Jasper’s Secondary Market is now LIVE
We are pleased to announce an exciting new update to Jasper's investment platform with the public launch of the Jasper Secondary Market.
Historically, investors in private commercial real estate funds have typically had their capital tied up for 5-10 years. Jasper's revolutionary Secondary Market now provides investors with the opportunity for early liquidity by matching and settling transactions between buyers and sellers of units.
Sellers can seek to sell their units through the Jasper platform at a time that suits their investment horizon. Investors have control and flexibility over their preferred unit price (within a defined range) and the proportion of their holding they wish to sell. No other Australasian platform offers this revolutionary user experience.
Buyers review and evaluate commercial real estate opportunities on the Secondary Market, including comprehensive reporting and data on each fund and asset. Investors may also have the option to opportunistically purchase units at an attractive price relative to the latest net asset value (NAV), depending on selling activity.
We have initially opened the Secondary Market for the Industrial Income Plus Fund (wholesale) and intend to open the Secondary Markets for other Jasper-operated funds in the near future.
If you are interested in understanding more, please read our FAQ here or simply reply to this email to set up a time to discuss further.
Liquidity Not Guaranteed. Jasper offers Secondary Market functionality on its platform, however, there is no guarantee that you will be able to exit your investments on the Secondary Market or at what price an exit (if any) will be achieved. The Secondary Market that Jasper operates is not licensed and is simply a facility to match buyers and disposers of financial products issued by Jasper.
Not suitable for retail investors. The Industrial Income Plus Fund is only available to certain qualifying investors who do not require disclosure under Part 3 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013. You should read the information memorandum and quarterly reports before making an investment decision. Ask questions, understand the risks that exist & seek advice from a financial advisor.