Best efforts offering, Accounting Basics

Unlike a rigid commitment providing where a price is set and a fixed monetary amount is predictable, the underwriter makes its best efforts to sell as many shares as likely at the initial offering price, and then adjusts the price as necessary to sell the rest.

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