I think you're confounding the issuance size of 15% of common shares with the approximate 15% price drop that you've witnessed. IMHO, in this case that's more coincidence as opposed to correlation.
The key factor I believe to be more relevant to the price drop is contained in the press release:
The Company has agreed to sell to the underwriters (the
This is entirely possible in principle. It would be a way to gain additional income on treasury shares, much as any holder of shares in a brokerage account can gain income by lending them if the broker allows.
Normally, treasury shares are something of an accounting cipher because they don't affect the number of outstanding shares or the value of the company....
Here are some web resources to understand AIUs for LLC employees:
An employee or service provider who is granted an LLC profits interest
receives a right both to the future profits of the LLC and the
appreciation in value of the assets of the LLC. At the time of the
grant, the profits interest holder is not entitled to share in the
I doubt it
It's hard to prove a negative, but the question on its face is almost a contradiction of terms.
Shares give you the ability to own part of the company so the concept of a company renting them makes little sense. For example, why would a company want to rent you the ability to vote on decisions it makes? You could vote to not have to return the ...