More efficient access to capital: Nxchange provides companies with fast and direct access to public capital without having to go through too complex and costly a process to obtain a listing.
Less dependency on traditional financial service providers: companies will be less dependent on traditional financial service providers. From now on companies will be able to directly obtain funding via Nxchange without the intervention of banks. Issuing institutions are no longer solely dependent on investment banks or brokers to issue securities. They can manage the issue of securities via their own network and communities. This means that companies that are in an early investment phase will also have other funding options than only through venture capital or private equity.
More understanding and loyalty from investors: investors and listed companies are in direct contact with each other. This ensures that the issuing institution will receive direct and fast feedback from the community. As a result, the model is more focussed on (long-term) financing and less focussed on day traders; however, daytraders are not excluded.
Offering shareholders liquidity: shareholders can trade with each other on a secondary market. Nxchange guarantees the safety and transparency of trading on this market.
Access to a new type of investors: Nxchange's trading platform offers the possibility to attract new types of investor who no longer simply seek (short-term) returns on their investment. Nxchange offers opportunities for companies that seek to finance long-term goals in the fields of medical technology, biotech (for example, the development of new medicines) or clean tech.
Capitalising on the community's investment: securities can be issued via Nxchange's centralised trading platform (www.nxchange.com). The platform can also be seamlessly integrated on the company's own website. This makes it easier for companies to attract their own clients, members or other (social media) communities, including less active investors, to invest in their company. As a result, the potential pool of investors that can be reached is much larger than is traditionally the case.