Property Partner gets first multilateral trading facility license

January 20, 2019
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When it comes to un-listed early stage firms and traditional illiquid assets, liquidity is still a topic of debate regarding both. Property crowdfunding platform, Property Partner, claims to have the perfect solution for individuals investing in property assets through the Property Partner website.

Property Partner is reporting over £30 million in shares of residential, student and commercial property have been traded on its marketplace, representing almost 38% of the £80m equity raised – a significant percentage. Property Partner states that investors may choose to sell their securities at a price they select.

In January 2018, Property Partner reports it was granted the first multilateral trading facility (MTF) licence issued by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to a crowdfunding platform under the EU’s MiFID II regulations.

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