Is it unattractive to investors if I have a 51% Anti-Dilution Provision?
What is the investor perspective on non-dilutive equity? I am in a situation where the Founder of the business wants to offer me and other management non-dilutive equity (10% of total outstanding). While that is good for me/other management in the beginning, I am trying to figure Will it act as a deterrent for investors and reduce the valuation of our equity later. Appreciate if someone can offer some perspective here. Thanks!