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How do I invest in a syndicate?

There are two ways to invest on Funderbeam – invest in an open investment offer or via trading on the Marketplace. Both require that you are a verified investor. This guide covers investing in an open investment offer.

Step 1 – Find an investment offer

To find an investment opportunity, browse the New Deals page for current investment offers.

Step 2 – indicate your interest

When you’ve found a suitable investment offer, you can indicate your interest. Click the “Invest” button on the investment offer to enter your indication.

The indication is not a legally binding contract, but rather a way to express your interest to invest in a particular investment offer. When the investment offer closes, the lead investor will send out investment proposals using your indication as a guide.

Step 3 – accept the proposal

When the investment offer has collected sufficient interest (surpassing the minimum target specified on the Terms tab), the offer is closed and the administrator will send official investment proposals to all investors whose indication was accepted.
You can either reject or accept the investment proposal. Once you accept, you will be legally obligated to invest and have the required amount of funds available in your Funderbeam wallet before the date of the payment deadline.

Step 4 – payment

After you’ve accepted the Investment Proposal, you will receive a payment notice and must ensure that you top up your Funderbeam wallet by the payment deadline at the latest.
If you have sufficient funds in your Funderbeam wallet to cover the investment, we will reserve these funds until the investment round is closed and you don’t have to do anything else.

Investment done

After funds are collected from all investors, the funds are transferred to the company and the instruments are distributed to your portfolio.

What is the smallest amount I can invest?

There are two ways to invest, through the primary (investment offers) and the secondary (trading) market. As a result there are two different minimums, outlined below;

Investing in Fundraising Companies

For each investment offer, the minimum investment amount is decided by the company and the lead investor. This minimum is set as the lead investor considers the startup’s funding needs, as well as the number and kind of potential investors.

Typically the minimum is between €250 and €1,000, but we recommend looking at the details of the investment offer page to find out the specific terms.

Trading through The Marketplace

Funderbeam offers a Marketplace for investors to trade their investments with each other. Buyers and sellers can post orders with flexible quantity and value so the cost to becoming an investor can fit any budget. You can find out more details about trading here

Warning: Investing in early-stage and growth companies puts your capital at risk. Please read our Risk Disclosure Statement


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The information about the investment opportunities profiled on this website is provided for general information and marketing purposes only and should not be considered an invitation or inducement to engage in any investment activity. Complete and comprehensive information about an investment opportunity is only available to investors who have been approved by a Funderbeam group entity

You should ensure you carefully read the Risk Disclosure Statement before deciding to proceed with any investment or transaction, including making a purchase of securities via the Marketplace. Funderbeam has taken steps to ensure that company and securities offering information is clear, fair and not misleading in accordance with its internal verification procedures. Funderbeam does not provide investment advice or any recommendation to invest. Any investment opportunity on this website should not be considered as an offer to the public and is not directed at or offered to anyone to whom it may not be so directed or offered, or located in a jurisdiction where it is unlawful to do so.

This page provides you with an overview of the services provided by different entities belonging to Funderbeam Group. In this page, we generally refer to the group as “Funderbeam”, “we”, “us” or “our”.

It is important to note that funds are raised, investments are made and trade orders are placed through three service provider entities: Funderbeam Markets AS (FBAS) (authorised and regulated by the Estonian Financial Supervision Authority under permit 4.1-1/212), Funderbeam Markets Limited (FML (authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority under FRN 794918), and (for trade orders only) Funderbeam Markets Pte. Ltd., (FB Pte). FBAS and FML are MIFID investment firms.

A Funderbeam client (whether investor or company) is a client of the service provider and under the protection of the requirements of the regulator under which that service provider operates: An EEA client’s service provider is FBAS, a UK/ non-EEA/ non-Singapore client’s service provider is FML, and a Singapore client’s service provider is FB Pte.

The Marketplace is operated as an organised market by Funderbeam Markets Pte. Ltd., in Singapore as a Recognised Market Operator (RMO) under the supervision of the Monetary Authority of Singapore. FBAS and FML are Trading Members of the RMO’s Marketplace. Access to the Marketplace for EEA and non-EEA clients is only provided by and through such clients’ service provider (ie FBAS or FML). The Marketplace does not provide services directly to investors outside Singapore.

With respect to any securities or investments offered by a US domiciled Fundraising Company, by visiting this site you confirm you are not a US resident or US person (as defined in Regulation S of the U.S. Securities Act of 1933) and you understand and agree that you are not acquiring any Investments for the account or benefit of any such US resident or US person. No investment opportunity in a US domiciled Fundraising Company is directed at US persons.