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The Next Evolutionary Stage of Private Capital Markets

Private capital markets are currently valued at $10 trillion, and yet technology in private markets lags the rest of the economy. Essential processes are manual and costly, requiring expensive human labour and taking time to complete. Globacap is modernizing the world’s private capital markets, through digitization and automation.

Globacap provides its software as a white label service to capital markets participants and focuses on three core areas: Private Placement, investment into unlisted companies and projects; Securities Administration, the management of the register of securities, such as shares, bonds, and funds; and Secondary Liquidity when existing private securities are bought and sold between investors. In all these areas, the processes to date have been manual, labour-intensive, slow, and expensive.

“Technology has modernized all parts of our lives, it's time private capital markets caught up. We have automated the repetitive, low-value processes, the nuts and bolts of private markets transactions and administration, which frees capital markets participants to focus on higher value activity, while also speeding up transaction flow, and ultimately clearing the pathway to greater transaction volume”, says Myles Milston, CEO of Globacap.

Globacap has been able to digitize many of these processes with the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT). DLT differs from traditional databases in that there is the ability to build in execution code at the data level, enabling a static set of data to effectively be responsible for maintaining itself. For example, a share register can ensure its own integrity, monitoring its own restrictions such as holding periods, doing appropriate filings digitally when appropriate, and automatically completing additional steps for ownership changes such as issuing digital investment certificates. The upside for private markets participants is a massive decline in the level of labour input needed to complete basic operations, thus freeing-up capital markets teams to focus on more profitable activities.

This highly innovative approach has allowed Globacap’s whitelabel network of institutional clients to expand rapidly, and this has opened the door to another possibility. “We’re now taking a step further by connecting our white label clients together”, Milston explains, “creating a global, interconnected network of private capital markets venues.” The enhanced liquidity this move will allow all venues to enjoy is an extremely exciting development and one that gives Globacap’s approach to digitising private markets a unique profile today.

With a global roster of financial institutions already using Globacap’s technology to energise their private market operations, the future looks bright for Globacap’s secondary liquidity network. Major institutions including the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the largest exchange group in Africa, rely on Globacap’s private markets technology solution today.

By driving efficiency, Globacap’s technology could result in an acceleration in the growth of private markets globally, with greater transaction volume, and ultimately greater economic growth. Private markets are likely to remain at the epitome of economic dynamism in the years to come; by lowering transaction costs here, Globacap is actively blurring the line between private and public markets.

Private capital markets are currently valued at $10 trillion, and yet technology in private markets lags the rest of the economy. Essential processes are manual and costly, requiring expensive human labour and taking time to complete. Globacap is modernizing the world’s private capital markets, through digitization and automation.

Globacap provides its software as a white label service to capital markets participants and focuses on three core areas: Private Placement, investment into unlisted companies and projects; Securities Administration, the management of the register of securities, such as shares, bonds, and funds; and Secondary Liquidity when existing private securities are bought and sold between investors. In all these areas, the processes to date have been manual, labour-intensive, slow, and expensive.

“Technology has modernized all parts of our lives, it's time private capital markets caught up. We have automated the repetitive, low-value processes, the nuts and bolts of private markets transactions and administration, which frees capital markets participants to focus on higher value activity, while also speeding up transaction flow, and ultimately clearing the pathway to greater transaction volume”, says Myles Milston, CEO of Globacap.

Globacap has been able to digitize many of these processes with the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT). DLT differs from traditional databases in that there is the ability to build in execution code at the data level, enabling a static set of data to effectively be responsible for maintaining itself. For example, a share register can ensure its own integrity, monitoring its own restrictions such as holding periods, doing appropriate filings digitally when appropriate, and automatically completing additional steps for ownership changes such as issuing digital investment certificates. The upside for private markets participants is a massive decline in the level of labour input needed to complete basic operations, thus freeing-up capital markets teams to focus on more profitable activities.

This highly innovative approach has allowed Globacap’s whitelabel network of institutional clients to expand rapidly, and this has opened the door to another possibility. “We’re now taking a step further by connecting our white label clients together”, Milston explains, “creating a global, interconnected network of private capital markets venues.” The enhanced liquidity this move will allow all venues to enjoy is an extremely exciting development and one that gives Globacap’s approach to digitising private markets a unique profile today.

With a global roster of financial institutions already using Globacap’s technology to energise their private market operations, the future looks bright for Globacap’s secondary liquidity network. Major institutions including the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the largest exchange group in Africa, rely on Globacap’s private markets technology solution today.

By driving efficiency, Globacap’s technology could result in an acceleration in the growth of private markets globally, with greater transaction volume, and ultimately greater economic growth. Private markets are likely to remain at the epitome of economic dynamism in the years to come; by lowering transaction costs here, Globacap is actively blurring the line between private and public markets.

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The Next Evolutionary Stage of Private Capital Markets

Private capital markets are currently valued at $10 trillion, and yet technology in private markets lags the rest of the economy. Essential processes are manual and costly, requiring expensive human labour and taking time to complete. Globacap is modernizing the world’s private capital markets, through digitization and automation.

Globacap provides its software as a white label service to capital markets participants and focuses on three core areas: Private Placement, investment into unlisted companies and projects; Securities Administration, the management of the register of securities, such as shares, bonds, and funds; and Secondary Liquidity when existing private securities are bought and sold between investors. In all these areas, the processes to date have been manual, labour-intensive, slow, and expensive.

“Technology has modernized all parts of our lives, it's time private capital markets caught up. We have automated the repetitive, low-value processes, the nuts and bolts of private markets transactions and administration, which frees capital markets participants to focus on higher value activity, while also speeding up transaction flow, and ultimately clearing the pathway to greater transaction volume”, says Myles Milston, CEO of Globacap.

Globacap has been able to digitize many of these processes with the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT). DLT differs from traditional databases in that there is the ability to build in execution code at the data level, enabling a static set of data to effectively be responsible for maintaining itself. For example, a share register can ensure its own integrity, monitoring its own restrictions such as holding periods, doing appropriate filings digitally when appropriate, and automatically completing additional steps for ownership changes such as issuing digital investment certificates. The upside for private markets participants is a massive decline in the level of labour input needed to complete basic operations, thus freeing-up capital markets teams to focus on more profitable activities.

This highly innovative approach has allowed Globacap’s whitelabel network of institutional clients to expand rapidly, and this has opened the door to another possibility. “We’re now taking a step further by connecting our white label clients together”, Milston explains, “creating a global, interconnected network of private capital markets venues.” The enhanced liquidity this move will allow all venues to enjoy is an extremely exciting development and one that gives Globacap’s approach to digitising private markets a unique profile today.

With a global roster of financial institutions already using Globacap’s technology to energise their private market operations, the future looks bright for Globacap’s secondary liquidity network. Major institutions including the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, the largest exchange group in Africa, rely on Globacap’s private markets technology solution today.

By driving efficiency, Globacap’s technology could result in an acceleration in the growth of private markets globally, with greater transaction volume, and ultimately greater economic growth. Private markets are likely to remain at the epitome of economic dynamism in the years to come; by lowering transaction costs here, Globacap is actively blurring the line between private and public markets.

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