liquidity event


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liquidity event

n
(Stock Exchange) the ending of an investor's involvement in a business venture with a view to realizing a gain or loss from the investment
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He started a financial services business focused on preparing companies for a major liquidity event including capital raises, bank re-financings and/or acquisitions.
Assume a hypothetical "Internet company" is aiming towards a liquidity event.
AR Capital, LLC has completed its previously announced full-cycle liquidity event for its sponsored program, American Realty Capital Healthcare Trust, Inc.
Frequently, the impetus for a liquidity event in the non-traded REIT market is related to personal financial hardship experienced by the investor.
You might think the response wouldn't create a liquidity event.
Taking data from Companies House, the Barclays report works on the basis that the driving force behind a partial or full change of shareholding in a growing company is likely to be a liquidity event.
The Board has also cancelled all management and director options related to Duluth Metals Limited, which otherwise would have vested upon the liquidity event.
The topic is: "Alternative to a Liquidity Event with an ASC Company or Health System.
Following the liquidity event and prior to the beginning of the 90-day preference period on August 11, 2008, Circuit City had paid virtually all of Russellville's invoices much later, from 44 days to 51 days after invoice date, for an average days-to-pay of 46.
Investor put rights have been around venture transactions for years for the express purpose of providing a way out of an investment with no liquidity event in near site.