Integrity And Transparency: What They Mean To Investors
Integrity and transparency are the cornerstones to how we communicate with our investing community, and Netshares is committed to providing clear and transparent communication to the financial community it serves.
Our goal is to help our clients make sound decisions in an increasingly complex world of business. That means ensuring that our clients have full and easy access to information. Investors need to understand the risks and opportunities prior to making an investment decision. Our relationships with the investing community is based on trust, integrity, and transparency.
Why Is Transparency Important?
Transparency greatly increases the success of both our issuer and investing clients. Investors need to perform due diligence on a company before investing, and a high level of transparency is necessary in order for investors to make a well-informed decision. A business with transparent and easily understood financial reports is more likely to attract investors and greatly improve their chances of funding success. If a company is not transparent in its disclosures, investors may miss important financial details that may lead to future problems for their investment.
Publicly traded companies are generally transparent compared with private companies. For example, listed companies are required to provide 10-Q and 10-K reports, which are quarterly and year-end financial reports, as well as 8Ks that provide important financial information and developments. Private companies, on the other hand, are not required to be as transparent, so comparing the finances of public versus private companies can be more difficult.
Netshares' platform provides detailed information about each investment to allow a potential investor to properly evaluate deals. In order to make a valid investment decision, investors will be provided with information that will allow them to evaluate a transaction based on its merits including:
- Company information
- Historical financial performance
- Risk Factors
- Capital Structure
- Fee Structure
- Management Background
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