Tag Archives: Convertible Equity

Understanding the Limits of Convertible Debt Seed Financing Structures

While Convertible Debt with a “kicker” of some sort (typically either in the form of warrants or a discount on the conversion price) was first used primarily as a structure for bridging companies between rounds of traditional venture capital financing, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Convertible Debt Valuation Caps

Convertible debt with an equity kicker – typically either in the form of warrant coverage or a discount on the conversion rice – is a common vehicle for seed stage financings.  As people on both sides of these deals have … Continue reading

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Convertible What?

For some time, now, convertible debt has been the poison of choice for seed financings by angel investors.  Basically, these deals involve the investor providing capital in exchange for a note that automatically converts into equity at a future financing … Continue reading

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