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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 10: Resolving problems with other Investors

Introduction

In the previous two chapters I discussed managing investments and how to resolve some of the common corporate problems that you are likely to encounter. Dealing with your fellow investors is a completely different issue and, as it can cause a great deal of ire, I have devoted a chapter to this thorny subject.

You might think that the investors in a company would have a common motivation to work together towards an agreed goal. You would be wrong though. Sometimes I think resolving issues between investors takes more time than helping with a company’s growth ambitions.

The characteristics of different types of investors give the clues to many of the issues that can arise when ...

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