Purchasing an IPO (initial public offering) was extremely difficult for individual investors, and acquiring pre-IPO shares was nearly impossible. Chances are if you were able to get IPO shares, the allocation was minimal.
Pre-IPO investing is an opportunity to own shares of a privately held company BEFORE their IPO is priced. If you want access to Pre-IPO opportunities, and you are an accredited investor, we can help.
Investing early can generate larger returns. Apple, Microsoft, Google and Amazon all have market capitalizations north of a trillion dollars. Returns from an initial public offering can often be significant, tempting investors to sell their entire positions or also known as “flipping” and never realize any real wealth. Investors that have pre-IPO access are more likely to take both short-term profits from an IPO and keep a portion on the table, commonly referred to as “playing with house money”. Investing in privately held companies before they go public can earn investors high short-term profits and yield a lifetime of returns.
Traditionally, investors have relied on best pricing, timing and allocation by when an IPO is priced; hoping to unlock the value of tomorrow’s publicly traded company today. Pre-IPO investors can access lower valuations and better pricing.
Our philosophy is this; if you are buying an IPO you already missed the train. We don’t throw darts at a board or invest in the idea of the day. We focus on one offering at a time: spending months identifying, vetting, negotiating and curating opportunities for our clients. Our strategy focuses on late-stage companies with a clear path to liquidity; investing in companies that are already household names before they go public and companies backed by the most experienced institutional and venture capital investors on the street.