At Fundy, our highest priorities are to build trust, transparency and community. For this, we want the investment opportunities to be of the highest possible quality, and to give potential investors an accurate and detailed perspective on the potential investment opportunity.
It’s important to understand that investing always involves risk, particularly with early stage and growth companies, and you should properly evaluate these risks before considering making any investment. We encourage investors and fundraising companies to read the Risk Disclosure Statement before deciding to proceed with any investment or fundraising.
The process of launching a company on Fundy*
1. THE FUNDRAISING COMPANY PROVIDES GENERAL AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Our Financial Analysts evaluate the financial information; our evaluation committee performs an overall evaluation of the company and the opportunity; and notifies the company if it is approved in principle for raising on the Fundy platform.
2. THE COMPANY DESCRIBES THEIR BUSINESS IN DETAIL.
Fundy reviews the information and presents it as a financial promotion.
*Simplified for illustrative purposes.
Evaluation of potential fundraising companies
When we on-board a new funding project, we work with the company to ensure the investment offer materials cover the key areas we believe are typically important for an investor considering an investment in an early-stage company. This process involves an in-depth review of:
Before making the information available to potential investors, Fundy follows an internal process to verify the factual information provided in accordance with our internal verification procedures. This means we take steps to ensure that the information presented is clear, fair and not misleading and presents a fair and balanced portrayal of the business. Investment offer materials should not be a recommendation to invest nor be considered investment advice.