How I will be able in the future to get the money invested?

I would like to know in the future how I can get my money back from this investment? Thank you

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I think you can get your money back when they do an IPO or you need to look for someone who will buy your shares from you personally

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Few options:

  • if Etergo goes public and gets traded, you can sell your shares then at hopefully a much higher value than what you paid for them
  • as long as they are not public, you could sell them at their ‘fair market value’ to others.

They have it well described in the rules of their prospectus.

Cheers,

Frank

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Cool ,

so I would be able also to sell privately, I didn’t read too much information on the prospect.

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Thank you for your questions, they are very interesting, indeed.

Shares in a private company are a little different from public shares in that they do not have a market place in the same way as say, Apple or Tesla shares. These shares are a medium term investment to be held for a few years rather than months. To sell the shares, you need to find a buyer and agree on a share price. Once you have done this, you need to contact us and we will help you complete the process.

I hope this answers your question but you can contact us (https://etergo.com/contact) anytime if you have any further questions or feedback.

Have a nice day!

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Dear Sir/Madam,
As told, this round of funding is without limit. But, then what shareholding pattern you are exactly aiming for? I request you to please provide the current shareholding pattern & final shareholding pattern that you are targetting after this final round of funding. I think you can’t keep collecting funds.

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HI Mahesh

You can find the shareholding pattern in the prospectus https://etergo.com/prospectus

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Hello Clair,
I went through the prospectus a bit but I request you to please explain my query in lay man language. I am confused between depository receipts & shares. what is the difference & how does it affect the ownership? I want you to explain in simple way.

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Hi Mahesh

A depositary receipts is a certificate linked to a share. The actual share is held by the foundation (called: Stichting Administratiekantoor Etergo II). The voting rights connected to the share can only be executed by the foundation. The depository receipts holder (you) holds the economic rights connected to the share. I hope this helps

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I need more information on the topic of how to invest my money, greetings

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Hi @The_Latin_American_A

Thanks a lot for your question! The crowdfunding campaign successfully ended on 22nd Nov at 23:59 CEST, which means it is no longer possible to invest. However, please sign up at https://etergo.com/invest/signup to be notified if a new opportunity comes up and get exclusive early access! You can also have a look at our pitch deck and prospectus where we have all gathered all necessary information regarding investment! Hopefully, those documents will give you all the information you require.

Pitch-deck https://etergo.com/invest/pitch-deck
Prospectus www.etergo.com/prospectus

If you have any other questions or comments, please do not hesitate to write here or contact us at [email protected] :slight_smile:

And if that wasn’t fully what you meant, please specify what exactly you need more information about and I will do my best to help you out!

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