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Carine M. Schneider

CarineCarine M. Schneider, FGE, is an accomplished author and leader in the private market and global compensation industry. Since receiving her degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of California, she has served many management roles within the equity management space. Currently, Carine spearheads Astrella’s ownership tracking solution as President. She is the founder of the highly-regarded Global Equity Organization (GEO) and serves as a board member for Professional Business Women of California (PBWC). As a prominent voice in the industry, Carine has had the honor of speaking at President Obama’s Global Entrepreneurial Summit. Her first book, “The Democratization of the Private Market,” was published in 2021.

Her specializations include international stock plan design, SaaS consulting, private marketing funding, communication, secondary transactions and much more.

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The Women’s Venture Capital Summit

The Women’s Venture Capital Summit

Carine Schneider was invited to speak at the Women’s Venture Capital Summit.  It was a dynamic, two-day conference designed to forge valuable relationships between senior-level women in venture capital.

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An Innovator | Carine M. Schneider

Carine M. Schneider still remembers the first conversation when she decided to build Astrella. “When they say “we drew it on a cocktail napkin,” I really did do that. I had a vision on how we could build an ownership tracking system while integrating services and solutions from other providers in our ecosystem,” she elucidates. … Continue reading An Innovator | Carine M. Schneider

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3 Challenges in Growing the Private Market—and the Opportunities They Create

The private market is often considered an exclusive club. While it may tout accessibility for everyone, only those with substantial personal wealth or connections can reliably find their way in through a secret door. In fact, there are many qualified “accredited investors” who don’t realize they can participate in this asset class, because they do … Continue reading 3 Challenges in Growing the Private Market—and the Opportunities They Create

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The SEC Thinks the Lack of Transparency in Private Markets Is a Risk to Investors. The Commission Wants That to Change.

Industry experts talk about what’s next for private companies now that transparency is on the top of the regulator’s mind. November 08, 2021 Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg Founders, many of whom want to avoid the scrutiny of public markets, are choosing to stay private for longer than ever. Yet with a record amount of cash locked up … Continue reading The SEC Thinks the Lack of Transparency in Private Markets Is a Risk to Investors. The Commission Wants That to Change.

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