Many years ago almost all companies raising money used a PPM (Private Placement Memorandum) as the document to put the deal together. The PPM typically consists of three or four parts including 1) A summary business plan that describes what the business is and how it is going to execute its plan 2) Risks involved in investing in the deal. 3) A term sheet that describes the terms of the deal and 4) the capitalization table showing existing shareholders, types of shares, percentages owned, etc. The PPM was the selling document and, when signed, constituted the completion of the deal. Read more
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