I have company with 100 share £1 each.
I have an investor who want to invest £10,000 and the company has £17k director loan owed to me.
what would be the best way to do it.
The new investor is happy for me to take 10 loan back from the company.
In this situation you could issue a further 100 new shares of nominal value £1 each to the investor so he would have 50% of the company. Make sure the terms of your deal (including the arrangement with the director’s loan) is recorded in a subscription agreement which you both execute before the deal completes / the investor transfers the £10k.
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