Tech Deal Series - Capital Raising - VC Term Sheets

A walk-through of venture capital raising deal terms for high growth tech companies, providing key insights for founders and investors.

What's it all about?

This session will explore market practice, common issues and potential pitfalls of raising venture capital for high-growth tech companies. We will share our insights from working on both sides of deals. This event is aimed at founders, angel investors, venture capitalists and other investors. We’ll cover:

  • Negotiating the term sheet
  • Series A deal terms, including:

Investment and valuation (pre-money/post-money) 

Preference shares

 Anti-dilution 

ESOPs and how to account for them

Board appointments and decision-making powers

IP Protection including restraints of trade

Shareholder agreements

  • Regulatory considerations

For founders this is an opportunity to understand the key features of venture finance and put your best foot forward with potential investors. For investors this is an opportunity to get insights into current market practice.

 

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Monday 27 Jul
12:30pm - 1:30pm

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Speakers

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Steve Nightingale

Partner

Steve’s practice spans M&A, capital raising, employee equity and other corporate law matters. He is an active angel investor and a member of Angel HQ, New Zealand Private Capital Association and Institute of Directors. Steve has completed executive education in venture capital at University of California, Berkeley, and in M&A and corporate finance at Melbourne Business School. Steve is recommended as a leading lawyer by IFLR1000.

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Emma Geard

Solicitor

Emma advises on a range of corporate and finance matters including corporate structuring, corporate governance and compliance and capital raising. She has experience advising start-ups, tech companies and financial institutions.

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Amy Cunniffe

Senior Associate

Amy advises on a range of corporate and commercial matters and has experience acting in mergers and acquisitions and the start-up and tech sector.

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