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Come along: The VC can force the business to sell shares if the VC receives an acceptable offer for its shares. 36 An Introduction to angel investing Chapter Three: Sources of Private Equity Drag along: The VC can force all shareholders to sell their shares if the VC receives an acceptable offer for its shares. Tag along: If a shareholder receives a favourable offer for its shares, other shareholders have an option to notify the purchaser that they too wish to sell their shares. For additional details see: D Gladstone and L Gladstone, 2002, Venture capital handbook – An entrepreneurs guide to raising venture capital, Prentice Hall, pp 180-208 and B Ferris, Nothing ventured, nothing gained: thrills and spills in venture capital, Allen & Unwin Many people incorrectly think that VC General Partners are business experts who are knowledgeable about growing a business.
Whereas most Angels invest in their own right, VC investment is through a fund. The common structure of a Private Equity Fund or Venture Capital Fund is the Limited Partnership. This structure is commonplace in both the USA and UK markets and has recently been introduced in Australia. The benefit of this structure is that the fund itself is not a legal entity for tax purposes for the investor. There is a pass through treatment of any gains for tax purposes. Thus any gains and losses pass directly to the investor and are taxed in their hands.
Angels can invest without an expectation of a positive return, perhaps to ‘give back’ or to fund or assist a young entrepreneur. The VC firm can really only be involved if it can see a healthy return for their Limited Partners. Angels typically invest in one in three proposals they evaluate where VC funds only invest in one in one hundred. Perhaps, because of the higher cost of investing and the higher return expected, the VC firm has a much more difficult task in finding appropriate investments.
An Introduction to Angel Investing - A guide to investing in early stage entrepreneurial ventures by Tom McKaskill