Securing capital is vital for startup success, and funding round are pivotal. Clear objectives, meeting diverse investors, precise structuring, legal compliance, thorough due diligence, and transparent negotiation are crucial.
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About Mercedes Guitián
Mercedes Guitián graduated from the Autonomous University of Madrid with a Law degree and has a master’s degree in Business Law. Practice areas: corporate law and mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Working languages: English, French and Spanish.
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Venture Capital is a source of funding for start-up companies, contributing to their success in terms of growth, innovation and job creation.
The modifications to the Spanish Commercial Registry in Spain enhance the digital transformation, transparency and accuracy in registration procedures and establish a modern regulatory framework for company law.
Challenging the list of creditors refers to the legal process of questioning or contesting the inclusion or exclusion of specific creditors in a compiled list within an insolvency proceeding or arrangement with creditors. It allows parties, such as creditors, to dispute the accuracy, legitimacy, or completeness of the creditor list submitted by the debtor or the insolvency administration.
Selling shares is a common way to obtain liquidity and restructure a company’s shareholding in Spain. However, it is crucial to consider certain legal aspects before proceeding with the transaction to avoid any potential issues in the future.
Business succession in the framework of asset sales and purchases takes place when a company acquires the assets of another to continue its activities. In Spain, Article 44 of the Workers’ Statute outlines labour and social security obligations of employers and protection measures for workers involved in this process.
The VASP licence is a registration process with the Bank of Spain for companies seeking to operate a cryptocurrency activity in Spain. To successfully apply for the VASP license, companies need to collect and submit several documents and forms.
The Spanish insolvency reform reduces the liability of company directors for the obligation to convene the general meeting on the grounds of dissolution. The court’s knowledge of negotiations with creditors limits the directors’ liability for corporate debts.
The franchise agreement enhances the franchisor’s distribution of products and provision of services and enables the franchisor to create a uniform commercial distribution network.
The lack of specific regulation on labour matters does not exempt directors from liability if they occur in labour and social security infringements.
- Key Issues and Clauses for Venture Capital Funds in Financing Rounds
- Becoming a Balancing Service Provider (BSP) in electricity trading in Spain
- Examining the Legality of Worker Assignments by Professional Employment Organisations (PEOs) in Spain
- Critical Considerations for Startups During Funding Rounds