Institutional Equity Finance
Companies sell stock for a number of different reasons, including funding internal growth, accretive acquisitions, recapitalizations, reorganizations, or buyouts of large shareholders. A company might want to clean up its balance sheet by getting rid of expensive debt or expand its institutional ownership by monetizing large restricted stock positions.
For publicly-traded companies, depending on the then current market conditions, a more traditional underwriting might not be available or a viable alternative, or a private financing might be a more attractive option than a public financing from a pricing standpoint.
Our deep experience and market intelligence with respect to the equity capital markets enable us to quickly get up to speed on which structures, investors and terms are the best fit for a specific client issuer, based upon the company’s size, capital structure, trading dynamics (if applicable) and existing institutional ownership. This efficiency in matching sources and uses of equity capital enables Reedland to achieve superior results for our client issuers and the institutional investors we work with.