GoDaddy TRA Termination

NEW YORK CITY, Nov. 8, 2022 / PRNewswire / — Parallaxes Capital Management (“Parallaxes”), is an alternative asset manager and, since 2017, has raised four funds dedicated to Tax Receivable Agreements (“TRAs”). As the market leader in monetizing TRAs, Parallaxes is dedicated to increasing the visibility and transparency of TRAs which remain an often overlooked and misunderstood asset class. In the vein of creating greater visibility into the TRA ecosystem, Parallaxes, is pleased to highlight a notable development in the market as GoDaddy Inc. (“GoDaddy”) previously terminated its TRAs.

GoDaddy disclosed that it paid $850 million to its TRA holders to terminate its TRAs. The GoDaddy TRAs provided for the payment of 85% of the savings realized from certain tax attributes, including savings from (i) certain depreciation and amortization deductions and (ii) net operating losses.

Parallaxes views TRAs, including the GoDaddy TRA, as a valuable tool to reduce certain moral hazard problems and informational asymmetry inherent in a company’s public offering. TRAs help ensure that pre-IPO owners are economically aligned with new public shareholders and incentivize pre-IPO owners to pursue an IPO structure that provides the company with ongoing tax benefits. Parallaxes anticipates enhanced awareness and understanding of TRAs will drive increased market adoption.

About Parallaxes Capital

Parallaxes Capital Management (“Parallaxes”) is the premier investment firm focused exclusively on monetizing Tax Receivable Agreements (“TRAs”). Parallaxes offers private equity sponsors, co-investors and management team members solutions to achieve liquidity, diversification and optionality from their TRAs. Parallaxes was founded in 2017 and is comprised of experienced investment professionals from leading private equity and growth equity firms. To learn more, please visit


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