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Fractional Shares – Everything you need to know
The fractional shares are created by mergers or acquisitions as companies combine new common stock using a predetermined ratio. Learn more!
Reserved Matters List
What is a reserved matters list? Learn about reserved matter, its types, usages, limitations, and reserved matter approval. Learn More...
Shareholder Pre-Emptive Rights
Whenever new shares are issued by any company, it needs to check whether pre-emptive rights exist or not. Learn more about pre-emption rights
[Infographic] Share Vesting
Do you want to know more about Share Vesting without reading old boring texts? Click here to read full infographic on Share Vesting quickly.
Limited Partnership Funds: Everything you need to know
An LPF is a fund that is structured as a limited partnership and will be used to manage investments for the benefit of its investors.
What is a Promissory Note?
A promissory note also referred to as an IOU or loan agreement is a written promise to pay someone within a specific time period.
3 Effective ways for startups in Singapore to raise funds
There are numerous ways for a startup to raise funds in Singapore, you just carefully need to plan financing strategy based on your business.
The GameStop Stock Saga
GameStop stock trading saga has caused chaos on Wall Street – but it has also positively highlighted how open financial markets are evolving.
What Is E-Commerce Financing?
To complement the booming of e-commerce sales, a new eco-system has to be created to support the efficiency and popularity of e-commerce.
When to use a Director/Shareholder loan agreement?
A Director or Shareholder loan is one of the common ways of debt financing in a company to meet its financing needs. Learn more with Zegal.
What’s an ESOP and why might I need one?
An Employee Share Option Plan (ESOP) is a scheme that sets out the framework under which share options go to its employees. It’s a common mechanism to incentivise employees.
Top Tips for Business Fundraising
Every successful venture requires financial backing but securing business funding is a complex and challenging process for any entrepreneur.
Tips for Value Investing During an Economic Downturn
During economic downturn, investing for value is an attractive option.Economic meltdowns are painful on the portfolio, but there is a positive side.
What is Trade Finance?
Trade finance helps small and medium size companies overcome cash flow issues and facilitates import and export activities across the globe.
How to Raise Funds via Convertible Note?
Learn more about Fundraising via Convertible Note. Make sure you don't give up too much control of your business.
Everything About Hong Kong’s Technology and Voucher Programme
Everything you need to know about applying for the TVP, an often overlooked Hong Kong government support programme designed to support local businesses
D-Biz and Zegal, now is the time to sign up with the HK government’s full support
The govt is fast-tracking funds for adopting tech solutions that aid remote working with the D-Biz programme.Get your IT services free to prop up your WFH
Busting The Myths Behind Convertible Notes
Is a convertible note the right type of funding for your start up? Find out how a convertible note works and why new businesses use them
Entrepreneurial Arbitrage: Funding
Paul Murphy writes about the changes happening within start up funding using his own experiences as an entrepreneur in dealing with venture capitalists
A Beginner’s Guide to Venture Capital Funding for New Businesses
Starting your own business? You’ll need funding to turn your idea into a successful startup. Here we’ll focus on getting rounds of funding from investors.
The first in a series, Paul Murphy debates what he calls entrepreneurial arbritrage. The pulling of talent across different markets into one team of experts
What You Need to Know About Preferred Stock
If you are looking to invest in a company, you may have the option between two categories of stock: preferred shares and common shares. How do they differ?
When Can Directors Refuse To Register Share Transfers?
The board of directors must approve the transfer of shares in a Hong Kong company. What if a director refuses to approve? Learn more
Hong Kong’s Government Funding Schemes For Organisations
If your organisation is looking for special funding, you may find a subsidy on this handy list of all Hong Kong's Goverment Funding Schemes
An Easy Guide To Hong Kong’s Government Funding Schemes For Enterprises
Scroll through to see if your business is eligible for government funding that ranges from technology adoption to expanding outside HK and much more
Later-stage Funding Using a Mix of Debt and Equity
Securing later stage funding via debt financing is not as well-understood as equity. We'll lay out the details of each to help you decide on the best option
What is a SAFE Agreement?
A Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) is an agreement that helps startups get better terms than conventional funding options.
Early Stage Funding With Ordinary Shares
With ordinary shares, business owners have the potential to raise a considerable amount of funding without having to overburden the business with debt.
Small business startup financing
Raising equity from startup financing can be a time-consuming process. Here's a simple guide on small business startup financing.