Just How Safe is a Simple Agreement for Future Equity?
Marty Tate, partner at Carman Lenhoff Israelsen, explains in this interview what a SAFE or Simple Agreement for Future Equity is and just how safe it is for both issuers and investors. If you’ve ever wanted to invest in an equity crowdfunding campaign, you do not want to miss this episode.
Preliminary Interview with Marty Tate, the Partner of CLI.
The following is a brief pre-interview that provides context for the recorded interview you may watch or listen to at the top of this article.
More about CLI:
CLI is a boutique corporate finance and securities law firm
For-profit or Nonprofit: For-profit
Marty Tate’s bio:
I specialize in advising clients in securities law, crowdfunding, fintech, token sales, peer-to-peer lending, private equity, and fund formation and management. I am passionate about crowdfunding, fintech and private equity, and continue to play a national role in these ever-evolving areas of securities law.
I also counsel clients on complex structured finance, investment advisory, real estate and asset backed lending, mortgage securitization, lease financing, real estate development, securities and M&A.
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