These are the documents available under the fundraising category for Singapore:

  1. Convertible Note Certificate: It is a certificate that evidences the investor’s title to the convertible note.  
  2. Convertible Note Instrument: It sets out the definitive terms and conditions of the convertible note, including the interest rate, maturity date and conversion mechanism.
  3. Convertible Note Subscription Agreement: It is a contract for an investor to subscribe for convertible note, which is a debt instrument that converts into equity under predefined conditions.
  4. Convertible Note Subscription Letter: It is a letter for an investor to subscribe for convertible note.
  5. Convertible Note Term Sheet: It is a simple, non-legally binding document that records the major terms of negotiation between a company and investors for the issue of convertible notes.
  6. Ordinary Shares Investment Agreement: It is a contract for an investor to invest in a company and get ordinary shares in return.
  7. Ordinary Shares Investment Term Sheet: It is a record of discussions between the founders of a business and an investor for a potential investment by ordinary shares.
  8. Preference Shares Investment Agreement: It is a record of discussions between the founders of a business and an investor for a potential investment by preference shares.
  9. Preference Shares Investment Term Sheet: It is a record of discussions between the founders of a business and an investor for a potential investment by preference shares.
  10. SAFE Pro Rata Rights Agreement: It is a letter by which a company gives pro rata rights to a Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE) investor.
  11. Share Certificate: It is a certificate that evidences the holder’s title to shares. You may use this certificate for ordinary shares or a different class of shares.
  12. Share Subscription Letter: It is a simple, direct letter to apply for the issue of new shares.
  13. Shareholders' Agreement: It is an agreement that regulates the relationship among shareholders of a company, defines their respective rights and obligations, and states how the decisions will be made.
  14. Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE): It is a contract by which an investor makes a cash investment into a company in return for the rights to subscribe for new shares in future. 

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