Pitchbook: On the secondary market, investors deal out tough love

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Private company employees have been hesitant to sell their shares in this market. Yet as the IPO market stays quiet, employee sales "will catalyze the market back again to start trading. We're just starting to see that now," says Phil Haslett, EquityZen Chief Strategy Officer. More from his conversation w/ PitchBook.



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