A secondary offering is the sale of a large block of previously-issued, privately-held stock, which actually requires registration with the SEC, but does not raise capital for the company which issued the shares originally.
A secondary offering is a non-dilutive sale of existing shares which were previously held by one, or a few, investors. The proceeds of the sale go to the sellers of the shares and not to the company which issued the shares.
When a block of securities big enough is sold in this manner, it does require registration with the SEC. This term is often used mistakenly in the place of a Follow-On offering, which is a new issue of shares from the company which initially issued the stock.
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