Who can raise on STAX?
These criteria aren’t meant to frighten you off. We owe it to our investors to dot every I and cross every T. We also want to present the best, most thoroughly vetted investment opportunities.
Your principal place of business, and the majority of your directors, must be based in Australia.
Your company can’t be currently listed on any exchange, either in Australia or overseas.
Use of funds
The funds raised on STAX can’t be used to invest in other entities, or to provide a loan.
A company’s fundraising goals need to be achievable. They also need to have enough runway to survive without STAX (and our crowd).
Every STAX campaign meets the Australian regulatory requirements for equity crowdfunding and IPO investment. You can read about them here.
We make sure the deal terms are favourable for investors, and that the valuation cap is set appropriately (given the company’s size etc.)
Without a sound business model, and a proven capacity for generating revenue, a company can’t get on STAX. Simple as that.
STAX undertakes a full ASIC register check on every company, including background checks on senior management.
Raise your own way.
If we believe traditional debt funding is best for you, that’s exactly what we’ll recommend. Our team can help you find the right funding, not just the easy funding.