Let us Assist with your Prospectus, Feasibility Study or Financials The most critical step in the funding formation process is the preparation of effective and informative documentation. Our Principals are experts in developing quality investment collateral such as Feasibility Studies, a Preliminary Prospectus, Final Prospectus and Offering Memorandum (Private Placement Memorandum). Our team at Prospectus has a proven record of success assisting start-ups raise venture capital and helping established businesses raise working or expansion capital. Whether your company is planning a Private Placement Offering or an Initial Public Offering (IPO), developing land or launching a product, we provide the documentation needed by investors – and required by industry regulators – to help you achieve the best possible result.
Who Reads the Prospectus?
We develop the Prospectus for a wide range of investors. These include venture capital and private equity firms, angel investors, qualified institutional buyers (QIBs), other accredited investors and designated stock exchanges. Our team of industry professionals, consultants and securities attorneys has produced thousands of Prospectus and Offering Memorandums for both private and publicly-listed companies. In addition, many companies need a proper feasibility study showing the viability of the product or project. Indeed, our firm has assisted with hundreds of feasibility studies ranging from real estate, high tech, a plethora of inventions, energy such as oil and gas exploitation and much more.
Where We Operate
Prospectus.com has consultants and offices in most of the world’s major financial hubs. We deliver high-calibre Prospectus and Offering Circular documentation as well as feasibility study reports for clients across the globe. From New York to Hong Kong, from the United Kingdom to the Cayman Islands, from Singapore to Seattle: Prospectus.com delivers. Our Principals produce reliable and compelling capital formation documentation that yields profitable results across all industry sectors.
What is a Prospectus?
A Prospectus is a commonly-used business document that provides prospective investors an overview of the company’s structure vis-à-vis its business model, financial plan, securities information, management team and other useful details. An instrument of corporate “best-practice” the Prospectus outlines the terms of the offering to assist and expedite the due diligence process. Because the company seeking investment will be offering some form of securities in exchange for the provision of capital – either in the form of debt or equity – the Prospectus includes valuable insight that informs and reassures the prospective investor. For any accredited investor, institutional or “high net worth”, the Offering Prospectus is the ultimate road map. It indicates how the company plans on being successful and details how the investor will realize return on their investment.
A properly-prepared Offering Prospectus should be “easy on the eyes”: crisp, clear and succinct without flowery or misleading narrative. While its length can vary depending on the intended audience, the Prospectus should flow systematically and demonstrate a professional focus on its salient points. An effective Prospectus will lead with an overview of the company, followed by a detailed analysis of the organization, management team, industry, customers, competitors and, of course, a clear description of the investment offering details. The Prospectus should be viewed as an opportunity to tell the Issuer’s story in a compelling format, not simply as a “boring-must-give-to-investors” document.
What is a Feasibility Study?
A feasibility study is an analysis regarding the viability of a project’s successful development. A feasibility report is conducted prior to undertaking a venture such as real estate development or construction project. The owners of the business along with the potential investors or banks will want to ensure that the venture is actually “feasible”. Thus, the usage of a feasibility study is the main document used in this assessment. A feasibility report can help save needed capital, including whether to determine to end a project or even start one. The study includes such vital information and data as the funding needs to complete the project, the market opportunity, government regulations, risk factors, strengths and weaknesses, management team profiles and the financials of the company. While a feasibility study somewhat sounds like a business plan, such reports tend to be many times longer with more details on the market and and emphasis on the financials. Our team members at Prospectus are experts in research and can assist in the writing of your company’s feasibility study.
The Prospectus, and by extension the Feasibility Study, Private Placement Memorandum or Offering documents, should accomplish the following objectives:
- Convey your message and your company’s business opportunity in a clear and concise manner.
- Showcase your intellectual property (“IP”) and unique product or service offerings.
- Highlight your team’s leadership capabilities and relevant experience in your industry.
- Detail your company’s current and future business plans and strategies.
- Show that the product or project is viable via the feasibility report.
- Discuss your exit strategy and quantify the investor’s return on investment./li>
What Prospectus.com Offers to Issuers of Securities and Those Raising Capital:
Our straightforward value proposition is easily embraced by accomplished entrepreneurs and corporate executives: we offer fast and reliable turnaround times for document creation and the most competitive pricing in the global market. We specialize in best-practice advisory and delivery services for:
- Prospectus development
- Preliminary and Final Prospectus writing (public and private)
- Offering Circular (public & private)
- Private Placement Memorandum development
- Listing and Initial Public Offering (“IPO”) Services
- Information Memorandum
- Explanatory Memorandum
- Registration and Filing Services (i.e. S-1 Statements)
- Equity and Debt (144A/Reg S) Structure
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Venture Capital and Private Equity assistance
- Crowdfunding, Regulation A+ and Regulation D assistance
- Company and Fund Formation Services
- Shareholder and Operating Agreements
- Securities Law and General Business Legal Advisory