Term sheet & Due diligence

Term Sheet is a non-binding document between founders and investors that outlines basic terms and conditions of an investment. Usually, it is agreed upon before due diligence.
Due Diligence (DD) is a process undertaken before an investment to understand the investability of the company.
It is used to verify information, expectations and data about an investment.

The factsheet provides the necessary information on:

  • Main components of a term sheet;
  • Due Diligence in the investment process;
  • Templates and additional sources.

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