Frequently Asked Questions By Companies
For an institutional round, we typically work with companies to raise USD 10 million to USD 100 million.
We also work with companies on smaller raises below USD 10 million, depending on their requirements.
We typically work with companies that have more than USD 1 million in annual revenue or have previously raised more than USD 10 million.
Simply fill in the form (on the right) and we will arrange to have a pre-consultation with our syndication team to better understand the requirements and issuance process.
Alternatively, you can click here and create an account as an Issuer on our Platform. Once you have filled in all the required information, please click “Submit” and we will be in touch with you on the next steps.
We focus on investment syndication to match-make fundraising companies to the right investors.
We do not offer advisory services, but we can refer you to advisory firms upon request.
There is no cost to create a Deal Preview to gauge investor interest.
You may convert to a live deal when there is more concrete interest or when you would like us to start active investor outreach.
There is a monthly technology service fee of SGD 500 and a success fee upon the successful completion of the fundraising.
Our intelligent and secure investment syndication platform has useful, institutional-grade tools such as virtual data rooms, transaction legal and templates to reduce time and save costs.
Our proprietary smart algorithm system allows companies to reach a wider, deeper, and yet more targeted global investor pool.
CapBridge works with strategic venture arms, Venture Capital or family offices, Private Equity Funds, Private Banks, HNWIs, Accredited Investors, and Retail Investors.
CapBridge has syndication agreements with various banking partners to access their wealth management clients who are looking for private equity investments.
All investors on our Platform are bounded by global non-disclosure and confidentiality clauses.
The private markets offer flexibility in the instrument structures. Instruments such as equity, convertible bonds with various buy-back schemes or dividends payouts can be created to ensure optimal capital raising outcomes.
The duration of the fundraising process depends on various factors including the readiness of issuers, the amount of investor education needed, size of the fundraising, etc.
Generally, it will take between 3 to 6 months.
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