Liquidity clauses

Liquidity clauses are provisions in a contract made between the shareholders and the provider that outline the terms of a liquidity event. Liquidity events refer to actions that allow shareholders to cash out on some or all of their investments. The liquidity clause takes effect when it is triggered by an event such as a merger, acquisition, initial public offering (IPO), tender offer, etc.

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