Cooley LLP (JD Supra India)
Blog: Convertible Notes in Southeast Asia and India – What Founders Should Know
Often viewed as a quick interim source of funding until the next round of equity financing, convertible notes have become ubiquitous in Southeast Asia and India for many early-stage and even late-stage companies looking to raise capital.
Blog: Indemnification in Venture Capital Deals in Southeast Asia and India
One thing that we can say for sure is, never say never. As with anything else in life, an investment carries both known and unknown risks. A company may have current or historic issues that create liabilities. The company may also have known risks associated with its line of business, and unknown risks associated with outside events it can’t control, such as the behavior of customers or vendors,...
Blog: Becoming a Director in an Indian Company
Here are a few things that an investor should keep in mind when considering whether to become a director of an Indian company.
Blog: What Foreign Investors Should Know When Investing In India
With India’s strong ties with Silicon Valley and its maturing tech and startup ecosystem, outside investments in Indian companies are becoming increasingly common. However, the Indian economic and legal regime has some unique characteristics. Here are a few things you should consider before investing...
Blog: Three Common Corporate Governance Issues in Southeast Asian and Indian Startups
For many entrepreneurs and investors who are familiar with the US venture capital scene, you may be surprised to hear the details of the bespoke corporate governance terms that are often negotiated in Southeast Asia and India deals, some of which are ordinarily viewed as non-starters or off-market in the US.