Comercial Moderna

Medellín , Colombia

Traditionally, companies kept important documents in a secure room that possible buyers could access during due diligence. These documents are now stored digitally in data rooms. Investors are able to access information such as your articles of association patents, intellectual property and the legal structure of your business, including contracts, stock vesting, and a cap table (which breaks down who owns how much) prior to committing to invest in your business.

It’s important to have the correct documentation promptly when you’re preparing a document for an investor, a sale or an acquisition. This will make the process easier and reduce the possibility of omitting any important information.

Virtual data rooms offer the security of sharing and storing IP and licensing documents. Security features like audit logs and user permissions settings, watermarking, and restrictions on printing/download help prevent information leakage and data breaches.

Lawyers typically deal with large volumes of confidential materials in a litigation. Virtual data rooms are the most efficient method of handling this material due to their robust encryption methods, and granular security controls. VDRs also permit lawyers to share and collaborate on files with clients, while protecting the confidentiality of sensitive information.

As soon as you begin pitching investors, a data room for investors should be set up to ensure that investors have access to all the information necessary to conduct due diligence. This will ensure they are aware of what you’re offering and make an informed choice on whether or not they want to collaborate with you.

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