What do you mean by non-diluted shares? Does this mean that certain shareholders' percentage interest in the company does ot change as additional shares are issued by the corporation?
Yes. You are correct.
I can tell you how to do it but I need to know how many shares are outstanding and how many shares are being issued by the company. Also, are the new shareholders just getting a specified number of shares or a specified percentage interest in the company?
So sorry for the delay, but I was out of the office for a few days. To answer your question to me:
Currently, the company has issued 1,000 units (it's an LLC). Only one investor has an undiluted position--he will be purchasing up to 15% of the company in installments. So going forward, here's the scenario:
Investor 1: 50% diluted position
Investor 2: 25% diluted position
Investor 3: 15% diluted position
Investor 4: 10% Undiluted position
What is the Excel calculation, if Investor 4 purchases at additional 2%...then a 12% Undiluted Postion, how do I derive the other percentages?
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