I didn’t have the cash to exercise my startup stock options. This Silicon Valley fund offered a way to do it without burying me in debt.
|12/14/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The Employee Stock Option, or ESO, Fund, which is based in Silicon Valley, offers a way for startup workers to exercise their stock options in exchange for a cut of the shares when the startup goes public or is acquired, plus fees and interest.
- ESO Fund’s financing are non-recourse loans. In other words, the firm takes on all the risk. If your options end up not being worth much because of a disappointing IPO or if they become worthless because the startup goes out of business, you wouldn’t have to pay back the money.
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