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START-UP CAPITAL: WHEN CONVERTIBLE DEBT MAKES SENSE!

By Rajnish Puri

Often, entrepreneurs are too eager to seek funds from relatives, friends and other investors in the hope of converting their business ideas into operating businesses in exchange for equity – an ownership interest – in the enterprise, without considering the consequences presented by this form of capital raise.  876 more words

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Crowdfunding: Is it for Everyone?

By Rajnish Puri |

Regulation Crowdfunding issued under the Securities Act of 1933 (Securities Act), became effective on May 16, 2016, six months after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published the final rules relating to Section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act.  1,094 more words

What is Investments Litigation?

A burglar is economical device being offered by organizations to the public. For easier meaning, it is any kind of easy to business resource. A burglar may be a debt protection, value protection, or mixture agreements. 390 more words

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