Registration for Investors is free of charge and at no obligation.
The Investors share in the enterprise is based on the full amount invested by the Investors.
The enterprise raising the capital pays ISOB's success fees.
For the enterprise raising capital- ISOB's fee is payable only upon closing.
1. Prior to the capital raising closing.
Enterprises applying for fundraising must pay registration fees of NIS 500 plus V.A.T to ISOB, upon submission of their application,payable by credit card.
The enterprise uses its service providers and legal advisers for preparing the "Enterprise Business Profile" and the "Capital Raising Documents".
2. Upon Closing.
ISOB charges a success fee of 6% plus V.A.T of the amount raised by the enterprise.
The Enterprise will grant ISOB warrants exercisable into shares of the enterprise under the same terms and warrants granted to the Investors in the capital fundraising. The warrants will constitute 20% of the warrants granted to the Investors (not from the shares), if granted.
Investment or transaction in securities of private companies might be high-risk transactions and may result in the loss of the full or part of the amount invested, or, involve difficulties in obtaining liquidity of the assets acquired. Please make sure that you make such transactions only in connection with such amounts which you are willing and capable to jeopardize.
* Wherever the term "underwriting" appears, It should be clarified that it does not mean "underwriting" as defined in the Israeli Securities Law 5728 (1968).
** This site is intended for registered investors, who comply with one or more of the definitions of the first scheduleof the Israeli Securities Law 5728 (1968), ("Accredited Investors").
*** "Securities Law" – The Israeli Securities Law 5728 (1968)