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Take advantage of investment offers

DealFlow are business opportunities that are uniquely aimed at you

At DealFlow, you can easily take advantage of investment offers that are aimed at you. Of course, the highest priority is given to subscription rights and investment offers from companies in which you are already a partner, e.g. new issue of shares with preferential rights to existing owners. However, it can also be investment offers from companies that would like to see you as a new partner, e.g. in connection with a pre-IPO or other investment round. It could also be an offer to subscribe for employee stock options, convertibles or an invitation to participate in another incentive program.

We strongly believe that investors are different. The combination of e.g. current holdings, investment history, interests, risk profile and personal and professional contact networks mean that most investors differ in some respects. Of course, there will often be more than you who can receive an investment offer, but the combination of the offers addressed to you will probably be unique. You probably already know that, but you are unique!

Just as your playlist of music is yours, so DealFlow is YOUR marketplace with YOUR investment offers.

But keep in mind that it takes two to dance the tango. Just as companies strive to present themselves in their very best days, so there may be value in you also presenting yourself to gain access to the most exciting investments.

For example. it may be a company that wishes to make an ownership spread before an IPO. In this case, it is important for the company that everyone who subscribes has correct and current VP account / custody information, including contact information for your account-holding institute. They can then choose to limit the offer to the potential investors who have verified this information in their user profile at Reguity. If you have not done this, you will not receive this offer.

Another special case when the company can make extra high demands is when the company’s main owners distribute securities FREE of charge to specially selected investors. Although this sounds strange and counterproductive, it does happen more often than not. Of course, they then require that the recipients have explicitly agreed to receive securities free of charge, but also that they have provided completely complete information. The principal owner’s motive for distributing securities free of charge can e.g. be to quickly achieve listing requirements regarding distributed ownership in a trading venue. In logged-in mode, under My settings, you can access information about what you need to do to get the chance to obtain securities free of charge. If such an offer is addressed to you, you will find it under DealFlow – secondary market, as it is then about existing shares.

Subscribe for newly issued securities

DealFlow primary market

Under the section DealFlow primary market, you can find offers to subscribe for newly issued securities, which are aimed at you. It can be from companies in different growth phases, with different motives for financing their companies. In some cases, it may be the company itself that is responsible for its capital raising, other times it will be clear that the financing takes place in collaboration with established stockbrokers, issuers, corporate finance companies or crowdfunding operators.

On the DealFlow page, you will be able to take advantage of offers to invest in different types of securities:

  • shares (stock, A, B, pref or other class of shares)
  • options (warrants, employee stock options)
  • warrents
  • bonds
  • convertibles

Common to DealFlow’s primary market is that it is newly issued assets that help companies finance their operations, either by increasing equity or through various forms of loan products (debt).

For you, this means that DealFlow Primary Market can help you in your quest to build a diversified portfolio of unlisted assets that includes a mix of different types of securities, broken down by different industries and geographical domicile.

A few concluding words in all good faith:

  1. Only invest in assets that you understand
  2. Only invest in companies led by people you trust
  3. Do not invest more money than you can afford to lose
  4. If you are unsure, seek the help of a financial adviser with permission from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, your bank, your lawyer or your accountant.

Buy/Sell existing securities

DealFlow secondary market

Under the section DealFlow secondary market, you can find offers that are aimed at you to subscribe for existing securities. Offers can come from owners of companies in different growth phases, with different motives such as. to spread the ownership in their companies further, it can be an offer to buy or to get e.g. shares for free. It is also quite common for transactions to take place in so-called Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), i.e. companies created for the purpose of owning shares in a target company. In these cases, it is then common for a subscription offer to take place in securities that have already been issued.

Pay attention to the type of securities available:

  • shares (stock, A, B, pref or other class of shares)
  • options (warrants, employee stock options)
  • warrents
  • bonds
  • convertibles

In an initial stage, secondary trading will only be permitted if this takes place in active cooperation between the issuer, i.e. the company that originally issued the security, and the owner or owners who intend to sell. It will also be clear whether secondary trading takes place in collaboration with established stockbrokers, issuers, corporate finance companies or crowdfunding operators.

Feel free to keep an eye on your depository… soon there will be an opportunity to both buy and sell existing securities. By starting your free depot today, you ensure that you do not miss out on any business opportunities.

Just as for the primary market, we also want to remind in all good faith:

  1. Only invest in assets that you understand
  2. Only invest in companies led by people you trust
  3. Do not invest more money than you can afford to lose
  4. If you are unsure, seek the help of a financial adviser with permission from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, your bank, your lawyer or your accountant.

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