Reverse acquisition / Reverse take-over

A technique used by a private company to go public without jumping through all the regulatory hoops that going public usually requires. The private company acquires majority ownership in a publicly listed company that has no assets or liabilities (called a shell), changes the company's name, and installs its management and board of directors.
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