Convertible Loan (Conversion) Agreement
Where you lend money to a company it can be a good idea to agree that the loan is converted into shares on the happening of a certain event. It can almost be used as a form of “bridging finance”. So you lend money to the company as a way of raising capital for them or to fund a large commercial agreement and after a passage of time (say when the large commercial agreement has been signed and is in full throttle) you convert the loan into shares. The Convertible Loan Agreement contains terms governing the timing and manner of such events and can be tailored as always to the specifics of the transaction.
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