A GUIDE TO SECONDARY TRANSACTIONS
      - PRIVATE COMPANY LIQUIDITY


This article originally posted on the PwC Blog. Reposted here with PwC's permission.


Creating a win-win path to liquidity in the secondary market

The market for private company equity sales, also known as the secondary market, is a way for executives and other employees of private companies to liquidate stock in order to gain access to cash in the near term. Despite being an established market, the information available to buyers and sellers is limited and characterized by a lack of transparency.

Liquidity opportunities require significant due diligence and create considerations applicable to a company’s valuation, accounting, tax, regulatory requirements, legal and human resources. Are you looking to liquidate private company shares?

Take a look at the most important elements to consider on your path to equity:

 
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View the full report for A Guide to Secondary Transactions here.