Subscription agreements are based on SEC 506 (b) and 506 (c) Regulation D. The provisions of these rules include: A: It depends on the conditions of the ASA. In some cases, funds invested through an ASA that have not yet been allocated are treated as debts and can be repaid in cash, which are located alongside other unsecured creditors of the company. Private companies tend to use subscription contracts to raise capital from private investors. This can be done through the sale of shares or ownership of the company without having to register with the SEC. Companies that have a private placement memorandum may also want to include a subscription contract to attract potential investors. Whether it`s a company that wants to invest in another company or a private investor, a subscription contract defines all transaction details, such as. B the agreed number and the share price. In a limited partnership (LP), a komple or matchmaking company manages and uses sponsors through a subscription contract. Subscribe to candidates to become commandos.

After completing the standard requirements, the co-partner decides whether or not to accept the candidate. Limited Partners acts as a silent partner in providing capital, usually a one-time investment, and has no significant involvement in the company`s operations. For example, suppose an investor made an investment of AED 1 million in return for 100,000 preferred shares for the resulting stake in 50% of the startup`s share capital (i.e., the startup`s share capital consists of 200,000 shares). The terms of the investment include a liquidation preference equal to the total value of the investment of AED 1 million. The startup did not stand out as expected and a year later, 100% of the start-up`s shares were sold to a private equity investor with a total valuation of AED 1.5 million. Since our investor has a liquidation preference for the full value of his investment, the investor receives AED 1 million from the buyout, with the remaining AED 500,000 being distributed pro-rata to all shareholders. In the absence of such a liquidation preference, the investor would have received AED750,000, which corresponds to his share of 50% of the total purchase price. Subscription contracts are the most common in startups and small businesses.

They are used when entrepreneurs do not have the resources to cooperate with venture capitalists or to make the company public. Once the parties have signed the share agreement, the investor and the company must follow the investment procedure described in the document, namely: If the agreement does not correspond to the interests of potential investors or the company, you can withdraw from the transaction with guarantees and termination clauses! In order to “block” the investment, binding purchase contracts are prepared with the most important conditions of the investment.