Understanding investor overlap across late-stage private stocks

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.

Private market investors frequently have a clear concentration on particular industries or sectors when seen as a whole. Investment firms that have a superior grasp of the businesses and industries in those niches, whether it be software-as-a-service (SaaS), retail, supply chain, or any other industry, can leverage their knowledge to find interesting prospects.

Investments in the same or related firms may result from this as well. For instance, a group of businesses with a common interest in

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