Private Markets

Private Markets refer to the financial markets where securities and other assets not listed on a public exchange are traded. This category includes private equity, venture capital, private debt, and more. Transactions in these markets occur between private parties and can be customized to meet the specific needs of the involved parties. Private Markets are generally less liquid and have less regulatory oversight compared to public markets. Due to the complexity and substantial capital involved, participation in private markets is typically restricted to professional investors.

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