Cap Table with Shareholder Database Template

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Cap Table with Shareholder Database
Overview

This capitalization table (cap table) template includes an integrated database of shareholders, both institutional investors and employees. Easily assign share allocations to the right investor, and then drill down at any time to track and manage information about them. A cap table is designed to show the equity capitalization for a company. Cap tables are most commonly used by startups and early-stage businesses but all types of companies may use them. In general, the cap table is an intricate breakdown of a company’s shareholders’ equity including common equity shares, preferred equity shares, warrants, and convertible equity.

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