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Asa Lieberman December 27, 2018
"Even at a more modest 20% hurdle rate, the Vision Fund will need to return almost $23 billion in realized equity value per year after the fund’s investment period. Including the annual interest payments, this equates to roughly the GDP of El Salvador every year over this period."Read the full report here.
Nat Disston March 22, 2018
With 160 IPOs in 2017, it is rare for a company's initial public offering to get as much coverage as Spotify's already has this past year. In many ways, however, Spotify deserves the attention. For starters, Spotify is a widely used consumer product that continues to exhibit impressive growth against deep-pocketed and experienced competitors (*cough* Apple *cough*). Many Spotify fans and cynics alike will be eyeing their listing and continued results as a public company. Secondly, Spotify's decision not to raise any capital and forgo a traditional Initial Public Offering in lieu of an Initial Public Listing has already made them stand out in the tech world. While Spotify's trailblazing attitude allows them to eschew Wall Street banks and save unnecessary dilution from a traditional IPO, it comes with its own bevy of risks, such as price discovery and liquidity once the shares are publicly traded.
That brings us to the third reason we're looking forward to this listing (one that has not been discussed much on the interwebs): Spotify, once again the black sheep of the tech world, appears to be welcoming trades of their private shares with open arms. EquityZen's mission is to bring private markets to the public, and Spotify's recent maneuvers—although intended to help them with public market price discovery—are further evidence of the blurring of the lines between the private and public markets.
Chuk Okpalugo August 03, 2017
|Source: Global Music Report 2017, IFPI|
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