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Download Pre Post IPO Global Offering Stats Share Cap Table Excel Spreadsheet Template

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AskVenture.com pre post IPO global offering stats share cap table is available for US$9.99 only. It is a valuation model spreadsheet used by major investment banks and law firms showing the IPO offering structure of a company contemplating IPO. It is divided into three parts: 1. Offering stats at IPO (market cap, forecast earning, pe [...]


Download AskVenture.com Professional Excel Cap Table Template (.xls)

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AskVenture.com professional excel cap table is available for US$9.99 only. It’s an excel template that you can plug in your own variables and it will automatically calculate all the figures and information, and the template will generate a complete cap table for a company. It shows the capitalization of a company before and after 3 [...]


Benefits of Investing in a Startup

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Benefits of Investing in a Startup When looking at where to invest, it can be difficult to decide whether or not it is worth putting your money into a startup company. The risk is often much larger with startups, but then again, so is the return which you are likely to see should the business [...]


What is a variable interest entity (VIE) structure for foreign investment in China (PRC)?

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What is a variable interest entity (VIE) structure for foreign investment in China (PRC)? A variable interest entity (VIE) refers to a structure in which an entity established in China which is fully or partially owned by a non-Chinese company, through certain contractual or services arrangements, has control over a Chinese operating company holding the necessary licenses [...]


What is a statutory declaration under Hong Kong law and how to make one?

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This article discusses statutory declarations under Hong Kong law.  What is a statutory declaration? A statutory declaration is a declaration made in the manner provided by the Oaths and Declaration Ordinance (Chapter 11 of the Laws of Hong Kong).  The Oaths and Declaration Ordinance specifies the forms that a statutory declaration should be made. According [...]


Where can I look up Hong Kong (HKEx) listed companies information, announcements, circulars, financial results, annual reports, prospectuses?

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Where can I look up Hong Kong (HKEx) listed companies information, announcements, circulars, financial results, annual reports, prospectuses? http://www.hkexnews.hk Just enter the stock code, period to be covered, information category and search. The website is solely for the dissemination of information of companies listed on the GEM or Main Board of the Hong Kong Stock [...]


Lock-up restrictions on controlling shareholders following a Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) IPO

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Controlling shareholders of a Hong Kong listed company are subject to certain lock-up restrictions regarding disposal of their shares following the company’s initial public offering (IPO) on the HKEx. The restrictions come in two phases (6+6). First 6 months’ lock up From the date of IPO prospectus to 6 months after the initial listing of [...]


Board composition requirements of a Hong Kong listed company under the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) Listing Rules

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The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) introduced some new amendments to the HKEx Main Board Listing Rules in 2012. Some of the changes came into effect on 1 January 2012 and some on 1 April 2012. New HKEx Main Board Listing Rules (LR3.10A) One of the amendments relates to the requirements of the composition of the [...]


What is right of first refusal (ROFR) in a venture capital (vc) financing?

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In a venture capital term sheet, you’ll find a right of first refusal (ROFR) clause. This right is often given to preferred shareholders. What is right of first refusal (ROFR)? The right of first refusal is the right to acquire shares before shares are transferred to a third party. For example, if A (company founder) [...]


What is pre-emptive right in a venture capital / private equity (vc/pe) investment?

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You’ll almost always see a pre-emptive right clause in a venture capital / private equity (vc/pe) term sheet or share subscription agreement. Sometimes, pre-emptive right is also called pre-emption right or subscription right. This is a right typically demanded by vc/pe investor. What is pre-emptive right? Pre-emptive right is the right of existing shareholders to [...]


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Download Pre Post IPO Global Offering Stats Share Cap Table Excel Spreadsheet Template

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AskVenture.com pre post IPO global offering stats share cap table is available for US$9.99 only. It is a valuation model spreadsheet used by major investment banks and law firms showing the IPO offering structure of a company contemplating IPO. It is divided into three parts: 1. Offering stats at IPO (market cap, forecast earning, pe [...]

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Download AskVenture.com Professional Excel Cap Table Template (.xls)

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What is a variable interest entity (VIE) structure for foreign investment in China (PRC)?

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Where can I look up Hong Kong (HKEx) listed companies information, announcements, circulars, financial results, annual reports, prospectuses?

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How soon can a Hong Kong listed company raise fund after its IPO on the HKEx?

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How soon can a Hong Kong listed company raise fund after its IPO on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx)? The answer is 6 months after its IPO. Under the Hong Kong Main Board Listing Rules, a HKEx listed company cannot issue shares or securities convertible into equity securities or agree to such an issue [...]

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Lock-up restrictions on controlling shareholders following a Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) IPO

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Controlling shareholders of a Hong Kong listed company are subject to certain lock-up restrictions regarding disposal of their shares following the company’s initial public offering (IPO) on the HKEx. The restrictions come in two phases (6+6). First 6 months’ lock up From the date of IPO prospectus to 6 months after the initial listing of [...]

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Board composition requirements of a Hong Kong listed company under the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) Listing Rules

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New trading hours for Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) starting March 5, 2012

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Here’re the trading hours of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) effective March 5, 2012 (for Securities Market & Stock Futures/Options Markets). Pre-opening session: 0900 – 0930 (no change pre and post March 5, 2012) Morning continuous trading session: 0930 – 1200 (no change pre and post March 5, 2012) Afternoon continuous trading session: 1300 [...]

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