Private companies, meet private capital

What counts as a private capital company?

A private capital company (PrvCap) could otherwise be described as a small or medium sized business (SMB), small business enterprise (SBE), private company, or middle market company. The defining factor of PrvCaps is that in addition to any of those labels, they are seeking growth capital or outside financing.

Private companies do not list their securities, usually equity, on a listed exchange. They are not regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

What’s private capital?

Private capital is money that is not invested in the public markets. The same types of securities sold in the public markets are also sold in the private capital markets, but there is a lot less disclosure required in the private markets. In private capital transactions, issuers are not allowed to defraud investors, but investors are expected to do their own due diligence.

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Reach more investors than you ever could with traditional financial institutions. In the private capital marketplace, you can reach a global pool of investors to fund your business. Easily share your data and enjoy a faster funding process. You’ll be supported all the way by NGC’s expert team that actively markets your business and connects you to interested investors.

We’re breaking down barriers in the global private capital marketplace, so you can get ahead.

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