Anyone knows what is the right of co–sale?

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Also referred to as “tag-along rights”, this agreement stipulates that if a founder decides to sell their shares to a potential buyer,  the original investor can demand that their shares are offered to the buyer for the same amount. If the buyer is unable or unwilling to purchase both founder and investor shares for the same price, then the founder cannot sell their stake. Again, this provides an element of control where an investor can put a halt on a sale or ensure that they receive a return on their investment when a founder sells up.

acr30 Expert Answered on September 7, 2015.
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