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Capital Raising

Capital raising for business requires careful assessment of many factors.  These include but are not limited to:

  • amount to be raised
  • the proposed use of the raised funds
  • the desired method for raising the capital
  • the willingness of the founder to share ownership
  • the exit strategy of the business owner
  • the time frame for raising the capital

Rostron Carlyle is experienced with a range of capital raising options.  When raising capital, depending on the size of the business and the amount required, there are many options available to businesses, some of these include:

Equities and shares

  • assisting publically listed companies
  • Initial public offerings (IPO)
  • Secondary raisings
  • Placements
  • Rights Issues
  • Issues without disclosure (low doc issues)
  • Advice on raising capital without a prospectus

Debt

  • banks and other non-bank lenders
  • convertible note arrangements
  • bond and warrant issues
  • rights issues

Private equity

  • individuals
  • venture capital / private equity funds