If I am not mistaken any public offering is locked after "enough" entities have become shareholders (after a certain amount of money was invested/promised).

Therefore, locking a public offering is likely to be based on reaching a money celling rather then the reaching an amount of investors (so it doesn't matter if it's ten entities investing a 1000 USD or thousand entities investing 10 USD).

And yet, it is important for me to ask, are there any "special cases" in which a stock exchange public offering is aimed for a fixed number of buyers?



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