Private markets are being democratized at an alarming rate, and the new entrants’ structures could be misleading. Time to cut through the noise.
Investing in private markets is no longer just for venture capitalists and private equity funds. But as demand for stakes in these companies grows, so does the overlap in who is investing, as well as calls for more consistent valuations.
A look at some recent people moves in the capital markets tech and data space.
Unlike in the public markets, valuations of so-called ‘unicorn’ start-ups might only be updated following funding rounds. What if investors want insights more frequently?
Beware the duty of care! Why a level playing field for responsible data sharing in financial services is essential
By Elise Soucie, associate director, technology and operations division, at the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (Afme)
Where will private market unicorns finish in the race between the public market tortoises and hares? ApeVue looks at data from the opaque private markets for answers.
As “work from home” becomes the new normal, Anthony explores his own anxieties and whether they mirror similar trends unfolding in the workplace.
ApeVue’s data shows that Blockchain.com and Kraken, both private markets, are down since April 1, which is in line with the broader crypto marketplace.
ISITC chair Kristin Hochstein explains the organization's position regarding the SEC's T+1 proposal.
This week, Tony and Shen rant about dealing with Covid. No tech here, folks. Merry Christmas!
UK Metropolitan Police family liaison coordinator, Risk Waters