The fundraising process consists of two parts: running the investment offer and collecting funds.
1. Running the investment offer
Raising funds on Fundy starts with submitting the funding application and creating your company profile and investment offer overview. Once you have done that, our evaluators will assess the investment offer and if all looks good, it will be ready to go.
An investment offer can either be private or public. Depending on which one you choose, you can either invite investors by private access or have your investment offer be public for everyone.
The next step is to approve investment indications and once the funding target is reached, it will be time to collect the funds.
2. Collecting the funds
After the round has been closed, the lead investor will send out investment proposals. Once the investors accept the proposals and have transferred the funds, these are collected and the paperwork can start.
The paperwork includes setting up the SPV, signing the shareholders’ agreement and registering new shares. When all this is done, the funding round is closed and Share/note/units are distributed to the investors.
Want to start raising funds? Get started by submitting the application.