Venture and seed investments are investments in companies that are either startup or early stage companies. Common to these investments are that they are typically associated with a high risk with similar growth potential.
The investments are typically made because of the company’s need of capital to grow and expand its business. Therefore, venture and seed investments are typically made on special terms, which are often very specific tailored to the specific investment. For example, the investment may be conditioned on the company having to use the capital for certain specific purposes or the investment being paid out as specific milestones are achieved. It may also be that the investor depends on being allocated shares in the company, which are granted some special preferences (preference shares).
Samar Law provides advice on all aspects of venture and seed investments. This applies:
- Preparation and negotiation of the initial transaction documents such as the Term Sheet/Letter of Intent and Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
- Preparation and negotiation of the Investment Agreement.
- Preparation of the Shareholders’ Agreement.
- Implementation of the investment and the associated registrations with the Danish Business Authority.