Initial public offerings (IPO) are normally used to raise fresh equity capital from the market. This happens only when the company forays into the market for the first time. At the same time, founders of the company or private shareholders or private equity investors also use this method to divest their holdings in the company either wholly or partly depending on the market conditions. This allows them to monetize their investments made in the company over a period of time.
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