Can I value my convertible notes and warrants in Seraf?

Enterprise account holders have the ability to set valuations round by round, which means they can set new valuations for stock, notes, options and warrants to reflect their current value.

Professional account holders can also set a new valuation for a company or fund. However, only investments with shares of stock in a company or a fund can be revalued, while notes will continue to be valued at their original cost basis. Options and warrants do not factor into the portfolio valuation at all until vested or exercised.


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