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Treasury Offering

Treasury Offering Definition

Treasury Offering refers to the sale of shares already existing in a firm's treasury. These securities are issued but not placed with investors, or they have been bought back from shareholders. These shares are not marked as outstanding in the company's financial statements. Selling treasury shares is a less expensive way for the company to raise capital and does not mean any extra debt. The downside to treasury offerings for existing shareholders is the dilution of holdings.








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