During recent years, incubators and accelerators became buzzwords with entrepreneurs who are looking for ways to start a business from scratch. The numbers of these startup support facilities in China... View Article
The technological advancements in recent years have allowed startups and established companies to launch and expand their businesses through attracting financing from private individuals and institutional investors in the form... View Article
Equity deal: What are the pros and cons? Pros • Acquiring an operational business: acquiring equity does not require numerous separate approvals of each individual asset because the title of... View Article
A term sheet is a short agreement that is used to define the main terms and conditions of a transaction. Used in the context of a fundraising, the term sheet... View Article
Under PRC FIE legal regime, debt financing shall be subject to an upper limit which is allowed to borrow under the PRC laws. FIEs cannot borrow more than the amount... View Article
When setting up a FIE, the financing structure shall be carefully planned ahead. Two options are available for foreign investors: equity financing and debt financing. The registered capital is... View Article
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