Sharework, previously known as Solium Capital, provides cloud-enabled services for global equity administration, financial reporting and compliance.The software helps companies collaborate, share, comply, trade, model, support decisions, create reports and control their plans.

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Parent CompanyMorgan Stanley
HQCalgary, CA
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Shareworks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Calgary, CA

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Shareworks Office Locations

Shareworks has offices in Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Mission Viejo and in 10 other locations
Calgary, CA (HQ)
600 3 Ave SW #1500
Montreal, CA
999 Maisonneuve Blvd W #620
Toronto, CA
150 Ferrand Dr #503, North York
North Sydney, AU
15 Blue St
Frankfurt am Main, DE
Platz der Einheit 1
Barcelona, ES
Travessera de Gràcia, 11, 6th floor
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Shareworks is a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley

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Feb, 2019

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Shareworks News and Updates

Equity Management Platform Market New Investment Opportunities with COVID-19 Impact by 2027 - Imagineer Technology Group, Koger, Preqin Solutions, Solium, TruEquity

The Insight Partners adds “Equity Management Platform Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis” to its store providing analysis of the current and future market competition in the market. Insightful review of the key industry drivers, opportunities, barriers and challenges. Each…

Morgan Stanley has acquired Solium Capital for $900 million (MS, SUM, CS, MER-K, GS, JPM)

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence "Fintech Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Banking giant Morgan Stanley has confirmed the acquisition of publicly traded share plan management software company Solium Capital for $900 million in cash, per …

Morgan Stanley buys stock plan platform Solium Capital in $900m deal

Morgan Stanley has announced plans to buy Canadian stock plan platform Solium Capital for $900m (£696.9m) as the firm targets millennial customers. The companies entered into a partnership with one another in 2016 for Solium to provide equity compensation plans for Morgan Stanley’s corporate clie…

Morgan Stanley to Purchase Solium Capital for About $900 Million

Morgan Stanley to Purchase Solium Capital for About $900 Million

Morgan Stanley to buy Canada's Solium Capital for $900 million in cash

Morgan Stanley said Monday it has reached an agreement to acquire Solium Capital Inc. ]s: ca:sum] in a deal with an equity value of C$1.1 billion ($900 million). Morgan Stanley will pay C$19.15 per Solium share in cash, giving it control of the Canadian cloud service for global equity administratio…
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Shareworks Blogs

Your Cheat Sheet for Avoiding Risk While Going Global

If you’re thinking about expanding your company’s equity plan, or are struggling with the complexities of managing a plan in multiple international jurisdictions, you don’t have to struggle alone. Because different regions require different regulatory guidance, there are a number of companies provi…

A Survival Guide to Running a Share Plan and Escaping the Weighted Average Time Monster

Running a share plan for your employees means constant communication with your shareholders and other key stakeholders. Important guidelines for your communications can be found in the accounting standard, which includes an IFRS2 Disclosure section on what to include in your annual report. This sec…

Five Things You Can Do RIGHT Now to Increase ESPP Participation

  Just like the holidays, employee stock purchase plan (ESPP) enrollment is right around the corner for most companies. And, if you’re like most companies, you’re likely pondering how to make this year better than the last. Success for most companies means participation, and participation requires …

Gender and Compensation at VC-backed Startups – Where Are We Today?

Compensation is the most intimate way a company can interact with its employees. For far too long, compensation managers and committees have operated behind closed doors, keeping pay guidelines shrouded in mystery. Developers with equal experience, performing at the same level, and huddled around t…

Are Direct Public Offerings the Latest Silicon Valley Disruption?

Among this year’s highly anticipated lineup of unicorn public offerings, one stood out from the rest. Following Spotify’s 2018 direct public offering (DPO) success, Slack became the second notable technology giant that opted for an alternative path to the public market, bypassing a traditional IPO.…

Stock Option Lending: The Fastest Growing Market in the Private Company Liquidity Toolbox

At this point, it has been incredibly well documented how private companies are taking longer to make the leap and launch into the public arena. Despite the recent run of IPOs that resulted in many of the biggest names becoming public companies, the number of unicorn companies has grown to over 400…
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Shareworks Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Shareworks founded?

    Shareworks was founded in 1999.

  • How many employees does Shareworks have?

    Shareworks has 1,004 employees.

  • Who are Shareworks competitors?

    Competitors of Shareworks include, Affirm and American Equity Investment Life Holding Company.

  • Where is Shareworks headquarters?

    Shareworks headquarters is located at 600 3 Ave SW #1500, Calgary.

  • Where are Shareworks offices?

    Shareworks has offices in Calgary, Montreal, Toronto, Mission Viejo and in 10 other locations.

  • How many offices does Shareworks have?

    Shareworks has 15 offices.