Private Transactions Undergo Transition to Process Trust

Private transactions have since long been conducted directly between the transacting parties – for example, the investor and a private company. This process has largely been manual and cumbersome, and a large amount of diligence has had to occur in order for the parties to trust one another enough to undertake the deal. We’re seeing part of this transaction be made much more efficient by the transition to process trust.

There are different types of trust and therefore, diligence needs in a transaction, effectively at least: 1) the diligence on the actual investment merits, Ex.: Is the private company and its plan an ...

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