Frequently Asked Questions
At Stableton we are aiming to reduce minimum investment amounts. The minimum investment is dependent on the investment strategies and can be found on the factsheets on our marketplace. In most cases around $ 5-10k.
Typically, our investments do not require you to sign any contracts. The products can be purchased directly in the bank deposit via a Swiss ISIN.
On the Stableton platform, you will experience a one-stop-shop for alternative investments. You can easily browse through various investment opportunities and gain access to superior strategies. By contacting our investor solutions team through the platform, investing in alternatives has never been easier.
You can get started as an investor on Stableton marketplace by joining the site – it is free to join and there is no commitment fee to use the platform. Once you are registered you will be able to browse through featured investments and begin investing. Investment products from Stableton can typically be bought at any Swiss bank. Instruct your bank’s relationship manager to buy a specified number of units for you accompanied by the following ISIN of the product. Often, the bank may need to set up the product in their system. To do so, simply forward the factsheet and termsheet to your relationship manager and copy email@example.com into the email (cc) so we can support you and the relationship manager.
We select investments and underlyings that we believe could be attractive to the Stableton investor base and put them up as investment opportunities for investors to subscribe to. We partner with best-in-class providers and fintechs (e.g., Deep Field Capital or Crypto Finance AG) to make verticals accessible and ensure the quality of the investment opportunities. We thoroughly review and conduct due diligence on every partner we bring on the platform.
The issuer is an independent financial vehicle with the only purpose of issuing certificates. At any point in time, assets (the underlyings) equal liabilities (the obligations from the issued certificates). As such, there is no issuer risk.Actively managed products would be wound down. The issuer’s directors would exit illiquid assets upon a liquidity event or if there is reasonable liquidity in the best interest of the certificate holder.
Late-Stage Venture Investing
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