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Be a Part of pitchIN's Nominee Structure
Investors who participate in ECF campaigns through pitchIN become part of the pitchIN Nominee structure, which means that pitchIN acts as a nominee or representative for all investors in the campaign. This simplifies the investment process for investors and allows pitchIN to hold and manage the shares on behalf of the investors. This structure also helps to ensure that the investors' rights and interests are protected in the event of any changes, disputes or issues that may arise.
How does pitchIN's nominee structure benefit the investors?
- Simplified Investment Process: Being part of the pitchIN Nominee structure means that pitchIN acts as a nominee or representative for all investors in the campaign. This can simplify the investment process for investors, as pitchIN has a specialised team to handle the administrative and legal aspects of the investment, such as shareholding and voting rights, on behalf of the investors.
- Professional Management: As a nominee, pitchIN manages the shares on behalf of the investors, which can help to ensure that the shares are managed professionally and in compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Protection of Investor Rights: The nominee structure can help to protect the investors' rights and interests in the event of any disputes or issues that may arise, as pitchIN can act as a mediator or advocate for the investors.
- Enhanced Transparency: As a nominee, pitchIN is required to provide regular updates and reports to the investors on the company's performance, financials, and any other material information that may impact the investment. This can enhance transparency and help investors make informed decisions.
- Reduced Risk: By investing through the nominee structure, investors may also be able to reduce their risk exposure, as pitchIN can help to identify and mitigate potential risks, such as fraud or non-compliance with regulatory requirements.
Does pitchIN have a Nominee Agreement?
Yes, pitchIN has a Nominee Agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of the nominee structure. The nominee agreement establishes the legal relationship between the investors, pitchIN, and the issuer. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of each party involved, including the duties of the nominee, the rights of the investors, and the terms of the agreement. The Nominee Agreement also includes provisions for the transfer of shares, the management of dividends and other shareholder rights, and the procedures for resolving disputes. By having a Nominee Agreement in place, pitchIN can ensure that the investment process is transparent and that the investors' interests are protected.