Standby Equity Distribution Agreement Investopedia

BOS assumes no obligation to publicly update or revise these forward-looking statements to reflect changes in its expectations or in the events, conditions or circumstances on which such statements may be based, or that affect the likelihood that actual results will differ from those set forth in the forward-looking statements. In the financial field, SEDA is a pending distribution agreement. This is an agreement in which a small listed company arranges the acquisition of additional capital by selling new shares without making a formal secondary market offer on the market. Under a SEDA, a financial undertaking undertakes to acquire privately a defined maximum of shares to be offered in certain lots (tranches) over a given period. The buyer receives the stock at a discount to the current market price (often 5 percent) and seda usually indicates a maximum share price that the company agrees to pay. . . .