Why Banks Can't Ignore Crowdfunding Anymore - Unprecedented Move Into IPOs
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) started, as the name suggests, as an opportunity for the public to invest in companies listing on a stock exchange. IPOs have since drifted slowly but surely away from the general public and into the hands of institutional investors and investment banks. However, the tide might be about to change. It is time to bring the Public back into IPOs.
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