T.A. Sheehan & Co.

Est. 1988

Venture Capital

Venture Capital provides long-term, committed share capital, to help unquoted companies grow and succeed. If you are looking to start up, expand, buy into a business, buy out a division of your parent company, turnaround or revitalise a company, then Venture Capital could help.

Obtaining Venture Capital is very different from raising debt or a loan from a lender, such as a bank. Lenders, who usually seek security such as a charge over the assets of the company, will charge interest on a loan and seek repayment of the capital. Venture Capital is invested in exchange for a stake in your company and, as shareholders, the investors’ returns are dependent on the growth and profitability of your business.

The investment is unsecured, fully at risk and usually does not have defined repayment terms. It is this flexibility which makes Venture Capital an attractive and appropriate form of finance for early stage and knowledge-based projects in particular.

If you feel a Venture Capital requirement is appropriate for your business contact us to discuss further.