What is the capital gains tax (CGT) recently announced in the budget 2023? What startup investors in Malaysia need to know about it.
The term sheet is a critical document that gives a ‘snapshot’ of the key terms and conditions of the proposed funding by an investor. It also serves as a ‘blueprint’ that will be used by the startup lawyer engaged to prepare the fundraising documents and shareholders agreement that will govern the relationship between the startup,…
“Should you accept an investment offer from a non-accredited angel investor in Malaysia?” “Do you need to get accredited as an angel investor?” “What if the angel who invested in my startup wasn’t an accredited investor? Will I get into trouble?” No, there is no law requiring an investor to get accredited before he or…
A summary of the development of the corporate venture capital trends including the new CVC programme launched by Capital Markets Malaysia.
What are investor’s veto rights and how should you navigate such a request from a potential investor for your company?
Founder Institute Malaysia 2023 programme is back after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic.
There are several things that founders should know before raising funds for their startup. 1. Understand the different types of funding available. Selling your company’s shares in exchange for money is just one usual way of raising funds. There are various ways to raise capital, including debt financing, equity financing, or even crowdfunding (see Oxwhite’s…
What is a secondary market? How does it work when buying and selling crowdfunding shares? What are the risks involved and why is it such an important feature especially for investors?
How is a seed round different from a series A round in the context of a Malaysian fundraising landscape?
No, you don’t have to give a board seat to your new investor if you don’t want to and there are alternatives that you can use to avoid giving away a board seat.