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|Investing In A Startup In Nigeria by Mariomadiba(m): 9:06pm On Jun 09, 2022|
Good day everyone
I have some questions for the financial experts or lawyers in the house.
Please what are the necessary details/paper works that has to be in place in order to invest in a start-up?
I’ve surrounded myself with some brilliant individuals and I would like to partake In their businesses. I am investing as an angel investor and according to the agreements (verbal), I’m entitled to a certain equity in the company and also a % based profit sharing formula.
After doing my due diligence about the business and market, I would like to know the necessary documentation needs to be in place in order to claim these benefits and have a rest of mind that my money is securely tied by a contract.
I don’t mind patronizing the service of a lawyer but I’d like the house to still tell me the things I should look out for and how it’s done.
I’d appreciate every input here, so this thread becomes a reference to future investors.
|Re: Investing In A Startup In Nigeria by Mariomadiba(m): 7:46am On Jun 10, 2022|
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