Investment & Shareholder Support
Whether you are a start-up looking to get your business off the ground or an established company ready to go to the next level – let us help you with your investment rounds. The support which our Business Services team provide is available to you irrespective of whether Our Legal Team provide legal advice on the investment.
What we do:
We provide a variety of support services:
- Co-ordinating investment documents
- Filing appropriate documents at Companies House
- Helping you complete SEIS and EIS applications and documentation
- HMRC liaison (including in-year filings)
- Liaising with investors’ solicitors to ensure correct signing of any consents and resolutions (including filing of such resolutions where necessary)
- Onboarding shareholders (including deed of adherence to shareholder agreement where necessary)
- Preparing and distributing share certificates.
- Processing share allotments
- Updating Capitalisation table
- Updating statutory records
Why use Haddletons:
There is enough for you to think about during an investment round. We will take the administrative burden off you – allowing you to get on with running your business!
The Haddletons Way
We earn your trust through our authenticity. We listen, we communicate honestly, we genuinely care.
We are people just like you. Get to know us and you will find that we can do more than just resolve your problems and lighten your load.
We look at the world through your eyes to offer a truly bespoke service. The more we understand you and your world, the more we can do for you.
We offer a premium service with price certainty. Our insight and expertise applied to your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) is similar to SEIS in many ways. HMRC describe EIS as being designed so that your company can raise money to help grow your business whereas SEIS is targeted at the smaller company when it’s starting to trade. As such, SEIS relief is more generous than EIS to reflect the increased risk in investment in a start-up company rather than an established firm.
The capitalisation table or Cap table shows equity ownership of a company. The table is essential for financial decisions involving equity ownership, market capitalisation, and market value. Cap tables help private companies maintain the calculation of their market value.
When companies start, they often rely for money on friends, family and their owner’s deep pockets. This is known as bootstrapping.
The two terms apply to someone who invests in a start-up company, usually in return for an equity stake in the company. This investment is required to get the company off the ground before it can support itself.
Series funding describes the stages of funding for a company as it develops. From Series A to Series C funding (or beyond), the higher the alphabetic letter indicates a greater level of funding. In short, Series A funding is for development, Series B funding is for growing business development, and Series C funding is for relatively established companies developing new products, or markets.
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With Haddletons you can rest assured your investments and shareholders are taken care of.