Raise Capital Networking

Raise Capital Networking

Here at Prospectus LLC, we have an expansive network of broker dealers and potential investors that can aid in an entrepreneur’s journey to obtain funding. There are many considerations to take into account when determining the appropriate investors or institutions to approach for raising capital. Such determinants could be the type of market and its risks, the company’s position, the desired amount of capital, and the specific business type.

Below is a list of funding sources in our network:

  • Accredited Investors
  • Angel Investors / Groups
  • Banks
  • Consortia
  • Corporations with Venture Arms
  • Crowd Funding
  • Economic Development Agencies
  • Experienced Investors
  • Family Wealth Managers
  • Friends, Family and Pools
  • Foreign Investors
  • Fund of Funds
  • Hedge Funds
  • Industry Associations
  • Investment Banks
  • Merchant Banks
  • Mezzanine Debt
  • Mutual Funds
  • Pension Funds
  • Private Investors
  • Private Markets
  • Private Placement
  • QIBs (Qualified Institutional Buyers)
  • SBIR
  • Sophisticated Investors
  • University Seed Funds
  • Venture Capital
  • 144A, Reg S, Reg A, Reg D

The type of investors a startup would approach vary greatly from an already established corporation. As an example, a business that wants to raise hundreds of millions of dollars will most likely not approach relatives, friends or other individuals. On the other hand, a startup looking for a more modest investment in the thousands will most likely not approach private equity or hedge funds. Pre-determining the type of investors a business will approach can save precious time and resources. As a business grows, however, the list of approachable investors expands to bigger entities such as banking institutions and large funds.

While there are a wide range of potential investors in one’s own country, there are also others across the globe. As we know, when raising capital domestically, a business has to follow both local and national regulations regarding the issuance of securities. However, when obtaining funds internationally, there is an entire new set of laws that must be followed. It is always wise to ensure that your company is complying with international law when raising capital internationally. When seeking funding from another country, a business should make sure that their offering documentation is written with both local and international securities laws in mind. If not, the process of obtaining funds can become complicated, and it can raise further issues.

Note:

Prospectus LLC does not engage in the actual sale or dealing of securities. As a result, we do not take compensation for the successful issuance of any debt or equity. We do not directly assist in the raising of capital for any of our clients, and we do not receive any subsequent payment. The networking that we provide is simply a considerate gesture.

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