What Does a Fully Electronic Closing Mean to You?

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Remember when you went to the store, wrote a check at the counter, then immediately wrote down that transaction in your checkbook ledger? Of course, you do. You are also probably thankful for that mobile app on your phone telling you exactly how much money is in your bank account, showing you in an instant where it is going, while also allowing you to move money, sell stock and buy bitcoin. My how times have changed. Access, ease and transparency are just part of today’s expected business processes.  Or are they?

Now, think of the last private equity transaction you executed. How were those docs executed? Did you sign them physically or electronically? Where did you store them? Did you wire funds or send a check? How did you record the transaction? How are you keeping track of performance? How much in time and fees did doing one deal actually cost you? If your answers to these questions involved a mostly manual process piecing together lack-luster software solutions with a lot of fees and time – welcome to private equity.  

It is more than a little ironic that those funding the greatest innovations of our future are stuck using processes dating back to the manual checkbook.

Among the many things we want to make easier and faster in private equity, closing a deal was right at the top. EVERYTHING involved in executing that transaction from uploading docs, to transferring funds (quickly and at a fraction of the cost of wires), and finally creating that entity to hold individual investors is all done within Venture360’s platform.

Don’t take our word for it.  Have a look for yourself at Try.Venture360.co

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