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Liquidity event

The way in which an investor plans to Close out an investment. For example, a Venture capitalist or Angel investor may look to an IPO or Acquisition as his/her Exit strategy. also called Exit strategy.

Related Terms: 14 Acquisition, Angel, Angel investor, Capital, Call, Cap, CLO, Close, Close out, Exit strategy, Exit, IPO, Venture, Venture capital
Other Related Pages: Category: Venture_Capital Starting With: L
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