From a legal point of view, profit participation rights are a capital transfer relationship under the law of obligations, in which the holder of the profit participation rights provides capital to a company in return for the granting of profit-sharing rights. In the context of our crowdinvesting campaign this means that you’ll transfer money to us for a fixed period of time and, in return, receive claims to a share of our profits or interest. In contrast to shareholders or partners of a company, you won’t become a co-owner of Tomorrow by owning participation rights, but remain a creditor. This means that you won’t acquire any voting rights or similar rights which you could use to influence Tomorrow's future strategic decisions.
Modified on: Wed, 13 Oct, 2021 at 4:18 PM
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