Syndicate Investing with Barbara Corcoran
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Now before you pull out your checkbook and start throwing money at Barbara's next Business Opportunity, there's a few things about this new form of Syndicate Investing you probably might like to know. First off, while the laws are currently being changed for the Jobs Act which should go in effect later this year, you still need to be considered an Accredited Investor at this time. This simply means you need to prove you have a large net worth, and know the risks of potentially losing your entire investment investing in new start-up businesses looking to raise capital.
The way Syndicate Investing works is it allows other investors to co-invest with we'll known investors with a proven track record. While every single Shark Tank Investor would fall in this category, it looks like Barbara Corcoran is jumping in first offering a direct way to potentially profit from her latest investment. Corcoran's profile says she would like to complete 12 new deals within the next year using this syndicate investing platform, not including deals she is still making on the Shark Tank Show. Hmm, if you have a product or business idea you just know Corcoran would love to invest in, but you haven't been able to get on the Shark Tank just yet, this just might be your ticket if you can convince Barbara to take the lead in starting a syndicate investment pool for you.
How Does Syndicate Investing Work?Let's say you have a business or product Barbara would like to invest in, that's not scheduled to appear on the Shark Tank. Approved accredited investors having already agreed to a financial amount to 'back' Corcoran's next venture, put up a percentage of the investment capital with very little due diligence on their own. Instead investors rely on the lead syndicate investor's track record to calculate the potential risks, and manage the pool much like a separate business all its own.
If you were looking to raise $250,000.00 from our Angel Investor Barbara Corcoran through a syndicate, She would only invest $50k with the remainder $200k coming from pre-approved accredited investors. Barbara is also entitled to a 15% Carry that comes right off the top of any future profits generated within the syndicate. While it may seem a little confusing at first, Angel List has a Syndicate Help Center that goes into great detail how this all works.
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