Mainline IPO

  • Definition: An initial public offering (IPO) of shares by a company that is listed on the main board of a stock exchange. Mainline IPOs are offerings of shares made by established and larger companies seeking to raise capital from the public markets. These IPOs are typically associated with companies that have a significant market presence, substantial operations, and a proven track record of financial performance.
  • Alternate Term: Primary Market Offering, Standard IPO