How can a startup raise money from investors with a Safe or a convertible note?
Safes and convertible notes are fundraising instruments used by start-ups to raise capital from investors (More Info).
To raise money from investors with a Safe or a convertible note:
Step 1: Review the Primer on a successful Safe or convertible note financing
Step 2: Obtain written approval from the board of directors
Step 3: Complete Safe or convertible note transaction on Clerky
Collect the investor details below and complete the transaction using one of the following templates. Each of these popular templates includes a Guide with a Summary of Terms, FAQ, Sample Calculations, links to the blank forms and more. Note that these templates are only appropriate for use in private offering transactions involving Safes or convertible notes issued to accredited investors by a Delaware C corporation.
- Safe - Valuation Cap
- Safe - Valuation Cap and Discount
- Safe - Discount
- Safe - MFN, No Cap, No Discount
Convertible Note Templates
- Convertible Note - Valuation Cap
- Convertible Note - Valuation Cap and Discount
- Convertible Note - Discount
- Convertible Note - Uncapped
- Full Investor Name (including entity designation such as LP/LLC for funds or other entities)
- Investment Amount
- Name, Title & Email Address of the person signing for the investor (no Title needed for individual investors)
- Investor Mailing Address
- Any special signature block requirements (usually relevant only with certain VC funds)