Cap Tables & Shareholding Structures

Understand how shares are issued to investors & how dilution works. Learn to prepare pre & post-money cap tables.

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How FundEnable Assists You In Creating Cap Tables

Learn the math of cap tables

Complete FundEnable’s online course to learn how shares are created & issued, the maths of dilution, calculating the price per share, & creating cap tables.

Prepare your startup’s cap table

Generate the pre & post-investment cap table for your startup using FundEnable’s cap table calculator by entering simple investment details.

Get guidance for your funding round

Schedule a 1-on-1 meeting with FundEnable’s experts to understand the shareholding structure, share issuance, dilution, etc for your funding round.

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FAQs

  • New shares have to be issued since the previous shareholders are not selling their stake in the company during an equity investment. To provide stake to the investor, stakes of the other shareholders get diluted while the number of shares owned by them remain the same. Hence new shares have to be issued to the investor.
  • Valuation increases as a consequence of funding. Valuation of a company represents the price of all shares in the company. The new price per share can be found using this valuation. Mathematically, dividing the post money valuation of the company by the total number of shares issued across all shareholders gives the new price per share. 
  • Absolutely. ESOPs are considered as an independent shareholder in both the pre and post money cap tables. The stake contributed to ESOP is also liable to dilution on investment while the number of shares attributed to ESOPs remain the same.