Equity Essentials: Cap Table Principles and Due Diligence

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When:  Feb 21, 2024 from 07:00 to 08:00 (MT)
Associated with  Carta Collective
Online Instructions:

 

As a founder, knowing how to approach your cap table in the context of fundraising and due diligence processes will help you avoid catastrophes that slow down funding rounds and transactions. 

Understanding your company’s cap table is crucial to building a successful business. By ensuring the foundations are solid early on, you can prepare to scale smoothly in the future. 

Join us online on Wednesday 21st February, 2pm GMT for  Equity Essentials: Cap Table Principles and  Due Diligence.

Carta’s Nicholas Richards, and Marriott Harrison LLP Partner, Fran Spooner, will join forces to discuss: 

  • The economics and control of a cap table 
  • What’s not written on the cap table 
  • The sweet spot for co-founder equity splits  

You’ll leave the session with the confidence to interpret cap tables, spot red flags and anticipate what investors will want to see.

This event is the first of a three-part series. By registering for Equity Essentials: Cap Table Principles and Due Diligence, we’ll automatically save your seat and send you updates for the next two events in the series (March and early May 2024).

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