Share placings are a common method of raising finance for a business that is publicly quoted. A placing often involves offering shares to city based institutions
This allows companies to raise finance at a favourable rate in a short space of time.
The percentage of equity ownership that shareholders hold is diluted by the secondary issue however the reason that companies raise additional funds is often for reasons of growth or acquisition meaning that this can be a very positive exercise.
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