Forge launches enhanced private share trading experience following integration of Forge and SharesPost marketplaces
Today, we’re excited to announce our integrated platform Forge Markets – combining the best of both the Forge and SharesPost brands – is now live. This is the final step in concluding the merger between Forge Global and SharesPost – and a critical step in creating a transparent, accessible and liquid private market ecosystem that benefits all who participate in world-changing innovation.
Through Forge Markets, those interested in experiencing the opportunities in the private market can trade shares in more of the world’s leading private unicorns. They’ll find robust data and deeper insights on private companies. And they can tap into our deep bench of experts to help navigate along their investment journeys.
Benefits of the New Forge Platform include:
1. Access to more private market opportunities in one place
Beginning August 8th, our combined company will be a leading platform for the private markets, giving our clients more visibility into the private market and more opportunities to participate.
2. Even more confidence in Forge as the private market leader
Given the depth of our combined private market experience and our scalable technology, Forge is a world-class partner committed to helping you achieve your goals. Our combined track record among satisfied clients speaks to our ability to continue to execute on your behalf.
3. Enhanced expert guidance from our Private Market Specialists
Our Private Market Specialists are at your service. Our combined team has a deep knowledge of private market dynamics and is here to listen to you, understand your goals and work with you on the best way to achieve your desired outcomes.
Our aim is to help all who participate in the private market economy accelerate destiny. And we hope that the combined power of the newly merged Forge platform helps accomplish exactly that.
For more details, visit Frequently Asked Questions regarding this announcement or contact your designated Private Market Specialist.
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The information and material presented in this article is provided for your informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer by Forge Global, Inc. Forge Securities LLC or any of its affiliates (collectively, "Forge") to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities and may not be used or relied upon in connection with any offer or sale of securities. An offer or solicitation can be made only through the delivery of final offering document(s) and purchase agreement and will be subject to the terms and conditions and risks delivered in such documents.
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Forge Securities LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Forge Global, Inc. Certain affiliates may act as principals in such transactions. Investing in private company securities is not suitable for all investors. An investment in private company securities is highly speculative, involving a high degree of risk, and investors should be prepared to withstand a total loss of your investment. Private company securities are also highly illiquid and there is no guarantee that a market will develop for such securities. Each investment also carries its own specific risks and investors should conduct their own, independent due diligence regarding the investment, including obtaining additional information about the company, opinions, financial projections and legal or investment advice. Accordingly, investing in private company securities is appropriate only for those investors who can tolerate a high degree of risk and do not require a liquid investment. To purchase unregistered, private company securities, you must be, at minimum, an accredited investor as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D.