New Mexico Angel Syndicate

The New Mexico Angel Syndicate is an online portal for showcasing startups raising funding to accredited investors from the New Mexico Angel Network. Accredited investors can review the pitch deck, investor documents, and term sheet online.

New Mexico Angels was founded in 2001 with a mission to fund New Mexico startups.

New Mexico Angels’ mission is to provide opportunities where its members can obtain outstanding financial returns by investing in early-stage companies in New Mexico and the Southwest Region and accelerating them to market leadership.

Since its inception, the program has invested over $20M startups since 1999.

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Those who want to invest review the startup opportunities and invest online.

There’s no obligation to invest.

Mentors are tapped to help startups who need coaching.

Supporters provide networking and connections to others.

How does it work?

For startups launching their deal on the platform, we upload their investor documents for preview before it goes live.

When approved by the company, the deal goes live on the platform and Investors can submit soft-circled interest in the deal.

When enough interest is reached, the deal goes live for funding and investors can invest in the deal.

Investors review the investment documents including the pitch deck, term sheet, and diligence.

Investors sign the documents electronically and submit funds through wire transfers which are held in a bank account set up for the SPV.

Invested funds are released to the startup at the end of the campaign. Arrangements can be made to release the funds on a milestone basis.

The platform will create the legal documents for the SPV, a bank account for the funds, and provide the tax reporting documents.

Each year, the platform will provide tax documents to the investors.

What does it cost?

The cost is $2500 per SPV plus $100 per investor in the deal, and a 10% carry. The cost of the platform is taken from the funds raised. Carry is the profit from the investment after the principal investments are paid back. Carry is paid when the startup has a liquidity event.

Payment is due upon closing and is taken out of the total amount raised. One can see the total raise amount, the fee amount, and the final investment amount in the dashboard.

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Disclaimer: TEN Capital is not a registered broker-dealer and does not offer investment advice or advise on the raising of capital through securities offerings. TEN does not recommend or otherwise suggest that any investor make an investment in a specific company, or that any company offer securities to a particular investor. No securities transactions are executed or negotiated on or through the TEN program.