Investing and trading

Get started with as little as €1 trading tokens and/or support companies alongside business angels, investors, and other professionals.

How do syndicates work?

Each investment opportunity brings together the company, its lead investor and a community of investors

What are the different instruments available?

Funderbeam supports four different financial instruments: equity, convertible note, fund and bonds.

What is an instrument multiplier?

What is a lead investor?

Find out more about leading a syndicate and the role of a syndicate administrator

What is an indication?

Description of the first stage of investing in an active syndicate

What is an investment proposal?

When the indication deadline has passed the lead investor will begin the next step towards completing the fundraising campaign

What is the smallest amount I can invest?

This is the minimum financial barrier to begin using the platform

What are the additional costs?

When investing and/or trading, understand all the fees involved

At what price should I trade?

A few things to consider before buying or selling investments

What happens when a company exits?

When a company has been sold/purchased or goes public (IPO)

What tax information do I need to be aware of?

Declaration, documentation, and liabilities

What happens if Funderbeam/Startup goes out of business?

What will happen to my investment?

How do I get information about investments?

Before and after investing into a company this is what you can/should expect

How do I start trading?

The beginner's process of buying and selling investments

How can a company become tradable on Funderbeam?

An outline of the various options in becoming tradable on the platform

What is priority right?

When you are an investor in a syndicate, you have a special right to purchase investments before everyone else outside the syndicate

Is it possible to list already existing assets?

Clean up your cap table and make your assets tradable

What are the costs for trading?

For now, trading is absolutely free!

Which country’s residents are not allowed to trade or invest on Funderbeam?

The countries excluded from trading and investing on Funderbeam

How does Funderbeam avoid market manipulation?

We do not tolerate deliberate attempts to interfere with our marketplace

Why is trading closed?

This article explains why trading is not possible in certain situations and how you can find information about when it will be again

How do I add and withdraw funds from my wallet?

What you need to know about adding money to and withdrawing money from your account

Why do you need my phone number?

What two-factor authentication is and why we require it for transactions on funderbeam

How do I invest in a syndicate?

The steps that are involved when an investor wants to invest in a syndicate

What is the difference between primary and secondary market?

The main differences between the two terms

Information on EIS and SEIS

Can investors benefit from EIS and SEIS on Funderbeam? What are these schemes anyway? Learn more here

Why are some investments restricted more than others?

Understand why some investments, specifically funds, are more restricted than others

How do you make your shares tradable?

Why you should transfer your shares and how does the nominee structure work?

How do you transfer an Estonian company’s shares to Funderbeam

How to transfer between Funderbeam and personal securities account

Are there fees for making your shares tradable?

What payment methods can I use?

Information about Bank, Card and Transferwise Payments to your Funderbeam wallet and currency conversion

How to make a payment with your card

A step by step process on how to use card payments when adding funds to your Funderbeam wallet

What are the differences between a loan-based SPV and a Nominee?

Choosing the best legal structure for your fundraise and understanding the fundraising model before investing.