Liquidity Event/Exit Event

Liquidity Event/Exit Event defined: A liquidity event (also known as an exit or exit event) is a term that describes several possible events that allow initial investors of a company to cash out a portion or all of their investment. A liquidity event can take place in the form of an IPO or a merger/acquisition with/by another company.

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