Equity financing is a fundamental method of raising capital for businesses, both large corporations and startups alike. It involves selling ownership shares (equity) in the company to investors in exchange for the funds needed to support and grow the business.

In general, equity financing consists of the following key features:

  • Ownership Share: Equity financing entails selling ownership shares, which means that investors share in the company’s success and potential profits.
  • Risk Sharing: Investors in equity financing also share in the risks of the business. If the company faces financial challenges or fails, investors may lose some or all of their investment.
  • Long-Term Capital: Equity financing provides a source of long-term capital, which does not require regular interest payments or repayment of principal.
  • Dilution: As new shares are issued to investors, the ownership stake of existing shareholders can be diluted, meaning their relative ownership decreases.

Businesses that wish to consider equity financing for thriving and achieving their long-term objectives must carefully appraise the trade-offs and implications of equity financing arrangements.

Our solutions for Equity Financing span the areas below:

Equity Crowdfunding (ECF)

Access funding via a wide pool of investors.

Venture Capital & Private Equity Fund (VC & PE)

Seek investors for equity ownership and to help manage the business.

Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Transition your company from a private ownership to a public one.

Merger & Acquisition (M&A)

Consolidate two or more companies through various financial transactions.