We cannot transact in RSUs. All equity holdings must be converted to common or preferred shares and fully vested and owned by you in order to transact on the IPOGO platform.
It depends on the company and the provisions it has in place regarding employee stock options. Our deals typically do not require board approval.
IPOGO typically charges sellers a 5% fee when the transaction closes. Fees may be reduced for larger sales. The Placement Fee is paid to IPOGO Securities LLC ("IPOGO Securities"), our SEC-registered affiliated broker-dealer and member of FINRA. Where possible, your Placement Fee will be netted from the purchase price for your shares, which is held [...]
We use the last financing round of the company as a benchmark for the share price. Other factors that determine the price are publicly available information, investor demand, pricing history from past secondary transactions, etc. Typically, IPOGO works with the seller to determine price per share for each investment opportunity.
IPOGO only provides liquidity for vested shares. However, the liquidity can be provided in conjunction with the exercise of vested options.
IPOGO only provides liquidity for vested shares.
Shareholders of non-US based companies are able to sell shares on IPOGO on a case-by-case basis. In certain jurisdictions, it may not be feasible for IPOGO to conduct a private secondary transaction. Other reasons that may prevent the sale of these shares include, but are not limited to, company-specific transfer restrictions and limited publicly available [...]
Yes, non-US based shareholders are able to sell their shares on IPOGO! Please note, this is a case-by-case situation due to the transactability of these shares being dependent on approval from the issuer and on local laws. Shareholders are always able to update their holdings via their My Equity page by clicking the "Add Equity Details" button [...]
Typically, our investors are looking for investments in later stage technology companies with a profile of over $50M in VC funding from top quartile firms, Series C or later, with the objective of finding investments that may exit in the next 2-5 years. Not all companies on the IPOGO platform will achieve an IPO or [...]
IPOGO transacts only via company-approved Share Transfers.