As an issuer or capital raiser, you are competing for investors capital. Investors will consider many variables in their investment decision, but increasingly, to stay ahead of the competition you need to add liquidity to your offering.

Attract investors in a funding campaign

Keep shareholders engaged

Peer-to-peer trading in a self-service model; participants bid and sell when they like, based on market demand. Issuers support this facility by providing continuous disclosure information to the market.

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This market operates as a trading event or auction. These events open, and then close, within a defined period. Customisable, this market is suitable for shares, units, commodities or other proportional investments. There are a range of parameters we can adjust, including price floor/ceiling, timing of bids/offers, seller eligibility, existing/new buyers and intervals.

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See how the continuous and periodic markets compare side by side.

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The market is continuously available with no specific timeframe giving investors access to trade their assets anytime, anywhere
The market is available at set times during the year, with the frequency and scheduled availability set by the Issuer
Continuous market access results in uncoordinated opportunities becoming
available at unspecified times often resulting in thinner market depth
Limited market access that is predictable often concentrates interest in the scheduled liquidity event often resulting in deeper market depth
Continuous disclosure required
Disclose only during the auction period

Can choose the timing to suit

Potentially lower costs due to limited disclosure periods
Convenient for investors who have a level of urgency to liquidate their position
Inconvenient for investors who have a level of urgency if the next auction is some time away
Fair, orderly and transparent
Fair, orderly and transparent
Peer-to-peer trading
Trading via the auction framework, with control and settlement via a principal (usually the Issuer)
Price is determined per trade,
between the individual buyer and seller
The auction algorithm determines a single clearing price that represents the highest price for buyers and the lowest for sellers, and the level at which the most trade volume will occur, and the least trade volume left unmatched

How the Periodic Market works in practice


Proficiency and professionalism on the Syndex platform

Our liquidity options work in conjunction with our investment management module and the investor portal. This integration offers efficiencies that reduce administration and errors, and enhance customer communication.

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We can guide you through the various market options to ensure you get the best outcomes for your business. Getting started involves a few decisions on parameters and handing over your data - we do the rest!

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