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This replay was recorded on June 30, 2015.
About This Meeting
Not every company wants to be sold or go public (or can). So how do you provide liquidity while staying private? This webinar will discuss secondary markets, private investors, ESOPs, stock redemptions, and internal markets as alternative solutions
- How to provide liquidity for employee equity while staying private
- How secondary markets work
- How to use corporate redemptions and ESOPs as liquidity options
- How internal markets can provide liquidity
|Liquidity Options |
Jeff Thomas, NASDAQ Private Market
|Corey Rosen |
National Center for Employee Ownership
Corey founded the National Center for Employee Ownership in 1981 after working five years as a professional staff member in the U.S. Senate, where he helped draft legislation on employee ownership plans. Prior to that, he taught political science at Ripon College. He is the author or co-author of over 100 articles and numerous books on employee ownership. He has a PhD in political science from Cornell University. He currently serves on a number of ESOP company boards.
NASDAQ Private Market
Jeff heads up customer acquisition and business development at NASDAQ Private Market. Prior to NASDAQ Private Market, Jeff was vice president of business development at Owler, a crowdsourced database of private company information. From 2010 to 2013, he led SecondMarket's West Coast office as senior vice president where he was responsible for helping to create the largest market for private company stock. Previously, he was a vice president at Gerson Lerhman Group, a leading expert network, and a sales manager at Altera Corp, a programmable semiconductor company. Jeff received his BS in electrical & computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University with high honors. He holds FINRA Series 7, 24 & 63 licenses.