Dictionary of Legal Terms
What are Securities?
Proof of ownership or debt that has been assigned a value and may be sold such as stocks, bonds, or options. For the holder, a security represents an investment as an owner, creditor or rights to ownership on which the person hopes to gain profit.
See Also: Security (Collateral)
How Do Convertible Notes Work?
A convertible note, or convertible bond, is a type of short-term financial instrument that new companies use to raise early-stage capital.July 31, 2019
SAFEs vs. Convertible Notes: Which is Best for my Business?
Here are the key differences between convertible notes and SAFEs that should be considered by business owners looking to raise capital.July 29, 2019
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