Liquidity Event Administration

    • Customers experience with the management of liquidity events
    • Investor meets required equity needs
    • Multipurpose platform
    • Analyze liquidity scenario and finalization
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A liquidity event is a merger, acquisition, initial public offering (IPO), or other action that allows founders and early investors in a company to cash out some or all of their ownership shares.

ESOP is designed to deliver an unexceptional customer experience with the management of liquidity events by unlisted companies embedding their needs and priorities on ESOP. A liquidity event is a form of exit strategy by private equity firms. Reasons for liquidity events can be legal reasons, and the profit target is reached, loss prevention, etc.


  • A liquidity event allows company founders and early investors to convert illiquid equity into cash through events such as an IPO or direct acquisition by another company.
  • Investors who back a start-up expect to be able to take their money out within a reasonable amount of time.
  • While most investors favor liquidity events, founders may not be so eager if the event means diluting their holdings or losing control of their company.

It is an excellent platform that enables you to create and save multiple scenarios around the number of funds available. other positive aspects are-

  • Event planning
  • Analyze liquidity scenario and finalization 
  • Real-time dashboard for employees and company
  • Employee communication and tracking
  • Liquidity exercise and fund allocation 
  • Payout  and event closure 

A Liquidity Event is a merger, acquisition, initial public offering (IPO), or other events that allow founders and early adopters to attract investors to a company and collect part or all of their ownership interests.

Liquidity management, which is the operative process of monetary policy, attempts to ensure sufficient liquidity in the system so that all productive sectors of the economy have sufficient credit available. 

The best time to perform liquidation is when business is booming, and risks are minimal.

RBI handles liquidity and ensures economic stability by offering banks an opportunity to lend money via repurchase agreements or Repos or to lend to the RBI via reverse repo agreements. The finance department of RBI handles day-to-day liquidity management.


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