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If you’re negotiating for equity financing, bridge financing, bank financing, venture debt, or a commercial transaction for your startup, you may be asked to issue a warrant as part of the deal. This COOLEYGO’ article explains what a warrant is, and outlines some of the key terms to understand.
What is a Warrant?
A warrant is an agreement between two parties – the “issuer” (i.e., a company) and the “holder” of the warrant – that entitles the holder to purchase the issuer’s stock at a specified price within a certain time frame.