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One of the fastest-growing stock management platforms trusted by 9,000+ organizations, with over $22B in assets under administration.


Founder funded

High traction without any outside capital

Seasoned founders

Founder has driven another businesses to reach a 38x multiple*

Reinvested cash flow

Eqvista has reinvested 100% of free cash flow back into the business

Eqvista is becoming one of the fastest growing equity platforms on the market

Trusted by over 9,000 companies.

Platform adding 350+ new companies every month.

$25 Billion in AuA (Assets under Administration).

14X Revenue in the past 24 months alone.

Experienced team with proven expertise in scaling start-ups.

The problem

A number of private companies are still using spreadsheets to manage their captables

Companies are staying private longer driving them to look for the right private stock management solution. They’re currently typically poorly managed across multiple platforms with critical limitations.
  • Clunky spreadsheet captables still manage trillions of dollars worth of companies shares = accuracy issues and no transparent view into stock ownership.
  • There is no single marketplace for shareholders to sell their stocks = inefficient and illiquid.
  • As companies are staying private longer, they are in need of a stock management solution that reduces costs, increases accuracy, and removes the complexity of working across multiple platforms.
  • Aside from the top 1%, investors have traditionally had poor access to invest in private equity company shares.
The solution

A stock management all-in-one solution that simply works

Built from the ground up, Eqvista is now trusted by 35,000+ shareholders and 8,000 companies of all sizes and has become one of the fastest-growing private equity platforms on the market. Eqvista offers a more efficient CapTable management solution that allows for a faster & more efficient way to issue, share & manage private company shares.
The product

Striving to provide a fuller liquidity market for private companies

  • Primary stock issuance Will allow companies to fundraise and issue shares through the Eqvista platform. The global equity issuance market is a $9.8T industry, growing at 25% YOY.3
  • Secondary marketplace for potential liquidity – Will allow shareholders to potentially buy and sell shares on the secondary market. The secondary market reached $135B in 2021.2
  • Digital asset cap table – Will allow companies to organize their shares via blockchain technology.

Increased revenue 14X over the past 24 months.

Eqvista is the fastest-growing stock management platform in the $135 billion private equity market.

In fact, we have seen 14X revenue growth in less than two years!

We currently have more than 9,000 companies on the platform, and $25 billion in client equity under management with $4.2 billion in assets valued.

We are adding 350+ new companies and 1,600 shareholders to the platform every month.

Not bad for such a young company!
Business Model

Built on transactional and recurring revenue

Here's how Eqvista makes money:

  • $1,600 yearly subscription fee – We bundle CapTable, tax, and compliance products and sell them as a package.
  • 1.5% commission from primary and secondary issuances (once capability is live).
  • Striving to hit $20B in revenue by 2026 with these revenue streams.

We have an expert team with a proven track record

Driving Eqvista forward is a determined team with a proven track record in scaling companies.

In fact, our team has already built startups valued at over $67 million – and Eqvista is on course to far exceed that.

We are led by an expert team of more than 20 experienced professionals headquartered across the United States, Europe, and Hong Kong.

Additionally, we have also forged long-term partnerships with multiple law firms, VC firms, and other fintech SaaS companies.

Tomas Milar – Co-Founder & CEO

Tomas’ mission is to build a public stock market for private companies, pushing Eqvista to become one of the fastest growing CapTable management company on the market. Under his leadership, Eqvista has grown to $22.6 Billion AUA (Asset Under Administration). His goal is to develop a completely new market. Tomas is the founder of several successful startups across the US and Asia.

Colin Mc Crea - Head of Valuation

Colin has 7+ years of experience in valuation, taxation and audit for SMEs across the US and Asia. He is a CVA and specializes in IP valuation, waterfall analysis & OPM valuations. Colin is now with Eqvista for managing company valuation, corporate taxation, and equity management.

We are raising growth capital

Today, you have the opportunity to invest in Eqvista as we start our journey of expansion.
We are raising $5 million capital to enable us to develop more cap table features, create licensing, and launch our primary and secondary markets.

This is your chance to invest in:

A fast-growing tech company in an established industry with little competition.
There has never been a more exciting time to become a part of Eqvista. This is your chance to come along for the ride.

We look forward to welcoming you to our family of investors!
Into the details

Case study: Adrona Inc. - Mid-sized Company

The Problem:

Adrona Inc. was looking for a equity management platform to issue and distribute their shares to their employees with set vesting schedules.

Company profile:

Revenue $50 million with 350 employees (80 employees on ESOPs), valued at $750 million.

The Solution:

Eqvista provided a CapTable solution, ESOPs, and share distribution to over 120 shareholders for a yearly fee of $5,200.

The big wins:

  • Fixed errors in the client’s captable eliminating potential lawsuits and saving a considerable amount of money.
  • Distributed shares to employees and investors.
  • Identified and removed the client’s equity distribution and ensured accuracy.
  • Big performance gains for GPU enabled apps.
  • In house valuation analysts priced the common shares.

About Eqvista

Product out of beta
February 2020
Tomas Milar
Security type
Reg CF
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