How will I receive deal invitations? ?
Whenever a Lead launches a deal, they will invite the LPs via personal notes which the LPs will receive in their inboxes.
You can see a list of all the deals that you are invited to, on the Deal Invites Page on your Investor Dashboard.
Can I control the deal invitations that I receive?
Self-accredited Investors who have $2.1 million in assets, exclusively receive invitations for the Syndicates that they back. However, if they do not wish to receive invitations from any particular Syndicate, they can leave the Syndicate by clicking on the Syndicates tab on the Investor Dashboard and then selecting the Syndicate they wish to leave.
Self-accredited Investors who have more than $2.1 million in assets qualify for receiving direct deal invites. The GPs who have deals that the Lilypads’ investment committee deems to be investable and profitable can send direct deal invites to the LPs who match their investment thesis.
If you are an LP, you can control the type of direct deal invites that you receive by updating your investment thesis. For that, you need to click on the Investor settings and adjust the filters of investment according to your preference. Furthermore, if you want to stop receiving direct deal invites entirely, you can uncheck all Syndicates in the Deal Source section.
Can I share deal invitations with others?
No, you cannot share deal invitations with others as all the deals on Lilypads are private and highly confidential. Sharing deal invitations and information with others can result in your removal from the Lilypads platform.
Is it possible to cancel my investment?
You can mail us at [email protected] to clarify your concerns regarding the cancellation of your investment. However, please note that all investment cancellations are entirely the discretion of the GP.
Typically after a subscription has been formally closed, it cannot be canceled and Lilypads does not guarantee investment cancellation in such cases
This help page and the information contained herein is provided for informational and discussion purposes only and is not intended to be a recommendation for any investment or other advice of any kind, and shall not constitute or imply any offer to purchase, sell or hold any security or to enter into or engage in any type of transaction.
Investing in venture capital funds is inherently risky and illiquid. It involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for sophisticated and qualified investors.