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OCTOBER 5, 2011 Knowledge Is Power: Convertible Note Financing Terms, Part II
In this installment, I’ll dig into the “how” by dissecting an example term sheet based on a real deal. This may seem like a no-brainer now that you understand the basic structure of a convertible debt financing. These deal terms are simple but significant. This paragraph is the heart of the whole deal.
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OCTOBER 21, 2011 Knowledge Is Power: Convertible Note Financing Terms, Part IV
To account for scenarios in which the startup is acquired before it has a chance to complete a priced equity financing round, most term sheets and deal documents contain a “ change in control ” provision. Invested Interests angel investment deal terms fundraising startups venture capitalMost would agree this is not a fair outcome.
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OCTOBER 26, 2011 Knowledge Is Power: Convertible Note Financing Terms, Part V
As we conclude our convertible note financing series, there are assorted terms commonly seen in term sheets and deal documents that are worth touching on briefly. It’s common to skip the questionnaire when dealing with “known quantity” institutional investors provided they are willing to make the representations in the purchase agreement.
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