Start-ups often worry that “if they have capital, there will be no operational leadership.” Equity allocation is not only a problem between the number of shares released and the company’s valuation, but also the art of negotiation between operators and investors. For start-ups that are potential stocks, if they can foresee the importance of legal issues related to equity planning, take precautions before they happen, and look to the future, they can naturally take into account the growth of the company's scale and the consolidation of operating rights.
Are equity planning really infinite possibilities?
In recent years, the amendments to the Company Law have added a "closed company limited by shares" company type, loosened the "no par share" regulations, and gradually relaxed some of the regulations on "non-public issuance of limited liability companies." Allowing the existence of gold shares and plural voting rights is an example. These amendments can make the organizational style and equity planning of new ventures more flexible, and at the same time reduce the risk of dilution of operating rights during fundraising. In short, under the current law, companies are given more possibilities for equity arrangements. Therefore, with more tools at hand, how the company achieves the most suitable equity plan will become more important.
Time: 2021/5/9 (Sun) 09:50-12:00
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