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They explained it pretty succinctly. Grossly oversimplified: the bank is motivated to accurately price in order to preserve future business from e.g. institutional investors. Overprice and your investors bleed. Substantially underprice and you leave money on the table, less likely to be picked for future offerings. Come close and everyone's generally pretty happy.

I'd be keen to hear why you believe it's "just not right at all."

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