How is the sale price determined?
Sale prices are primarily influenced by the latest share price. The share price is determined by the latest valuation provided by each fund's reporting entities (the asset’s NAV).
Sellers choose the ask price using the last share price as a starting point. The ask price can be posted at a percentage premium or discount relative to the latest share price.
Ultimately, buyers and sellers determine the final price per share. Parvis suggests that you perform your own due diligence on all trades.
A seller invested in a 10 year project wants to liquidate their holdings. The recent Share Price of the fund they own is $10.50, the seller owns 10,000 units. The predefined range in which they can sell their units is set to 20%, allowing them to place a sell order between $8.40 - $12.60.