Yes, you can use it to contact people, hire, manage your company's profile and fundraise offline.
Online fundraising products are available to EU startups but there may be restrictions on accepting investors from your home country. Contact email@example.com to discuss specifics.
Public fundraising is not permitted in most European countries. Check with your lawyer about your country's rules.
Yes. However, investors from the same European country as the company may not be able participate in the syndicate.
Under US law, you can as long as you meet the US tax & legal obligations:
UK syndicates use a different legal structure to allow UK investors to benefit from EIS and SEIS tax breaks. Backers co-invest into the startup alongside the Lead. We use a nominee, Capita IRG Trustees Limited, to hold shares in the startup on behalf of the Backers.
All investor who meet UK accreditation standards can invest in UK Syndicates. You will be asked to confirm your UK accreditation status if you are a non-UK investor. If you meet US accreditation standards you will qualify as an accredited investor in the UK but still accredit for UK Syndicate deals.
The Syndicate Lead will invest directly into the startup. Backers co-invest alongside the lead on the same terms by signing a co-investment agreement. This co-investment agreement allows our Investment Manager, Larpent Newton, to invest in the Startup on behalf of the Backers. Backers agree to pay the Lead and AngelList carry.
Yes - if the company is a qualifying investment and the Backer is a UK tax payer. Please note that the tax treatment of your investments may change and you should always seek tax advice when investing in Startups.
AngelList Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Some Syndicate leads have opted into using the existing US based structure to run their syndicate.
UK investors can invest in all syndicates on AngelList, regardless of location and currency denomination.