In the Margins

Regulators probe funds' procedures for valuing startups

November 18, 2015

By The Wall Street Journal

The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking more closely at whether mutual funds have proper procedures in place to accurately price shares of private technology companies amid signs the tech boom is wavering. The agency has been asking more questions about how large fund firms value startups and whether their process ensures an accurate estimate of a company's worth. Read the original story from The Wall Street Journal

 

 

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