Do you own private company stock? Would you like to sell… at least some?
Join the club!
With the dearth of IPOs and the surge of new ventures, many of us hold private stock (or options) with no clear path to liquidity. On the flip-side, who wouldn’t love to get a piece of a hot new unicorn? What’s going on here? We can’t sell, and at the same time we can’t buy?? What the…
Here’s the problem. Private equity is woefully constrained by SEC regulations, transfer restrictions (the dreaded legends on the back of nearly every private stock certificate), and thin markets including crazy costs and severe discounts. Unlike their publicly-traded brethren, private stock is trapped in a painful conundrum vexed by the deep spell of illiquidity.
If you think about it, private securities laws affect a full spectrum of groups.
At Nth Round we are laser-focused on facilitating liquidity in private finance. We are on a mission. Using a SaaS model (and a bit of blockchain), we provide software that allows private companies to enjoy: 1) access to fresh capital, and 2) liquidity for shareholders. At the same time, our solution avoids all the associated costs by keeping your company completely private and in your control.
As one of our clients exclaimed, “Whoa. This is the first elegant solution that I’ve ever seen in private equity.” For a closely held company, an Nth Round means that all founders (or family members), investors (VCs), and key employees can buy or sell at least some of their shares anytime, without worry or hassle.
Stay tuned for more Nth Round posts as we show you how your company can create its own dedicated private market so that the shareholders you choose can buy or sell their shares to the buyers you select anytime: easily, efficiently, and with zero friction.
The world of private stock ownership is about to change forever. Get ready.
Graham is an entrepreneur with strong passions in finance and technology, especially software development, cyber-security, and blockchain protocols. After stints at TA Instruments and Savana, Inc., Graham joined Relay Network, where he served as product owner, managing priorities for a team of twelve software developers and test engineers. Drawn to finance, Graham then joined AJO Partners ($25B AUM), a top-tier quantitative investment firm, where he oversaw software development. Today Graham runs all aspects of Nth Round operations: from product development, to sales and marketing, to customer support.