This will depend on multiple factors, including your company’s current valuation along with what buyers in the market value your company at and are willing to pay. With our private market expertise we can help you to give you an idea of what your shares could be worth and what potential buyers may be willing to pay.
It depends on your company's policy. Some are supportive of secondary sales but may have restrictions including how many you can sell or have a right of first refusal if you do find a buyer. Our team will guide you through the process of finding out what restrictions or approvals process your company may have.
The timing depends on a few factors, including identifying buyers through our partner network, negotiating a price, and any approval or legal processes your company may require. We'll keep you updated throughout the process to make sure you're aware of all steps and timeline expectations.
We act as a broker for our exclusive network of secondary market partners and buyers. We are not a secondary market, nor are we the ones buying your stock.
Yes. We charge a brokerage fee for brokering a secondary sale for you. You are not charged anything if a sale does not happen. The exact charge depends on the terms of your sale.
There isn't a minimum deal size to work with Secfi, but many buyers on the secondary market do have a minimum transaction amount. Others may offer a better price for deals over a certain size. We can help you find a buyer or negotiate a better price by grouping you with other buyers at your company, though it's not guaranteed.
As a startup builder, you took a chance and worked hard to build something great. But, when it comes to managing your money — you shouldn’t leave it up to chance. Talk with one of our financial advisors to get a holistic review of your finances and assess if selling is the best strategy to meet your financial goals