What Is the Equity Capital Market (ECM)?

The “equity capital market” (ECM) refers to the arena where financial institutions help companies raise equity capital and where stocks are traded. It consists of the primary market for private placements, initial public offerings (IPOs), and warrants; and the secondary market, where a variety of types of existing shares are sold, as well as futures, options, and other listed securities are traded.

Kensington UCITS ICAV is an established and well-known finance provider in the equity capital market division. Over the last five years, we have built solid foundations in the industry based on our ECM team's capability to identify solid opportunities for our clients. Kensington UCITS ICAV has a broad reach in the equity capital market division. This is due to the large number of financial experts with whom we network, which allows us to show our clients a greater number of profitable investment vehicles that will be great additions to any portfolio.

Our team of financial experts works hand in hand with each of our departments. This allows them to provide research, reports, and opportunities on a vast number of investment vehicles that can be incorporated into our clients' portfolios.

Kensington UCITS ICAV’s team of ECM traders share a wealth of knowledge and experience and are able to provide our clients with a wide array of alternative investments, including secondary offerings, IPOs, capital raising, and a wide spectrum of other opportunities. ECM trading is a great way to diversify your portfolio while minimizing risk, depending on the opportunity available. Some alternative investment opportunities are high risk, which may not be right for every investor. However, as with all of the services we offer at Kensington UCITS ICAV, your financial advisor will explain in detail all of the risks that come with your offered investment opportunities.

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