LIQUIDLY Infrastructure For Illiquid Assets

Liquidly is a financial technology company that enables liquidity for illiquid assets via a seamless marketplace.

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Currently, over $11.7 trillion is
invested in private funds

Private Market Assets Under Management, H1 2022 ($ billion)


$2,016 $849 $344 $80

Venture Capital

$1,068 $201 $1,201 $109

Real Estate

$854 $368 $177 $62

Private Debt

$829 $362 $91 $51

INFRASTRUCTURE & Natural Resources

$640 $394 $118 $122


$494 $109 $525 $91


$388 $57 $71 $19

North America



Rest of World

Sources: Preqin, McKinsey & Company - 2023

The illiquidity paradigm for these
private funds is outdated


The secondary market for private fund assets has grown over 2x in 4 years, however, the market structure remains inadequate to support broad participation by investors and managers.

Global Secondaries
Transactions ($ billion)

Sources: Setter Capital, 2023

Liquidly is building infrastructure for these locked-up funds to facilitate a secondary market commensurate to the assets under management.

FUND MANAGER Streamlined process = less effort and less risk Flexibility to structure vehicles with longer lock-up periods Access to data on market activity Centralized venue to permission and view trading activity BUYER INVESTORS Access to assets permissioned by Fund Managers Technology-enabled features to improve execution Ability to indicate interest in buying assets Standardized diligence materials furnished on platform SELLER INVESTORS Fund Manager-approved process Access to network of prospective investors Standardized commercial terms to improve execution Ability to respond to buy-side interest in specific assets WHY LIQUIDLY ?

For Fund Managers

Secondary Liquidity

Option for liquidity differentiates Manager as a cutting-edge fiduciary

Capital Raising

Managers convert traffic in the secondary market to capital raised.
For HNW pools liquidity will be top-of-mind

Fund Structures

Liquidity infrastructure allows Managers to structure longer-lock or permanent capital vehicles