Private Company

  1. Misconceptions of Running a Private Company Tender Offer

    Thinking about returning liquidity to your company, investors or shareholders? We provided a list of the top misconceptions while running a tender offer.

  2. Fidelity, Nasdaq, and AngelList all agree on one thing: Cap tables need some work

    Buckle up. It’s time to discuss one of the most thrilling documents in the startup world: The cap table. I mean, come on: It’s all in there—shareholders, types of shares, dilution.

  3. The Future of the Private Market: Trends to Watch in 2020

    Public market volatility, as well as evolving regulatory and reporting requirements, have raised the barrier to entry to the public market, leading more private companies to pursue secondary programs.

  4. Want to Execute Your Own Liquidity Program?

    Less than a decade ago, many of these companies would have felt the pressure to go public. But with the Jobs Act of 2012 and changes in federal reporting requirements, many successful companies with high growth and high valuations are choosing to stay private.

  5. Q&A with Nasdaq Private Market on Secondary Sales of Private Company Stock

    In this Q&A, the Nasdaq Private Market team outlines the state of the private secondary market and details how they help facilitate secondary sales.

  6. Nasdaq Private Market: An Overview Of Restricted Stock Units

    As private companies continue to evolve and rapidly grow in size, retaining and attracting top talent has become increasingly challenging. What might a private company consider when offering restricted stock units (RSUs) as an equity incentive for employees?

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