The Legal Considerations in Business Financing: A Guide for Corporate Management
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... including equity securities such as common and preferred stock, debt securities, and convertible instruments.2 Thereafter, we provide an overview of ...
For example, closely held corporations tend to rely upon equity capital furnished by the founders of the business, unsecured long-term loans from one or ...
As the business is formed, capital will be provided by the founders in the form of equity and long-term unsecured loans, as well as by generating and using ...
Private Investors The company can raise equity capital through offerings to a variety of private investors. In addition to the initial founders of the ...
For example, an equity investment, particularly in common stock, provides the funder with the opportunity to share in General Considerations 5.
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Underwriting and Distribution Arrangements
Secondary Trading and Public Company Status
Private and Commercial Lending and Government Debt Financing
Liabilities and Remedies in Securities Transactions