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Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs)

Investing on a Deal by Deal Basis into any Purchasable Asset

What are Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs)?

An SPV is a distinct legal entity created by a company for a specific, often isolated, financial purpose. Its primary function is to hold and manage assets, risks, or liabilities associated with a particular financial transaction, venture, or project. By doing so, the parent company can ring-fence potential risks and protect its core operations.

Key Points about SPVs

  • Asset Segregation: SPVs are designed to separate certain assets and risks from the parent company, providing a layer of protection against financial risks and liabilities.

  • Financial Transactions: SPVs are commonly used in complex financial transactions like securitization, real estate investments, mergers, acquisitions, and more. They help in efficiently structuring and managing these transactions.

  • Risk Management: Utilizing SPVs allows companies to isolate risks associated with specific ventures, mitigating the impact on the broader organization in case of financial distress.

  • Legal Independence: SPVs operate with legal independence, often with a specific governance structure. They are bankruptcy-remote, meaning their financial troubles don't spill over to the parent company.

You Can Have It All

With Harmonious, you can have your SPV ready to onboard investors in a matter of hours rather than days or weeks while not giving up customization or security. 

The Harmonized SPV

What You Get

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • 10 Years of Administrative Services

  • Delware Series LLC SPV

  • EIN

  • Bank Account

  • Fund Document Templates

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Capital Account Statement

  • Investor Onboarding

    • United States & International Investors Allowed

    • Know Your Customer & Anti Money Laundering Checks​

    • Accrediation Verification

    • Signing of Fund Documents

    • Funding via Wire or ACH

  • 1st Year K1 Taxes with 1065 ​

  • 1st Close

  • 1st Cash Distribution

  • Exit Support (IPO, M&A, SPAC, etc.)

What You Bring

  • Asset to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

  • Management Fee Terms

  • Carry Terms 

What You Can Added

  • Additional Closes

  • Zero K1s

  • 2nd+ Years of K1s

  • Finanical Statements

  • Distributions

What You Get

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • 10 Years of Administrative Services

  • Delware Series LLC SPV

  • EIN

  • Bank Account

  • Fund Document Templates

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Delaware Franchiase Fees

  • Capital Account Statement

  • Investor Onboarding

    • United States & International Investors Allowed

    • Know Your Customer & Anti Money Laundering Checks​

    • Accrediation Verification

    • Signing of Fund Documents

    • Funding via Wire or ACH

  • 1st Year K1 Taxes with 1065 ​

  • 1st Close

  • 1st Cash Distribution

  • Exit Support (IPO, M&A, SPAC, etc.)

What You Bring

  • Asset to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

  • Management Fee Terms

  • Carry Terms 

What You Can Added

  • Additional Closes

  • Zero K1s

  • 2nd+ Years of K1s

  • Finanical Statements

  • Cash Distributions

Pricing

  • Raises under $500k- $5,000 One Time for 10 Years

  • Raised over $500k- $7,500 One Time for 10 Years

  • Additional Closes- $1,500 per Close

  • Cash Distributions- $1,500 per Distribution

  • K1s- $2,000 per set

The Custom SPV

What You Get

What You Bring

  • Asset to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

  • Management Fee Terms

  • Carry Terms 

What You Can Added

  • Additional Closes

  • Zero K1s

  • 2nd+ Years of K1s

  • Finanical Statements

  • Distributions

What You Get

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • 10 Years of Administrative Services

  • Delware Series LLC SPV

  • EIN

  • Bank Account

  • Fund Document Templates

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Delaware Franchise Fees

  • Capital Account Statement

  • Investor Onboarding

    • United States & International Investors Allowed

    • Know Your Customer & Anti Money Laundering Checks​

    • Accrediation Verification

    • Signing of Fund Documents

    • Funding via Wire or ACH

  • 1st Close

  • Exit Support (IPO, M&A, SPAC, etc.)

What You Bring

  • Asset to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

  • Management Fee Terms

  • Carry Terms 

What You Can Added

  • Additional Closes

  • Zero K1

  • Finanical Statements

  • cash Distributions

Pricing

  • Standalone SPV- $2,500 per year

  • Master Entity- $1,300 per year

  • Series SPV- $2,000 for first year, $1500 for additional years

  • Additional Closes- $1,500 per Close

  • Cash Distributions- $1,500 per Distribution

  • K1s- $2,000 per set

  • Financial Statments- Starting at $1,000 per set

Migration/Takeover SPV

What You Get

What You Bring

  • Asset to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

  • Management Fee Terms

  • Carry Terms 

What You Can Added

  • Additional Closes

  • Zero K1s

  • 2nd+ Years of K1s

  • Finanical Statements

  • Distributions

Multi-Year Contract

Pricing: $5,000 One Time

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • 10 Years of Administrative Services

  • Fund & Investor Data Transfer

  • Bank Account

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Delaware Franchise Fees

  • Capital Account Statement

  • 1 set of K1s

  • 1st Cash Distribution

  • Exit Support (IPO, M&A, SPAC, etc.)

  • Distributions- $1,500 per Cash Distribution

  • K1s- $2,000 per set

  • Financial Statments- Starting at $1,000 per set

Yearly Contract

Pricing: $1,500 One Time

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • 10 Years of Administrative Services

  • Fund & Investor Data Transfer

  • Bank Account

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Delaware Franchise Fees

  • Capital Account Statement

  • 1st Cash Distribution

  • Exit Support (IPO, M&A, SPAC, etc.)

What You Can Added

Who Uses Special Purpose Vehicles?

Syndicates

Syndicates stand out as avid adopters of Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs), employing them as their preferred fund mechanism for deal-by-deal fundraising. SPVs serve as the cornerstone of their fundraising strategy, allowing for a compartmentalized approach in financing individual deals. This strategic use of SPVs not only optimizes their investment structure but also enables efficient fundraising, enhancing their ability to capitalize on specific opportunities. In essence, SPVs emerge as the go-to instrument for syndicates, empowering them to navigate and engage in deal-by-deal investments with agility and precision.

Angel Investors & Groups

Angel investors and groups unite through Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) to collectively invest in a chosen project or portfolio company they strongly believe in. This collaborative approach leverages the power of pooled resources and expertise to support and nurture promising ventures. SPVs serve as a focused investment tool, enabling a unified financial commitment towards a shared vision. Through this method, angel investors and groups maximize their impact by combining their financial backing and strategic insights, fostering growth and innovation within the chosen venture or portfolio company they collectively endorse.

Founders

Entrepreneurs strategically employ Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) to maintain the integrity of their captable, orchestrating the consolidation of investors contributing smaller monetary amounts. This approach ensures a streamlined financial structure while accommodating a diverse range of backers. Beyond financial efficiency, utilizing SPVs allows for the simplification and consolidation of both family and friends rounds as well as pre-seed rounds. It facilitates a cohesive and organized process, enabling founders to manage and allocate investments effectively, ultimately contributing to a more efficient and successful funding journey.

Venture Capital & Private Equity Funds

Venture Capital & Private Equity funds strategically leverage Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) to aggregate smaller investments, meeting the fund's minimum requirements, facilitating co-investments, or securing additional allocations alongside the fund's primary investment. By utilizing SPVs in this manner, venture funds optimize their fundraising approach, ensuring they reach crucial funding thresholds while enabling participation from a broader spectrum of investors. This versatile tool empowers funds to efficiently orchestrate collaboration, enhancing their ability to seize investment opportunities and effectively support startups in their portfolio through coordinated efforts and diversified financial backing.

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