In the Margins

Funds adding risk with startup investments

December 9, 2015

By Forbes

The Securities and Exchange Commission is getting involved in how mutual funds value their investments in pre-IPO startups, which have no daily market price. And while it may seem odd that funds are investing in illiquid pre-IPO securities in the first place, it makes sense when considering what’s happened to equity capital market regulation over the last 20 years. Read the original story from Forbes.



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