Key functionalities


    An online repository of secured, organized, and centralized corporate information, facilitating reinvestment and processes such as due diligence.


    Upload documents with unlimited storage, and share these with stakeholders of the company, with the option to target specific people to access them.


    Automate KPIs, track them, and provide information about them to stakeholders of the company. For investors, it facilitates the monitoring of company results periodically.


    Organize events, invite investors and other stakeholders, control confirmations, upload documents before and after a meeting, and manage pending tasks. For investors, it’s a way of organizing commitments through a single, centralized space.


    Compare companies with others within their industry through blind profiles. This better allows one to understand company results and to supports the decision to make new investments.


    Manage increases in capital, with the possibility of buying and selling and automatically updating shares when viewing your portfolio.

What is it?

An innovative platform which allows access to, and the management and publication of all relevant information on unlisted companies.

Who is it intended for?

The business activity of unlisted companies is interesting and opens new opportunities for a wide audience ranging from the companies themselves and private investors, specialist brokers, stock markets or value markets, and crowdfunding platforms to traditional banks. It is the latter which can leverage more opportunities in the short-term with the full transformation of the financial ecosystem.

What are the benefits?

With Private Investments Network, banks can offer new services.

To companies:

  • Custody: expanding its daily activity with listed companies managing a ledger to control the distribution of shares in unlisted companies.
  • Private market organisation: gaining market share from specialised brokers whose margins are very high, Private Investments Network promotes liquidity via the buying and selling of shares in a completely safe and compliant environment.
  • Corporate Finance: Private Investments Network allows the department to reduce costs and time involved in managing information about unlisted companies, optimising their role as advisors to their network of business banking clients.

To investors:

  • Management of unlisted company accounts: the bank manages the accounts of unlisted companies from Business Angels, Family Offices, and crowdfunding, companies etc. providing a better service and attracting new investor profiles.
  • New brokerage commissions: a new form of commission income on transactions in the private market thanks to a platform with the right tools.
  • Additionally, Private Investments Network optimises the process of risk assessment for corporate banking customers. All the relevant information necessary for analysing the company’s risk is centralised and automated, using API.

What requirements does it cover?

  • Traditional banks must adapt to new digital technology and offer new and more comprehensive services to their clients.
  • They need to have structured information about their business banking clients, because they are the ones seeking new business opportunities.
  • Private Investments Network represents an opportunity for the bank to present itself to its business clients as a trusted advisor offering innovative tools to manage their sources of financing.
  • Also, with the funding constraints arising from the Basel III Accord, the bank can position itself as a strategic ally of great added value in risk assessment for crowdequity and crowdlending operators.