Private Investment in Public Equity
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Private investment in public equity (PIPE) is a financing technique used by small to midsized public companies which allows accredited investors to purchase shares of common or preferred stock at a discount. PIPEs enable smaller companies to raise capital at minimum cost and time, usually with little associated regulatory issues. Traditional PIPEs involve the sale of stock at a set price; Structured PIPEs involves the issue of convertible debt.
Available Positions Related to Private Investments in Public Equity: