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Latest news and insights

Advanced Subscription Agreements (ASAs): Bridging the Gap to Full Investment

Raising capital is one of the most challenging aspects of building a startup. Founders often set a target—say, £1 million—but frequently find that not all investors are ready to commit simultaneously. So, what should you do if you have some investors eager to invest now, but not enough to meet your total funding goal right away? This is where Advanced Subscription Agreements (ASAs) can be incredibly useful.

Wednesday 10 July 2024

A Reverse Vesting Quick Guide for Founders When Fundraising

Having a co-founder has many clear benefits but it also brings with it complex questions around the future and what if a co-founder wants to leave, and in particular, what should happen to a co-founder’s shares if they leave? One strategy that can help to safeguard a startup's future and ensure founder commitment to the cause is reverse vesting. In this guide, we'll explore what reverse vesting is, how it differs from traditional vesting, its importance during fundraising, and provide real-world examples of startups that have successfully implemented this mechanism to protect their interests whilst promoting long-term growth.

Wednesday 10 July 2024

Unlocking Millions: What Revolut's Employee Share Sale Means for Your Startup

Revolut, one of the UK's leading and most valuable fintech companies, is reportedly preparing to enable its employees to sell shares worth hundreds of millions. The estimated $500 million secondary share sale will be coordinated by investment bankers at Morgan Stanley.

Wednesday 10 July 2024

A Founder’s Handbook to SEIS and EIS: Practical Points and Application Process (Part 2/2)

Welcome back to our two-part series on the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS). We will dive into the practical aspects of accessing SEIS and EIS, including the application process, the differences between applying for Advance Assurance before fundraising and submitting Compliance Statements after fundraising, and tips to ensure your startup is eligible for SEIS/EIS benefits. We also outline the expected timelines in the process, what to expect from HMRC, important considerations and risks, as well as practical tips from our experience with our clients.

Wednesday 10 July 2024

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