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Out of the box thinking

8 April 2020 By Dasha Afanasieva

British companies are increasingly using funky structures to issue shares without having to give existing investors first dibs. Such deals raise cash quickly but can leave long-term owners facing dilution. Taboos broken in a crisis will be harder to restore afterwards.

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