My April 2019 book, The Fairshare Model, presents an idea for a performance-based capital structure for a venture-stage initial public offering–a public raise of venture capital. The concept can be applied to a blockchain venture that raises equity capital via an initial coin offering. I call it the Fairshare Model because it balance and aligns the interests of investors and employees.
I am a consulting CFO/Controller skilled in start-up and turnaround situations. I am also a project resource for established companies. Areas of strength include:
• Strategy development & implementation • Certified in restructuring leadership (CTP-D)
• Capital formation • Audit prep & restatements
• SEC reporting • M&A (FAS 141/142)
• Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) • Stock-based comp (FAS 123R)
The fourth annual F50 Global Capital Summit® (GCS). GCS is one of the Silicon Valley Bay Area’s flagship events for the startup venture ecosystem. The theme of this year’s summit is Seeding the future and it will be held on Wednesday, April 30th at Stanford University. I hope you can attend and look forward to meeting you.
GCS 2019 is organized by F50, Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs, and Community Media SVE.io. The summit will feature 30+ speaking sessions including thought leader talk, investment trends, and extraordinary products and innovations, around 500 attendees from world-leading corporations, and the global investment ecosystem. The attendees are corporate executives, angel investors, venture funds, influential long-term investors, and a small group of high-potential local early founders.