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Raising Venture Capital – What to Expect:
Funding from the venture capitalist may come in the form of debt or equity financing or some combination of both (i.e. debt with warrants).
Need to ensure that all consideration exchanged is properly recorded (for example, in a debt with detachable warrants transaction, the value of the warrants would be recorded as a contribution to equity and a discount to the face amount of the debt).
Beware of beneficial conversion features in convertible equity or debt instruments.
After the investment you will have a new member(s) on the board.
Will probably be required to have an audit performed annually by a reputable accounting firm.
Will likely have an audit committee that will meet periodically throughout the year to discuss accounting and auditing matters.