Financing Term Sheet Deep Dive: Anti-Dilution

Whether you’ve only recently decided to seek out capital for your business or you’ve already received (or made) your first offer, the term sheet (or “letter of intent”) is an integral part of the process.  

In this series we’ll look to shed some light on the legal language contained in that term sheet by taking a “deep dive” into the most often used terms and how choices made in selecting those terms can affect both Company and Investor.  Check out an overview here.

Financing Term Sheet Deep Dive will be published each Monday morning until conclusion. For more information, check out www.hoeglaw.com or drop Rick a line at rhoeg@hoeglaw.com.

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Last week, in discussing the right of Investors to convert their preferred stock into common, we touched on the concept of “anti-dilution” provisions intended to alter the number of shares that the preferred stock might convert into.

Today, we take a deeper look at this complicated concept.

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