The there are 2 options: 1. If an investor wants to convert to shares in the company, an independent register-accountant will be appointed to do a valuation on the business. Conversion will be based on this valuation. 2. For investors that don’t want to convert the loan agreement can be extended by 2 years.
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- What are the rights of investors once they have a share in the business (A certificate in the STAK)?
- Via which legal structure will investors convert to shares in a business?
- When I want to invest in a business, can I decide if I want to invest via a convertible loan, or invest via straight equity?
- What happens when a business I have invested in does not reach the set goal amount for the crowdfunding campaign?
- What happens when at the end of the duration of the loan, no follow-up investor invested and hence no conversion moment occurred?
- As an investor in a convertible loan, can I decide whether or not to convert my investment to shares in the business?
- How is the interest rate for the convertible loan set?
- What is the duration of a convertible loan
- When will I receive interest on my investment in a convertible loan?
- How much interest will I receive when investing in a convertible loan?