Frequently Asked Questions
Investors of the Private Capital Markets
The legal requirements for accredited and institutional investors to be eligible to trade on Hg Exchange.
How to create / open an account on our platform.
A quick guide on how to buy or trade shares on our platform.
The minimum investment amount required to invest via Hg Exchange.
A summary of the types of equity available on the Hg Exchange platform.
Learn about the pricing structures and methods behind the shares available on Hg Exchange.
The fees involved in trading or buying shares on Hg Exchange.
Available information and details about the companies you are interested to purchase the shares of.
How the shares are transferred from seller to buyer and how you may view the transaction and document of shares ownership.
What happens to your shares if the company goes through an Initial Public Offering (IPO) or a merger and acquisition (M&A).
What voting or information rights are transferred to me when I invest in a private company on Hg Exchange?
The rights you may hold after you purchase the shares of a private company on Hg Exchange.
Learn why you have issues with login and what you need to do to start trading on HGX
How to start listing / selling your shares on Hg Exchange.
The minimum value required to issue or list your shares on the platform.
The fees involved in issuing and selling your shares on Hg Exchange.
What voting or information rights are transferred to the new investor(s) when I sell my shares on Hg Exchange?
The rights you will transfer after your shares have been sold to a new investor.
I own shares of a private company. Can I sell them on HGX? What type of shares does HGX accept?
A quick look on how to determine and set the selling price of your shares.
How to create / open an account on the platform to sell your shares on the platform.
Financial Institutions and Representatives
The requirements for financial institutions to qualify / to be eligible to be a member of the exchange.
How your financial institution can apply to become a member.
The membership fees financial institutions have to pay to become a member of Hg Exchange.