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Topic - Keating Capital Inc.
A famous piece of rock and roll history has changed its tune about going public.
Several columns ago, I touched on the improving health of the initial public offering (IPO) market, but noted that there were few ways for individual investors to participate early on. One of those ways would be to participate in a pre-IPO fund. I recently had an opportunity to speak with Tim Keating, founder of Keating Capital, a business development company that makes pre-IPO investments and offers individuals the opportunity to participate in those investments.