What is a Cap Table?
A cap table acts as the place of record for the equity-based transactions of a company. In its simplified form, it is a list of a company’s shares and who holdsRead More
Tailor a Working from Home (WFH) Policy for your business
Working from home has become a staple part of the work landscape while dealing with Covid-19 and beyond. With many businesses realising they can operate at capacity outside of theRead More
How Do I Structure my Startup?
Before raising capital, hiring employees or selling to customers, your startup will need to decide and develop a formal business structure. The type of business structure you have (or decideRead More
How does my FinTech comply with the National Credit Code (NCC)?
Consumer credit activities, such as providing loans, credit cards, consumer leases, overdrafts and line of credit accounts, are heavily regulated by ASIC under the National Credit Code. If your FintechRead More
Legal considerations to prepare your startup for investment
Congratulations! Your startup is coming to life and you’re looking to grow it by raising funds. Raising capital can be an exciting and daunting process – and securing it mayRead More
Do you need a credit license from ASIC to operate a Fintech?
Today, more tools, apps and plugins are using technology to create new ways of providing financial information and services. “Fintechs” (financial technology) are making use of robo advisers, crowd-funding, peer-to-peerRead More
What is a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and when to have one?
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), sometimes referred to as a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), is often confused with a contract. However, there are key distinctions between an MOA and aRead More
Can I pay employees with shares?
It is common practise for startups to offer to pay employees with shares as a way of incentivising employees without affecting their cash flow. This can be arranged by anRead More