What is the Investment and Shareholder’s Agreement (ISHA)?
Created by: Shani Koren
Modified on: Mon, 8 Apr, 2019 at 3:27 PM
The Investment and Shareholder’s Agreement is the contract that is executed off-chain between the company conducting the ETO and the Nominee. On the basis of this agreement, funds raised through a successful ETO are transferred to the Issuer and in exchange, the Nominee becomes a shareholder of the Company. Issuers are responsible for ensuring that the legal and procedural requirements for the valid execution of the ISHA and the effective accession of the Nominee as a shareholder are met. Funds will only be released to the Issuer once a validly executed ISHA is uploaded to the Issuer’s page on the Neufund platform.
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