May 29, 2013
Well all I have to say is spin off there was a time when mergers had high levels of consumers but then bit Shareholders of the parent company receive equivalent shares in the new company in order to compensate for the loss of equity in the original stocks thus, at the moment of spin-off, the ownership of the original and spun-off companies are identical. However, shareholders may then buy and sell stocks from either company independently this potentially makes investment in the companies more attractive, as potential share purchasers can invest in only the portion of the business they think will have the most growth.
Many times the management team of the new company are from the same parent organization. Often, a spin-out offers the opportunity for a division to be backed by the company but not be affected by the parent company's image or history, giving potential to take existing ideas that had been languishing in an old environment and help them grow in a new environment.
In most cases, the parent company or organization offers support doing one or more of the following:
I think eligible investors can read my commit and analyses ideas and strengthen the ant hill .