WSJ: Early Exit Pops Up in Secondary Market

Published

April 11, 2019

In a recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article, Nasdaq Private Market (NPM) was mentioned as an example of an industry player that has witnessed and experienced the trends of the booming private marketplace.

After describing how the PivotNorth $100 million secondary sale of the Chime Bank stake is an example of the increasing secondary activity from companies staying private longer, WSJ interviewed Eric Folkemer, Head of Nasdaq Private Market, about NPM’s record year of transaction volume in 2018 and what is contributing to that growth.

To learn more, read the article here.

 

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