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Selling shares for foreign shareholders and foreign companies
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Selling shares: Guidelines for foreign investors

Yes, non-US-based shareholders are able to sell their shares on EquityZen! Please note that this is a case-by-case situation due to the transactability of these shares being dependent on approval from the issuer and on local laws. 

Shareholders are always able to update their holdings via their Equity Holdings page by clicking the "Add Equity Details" button at the top of the page. If we are able to sell the shares and there is a potential Market Opportunity, an EquityZen Private Market Specialist will reach out to discuss the transaction process.

Please note that all deals are paid out in USD regardless of what country you are located in.

Can I sell shares of a company not based in the United States?

Shareholders of non-US-based companies are able to sell shares on EquityZen on a case-by-case basis.

In certain jurisdictions, it may not be feasible for EquityZen to conduct a private secondary transaction. Other reasons that may prevent the sale of these shares include but are not limited to, company-specific transfer restrictions and limited publicly available information on the specific company.

Shareholders are always able to update their holdings via their Equity Holdings page by clicking the "Add Equity Details" button at the top of the page. If we are able to sell the shares and there is a potential Market Opportunity, an EquityZen Private Market Specialist will reach out to discuss the transaction process.

Please note that all deals are paid out in USD regardless of what country you are located in.

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