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26th November 2020

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Company: Agripower Australia Ltd
Sector: Agriculture
Type: Secondary Trading
Description: Agripower is at the forefront of international research and development of silica based agricultural inputs and has ongoing worldwide crop trials demonstrating the application of Agrisilica fertilisers. These tests and trials have proven many positive benefits of using Agrisilica products for both soils and plants.

Agripower’s unique range of AgrisilicaTM fertilisers and soil amendments are produced in Queensland and sold both domestically and into export markets as an accredited organic agricultural input with applications across cropping, horticulture, orchards, lawns and turf.

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Company: SocietyOne
Sector: Financial Services
Type: Secondary Trading
Description: SocietyOne Founded in 2012, the Company has matched investors funds with over 24,000+ customers and with the support of strong shareholders has gone from strength to strength, evolving from a small online start-up to an industry leading scale-up.

SocietyOne continues to grow, recently passing $600 million in lending and now has a goal of reaching $1 billion in lending by 2020.

For more information about SocietyOne secondary parcels click below.

Company: NutraCare Life Ltd
Sector: Health and Supplements
Type: Secondary Trading
Description: NutraCare is an Australian-based infant formula and pregnancy health company and 50% owner of Shaanxi Nutracare. NutraCare is an Australian health and wellness company with an ambitious and clear vision – ‘to inspire a better, healthier world’

Products include:
  • Probio Plus Infant, Child and Adult
  • NutraCare Ancillary Products
  • NutraCare Infant Formula

Secondary Trading is where investors buy or sell (trade) shares (securities) in private/ unlisted companies. This trading differs from a stock exchange in that the secondary market deals with private unlisted companies rather than publicly listed ones.


Since the early 2000s, trading on secondary markets has grown rapidly. One reason for this is the trend for companies to stay private or unlisted for longer. According to McKinsey and Company, the average age of U.S. technology companies going public in 1999 was 4 years. By 2019, the average was 11 years.


Meanwhile, private investment in global technology companies has boomed in recent years, giving rise to the “decacorn” companies (privately held companies with a valuation in excess of $10 billion). Taking longer to go public means employees holding equity in an increasingly valuable company are often anxious to offload some of that equity to an investor looking for unique access to these shares. Shareholders ability to trade private unlisted securities has typically been limited – until recently...........


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