What is a Financial PIPE?

A Private Investment in Public Equity

By Staff Reporters



  • A private investment in public equity (PIPE) is a transaction in which a publicly traded company sells shares to accredited investors via a private placement.
  • In a PIPE transaction, an investor commits to buying a certain number of shares at a fixed price and, in exchange, the issuer provides a resale registration statement.
  • In a non-traditional PIPE transaction, the security price may be variable instead of fixed, and investors must pay before receiving the resale registration statement in return.
  • While PIPE transactions can be advantageous to both the firm and the accredited investor, most investors can’t participate, and the deal may dilute the shares of existing stockholders.
  • MORE: https://www.nasdaq.com/glossary/p/private-investment-in-public-equity
  • RELATED: https://medicalexecutivepost.com/2022/06/13/spac-v-direct-listing-v-ipo/



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