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Securitize partners with Onramp Invest

by Silvia Saccardi 27 March 2023

Digital securities tech provider Securitize has partnered with Onramp Invest, a digital asset wealth platform.

The partnership will add at least four of Securitize’s tokenised private equity feeder funds onto the Onramp platform, including Hamilton Lane’s Equity Opportunities Fund V, which was partially tokenised by Securitize on the Polygon blockchain

Securitize is a platform that digitalises the investment process into private equity vehicles, manages and issues shares, and provides liquidity options. It aims to improve investor access to the private asset class.

Onramp Invest is a digital asset management platform for financial advisers; practice managers can use the platform to onboard their clients onto digital assets.

"Securitize gives individual investors access to high-quality, real-world assets, such as private equity, and we are proud to partner with Onramp to extend this access to its community of financial advisers and investors," commented Securitize markets CEO, Jay Proffitt.

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