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Types of investors for startups
Startups can raise funds from many types of investors. Learn more about angels, accelerators, crowdfunding, VCs, and other types of investors.
What is a registered investment adviser (RIA)?
A registered investment adviser (RIA) is anyone whose work in the financial sector requires them to register with the SEC or a state securities authority.
What is Form ADV?
Form ADV is a disclosure document that all investment advisers must submit to the SEC and to relevant state securities regulators.
What is a general partner?
A limited partnership involves at least one general partner and at least one limited partner. Learn more about the GP's role in venture and private equity.
Why VCs aren’t dwelling on the rise in down rounds
Down rounds have grown more common in 2023. But VCs say there’s important context behind the climb.
Introducing Carta’s SAFE Insights tool
Founders trying to strategize the terms of their next round now have access to benchmark data for companies in the same industry, stage, and location.