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How To Become A Business Angel: Practical advice for aspiring investors in unquoted companies by Richard Hargreaves

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Chapter 8: Active investment management

Introduction

This chapter will look at the framework you need if you want to actively manage your investments. At its heart is a discussion about the role of non-executive director. This role does involve legal formalities and some personal risks but it is the best way for an angel investor to be close to all that goes on in the company they have invested in.

In the chapter I look in depth at what value a non-executive director can add and how this might be done.

Initial formalities

Having just invested in a company, you need first to check the bureaucracy:

  • You should have a share certificate and a copy of all legal documents.
  • If the investment is EIS qualifying, the company is responsible ...

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