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Lockup

An agreement between investment bankers and the companies they bring public in an initial public offering. A lockup restricts the resale of shares owned by founders, employees, and venture capitalists immediately after the IPO. A lockup typically lasts 180 days but can last for a shorter or a longer period. For details, see a related FAQ.

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