Friday, April 01, 2016

SEC fears ‘eye-popping’ start-up values

(FT) The head of the US market watchdog has warned Silicon Valley that the growing number of highly valued private tech groups — or unicorns — risks harming investors in ways that company managers have a duty to prevent.

Mary Jo White, the chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said her agency was concerned about the “eye-popping” valuations of some unlisted start-ups and the consequences for investors — including company employees — of the market overheating.

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