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Jason 16, points If I don't know the investor, and the finder finds him, and sets up the appointment, why should it be free? What would motivate the finder to go ahead and find the investor? Google charges money for referring me to a website I was searching for. They don't charge me, the charge the website, but they do make money that way.
As for who pays, it matters, since if the investor pays, then he ends up spending more money for the same amount of equity, but if the startup pays, then they get less money for the equity they give.
If this guy sets up 10 appointments, that's very valuable. Otherwise, connecting people is what the rest of us do anyway, because it's nice. Your Google example is completely wrong. Were you thinking about ads?
Otherwise it is illegal for him to receive performance-based commissions, and he could be forced to return any commissions received.
Furthermore, a company participating in such transactions could be forced to return —or at least offer to return—such investments to the investors. I believe they could be paid a consultant's fee to introduce investors, but that fee must be paid whether or not the potential investors actually invest, and that fee may not be tied to any potential investment amount.
Officers and directors of US corporations may try to raise investment capital, but as in the case of a non-registered broker, finder, or consultant, they may not receive a finder's fee either.
Consultants to corporations may be paid consulting fees based on hourly billing and reimbursement for expenses, such as travel and conference fees. In that role I believe they may try to raise investment capital or arrange joint ventures, but again they are not entitled to finder's fees or percentage-based compensation.
If the finder is some dude that was selling insurance or real estate last month i. Since roughly 79 of 80 funding requests do not get funded, I would think that the sell-side company would at least want an MBA to help them prepare a proper business plan not one that your buddy downloded on the web.
Most people on the planet do not work for free. We're not selling Amway here, folks. We're talking about finding capital in an economic dessert especially duering the last few years. That's what they we do for a living. The stakes are way too high for the comnpany stakeholders to take a chance on a newbie.
If the company is a start-up, chances are slim to none in the current environment. Because it's NOT their money- it's their investor's money. If they receive 5 funding requests, one is a start-up and the other four are revenue-positive; they will fund the proven one s with IRR above their hurdle rate.
Start-ups are too risky.
Hope that this was helpful. It is a small price for each of them to pay to be brought together to make money. I'm not an investor emailer. I am a matchmaker of opportunities and money. I introduce players that will get along and want to work together in the future.
I only make money if my clients make money. They take all of the risk as partners. I bring them together and get paid for that only.
Thus far everyone is happy with that arrangement. Sometimes I earn more on the front end, sometimes more on the back end. That makes me happy either way as well. If not, how do you get around SEC restrictions on finders, in particular the statement that "a person's receipt of transaction-based compensation is a hallmark of broker-dealer activity"?RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University.
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