We offer capital raising services to assist businesses with funding operations and expansion through the private placement of securities. We remain in compliance with U.S. securities laws while acting as a finder, allowing your company to tap into a vast network of investor contacts, including family offices, venture capital and private equity firms, registered investment advisers, broker-dealers, pension funds, and ultra-high net worth individuals in North America, Europe, and Asia.
We work on secondary transactions of Tech Start-ups across the globe from deal size of USD 0.5 Mn to USD 100 Mn and above.
“We service Angel investors, funds, Family offices and CXOs of Startups to monetize their unlisted company shares through Secondary Transaction and provide an investment exit”
Our co-founder Ms. Jyoti Soni CFA is a registered representative of Rainmaker Securities. Jyoti has over 15 years’ of experience in corporate advisory and Investment Banking. During this tenure, she has served diverse clientele for Transaction advisory including, Venture Capital and Private equity fund raising, Mergers &Acquisitions, Business Planning and valuations. She has vast exposure of working across various industries viz. Technology, Power, Real estate, Education and Skill etc. Prior to Rainmaker Securities, she was working with KPMG India.
She is a member and volunteer of renowned CFA society, India. As a Volunteer, she contributes to Public Awareness Committee of Society. She is an Engineer and MBA (Finance) from most revered institutes in India. She holds Series 7 & 63 securities licenses.
Our transaction deal size is USD 0.5 Mn to USD 100 Mn and above.
We are networked across the globe with investors’ i.e. family offices, secondary funds and Sovereign wealth funds. We market available secondary equities to suitable investors in our network.
We can provide exit through secondary transaction by introducing new Suitable investor on the Cap table. Shareholders or investors are not required to wait for follow-on round of funding or IPO for exit. , we would like to work only on the clear mandates and terms. However, we keep our mandate non-exclusive and non-binding for the ease of our client.
Due-diligence requirement depends on the deal size and on the particular investor. Generally, for deal size of USD 10 Mn and above, investors carry out a comprehensive due-diligence and ask for confidential and non-public business information like MIS, Detailed financials, Financial Projections, and business plan.
Seller can definitely command a premium over the last round price if company is an outperformer and many investors are looking to invest in the company.
Transactions are possible with forward agreement in that case. Acceptability of forward agreement depends on the buyer and seller.
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RMS is engaged by its clients to make referrals to buyers or sellers of securities. If such client closes a securities transaction with a buyer or seller so referred, RMS is entitled to a success fee from the client. Such success fee may be in the form of cash or in warrants to purchase securities of the client or client’s affiliate. It is not uncommon for RMS or RMS representatives to hold equity in its issuer clients or in the issuers of securities purchased or sold by the parties to a transaction.
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