FAQ – ALCOR FUND

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The are several factors and risk assessment for any investment. ALCOR runs each project through its 40 risk parameters to understand the “Investability” of the company.  The 40 risk parameters are as follows

Investability Score

ALCOR puts a scoring system and invests directly in companies that score more than 85%. ALCOR supports companies through its Investment Bank to raise capital from 6500 active global Investors for those who score more than 60% but are less than 85%.

ALCOR Startup Fund invests in the seed stage after the minimum viable product (MVP) is completed, and third party market research, customer interviews would help. ALCOR’s Investment Bank assists companies to raise capital through Angel funds for a fee.

The investment range is between $500,000 and upwards to $10Million. Our Investment Bank can raise funds in the range from $200,000 to $20Mn for startups from other Funds/Angel Investors across the globe who have invested in similar types of projects.

The timeline to get funding ranges from twelve weeks to twenty weeks. The pitchbook is reviewed within two weeks. The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score accelerates the timeframe by four weeks. The Term sheet with all commercial terms will come in six weeks after the pitchbook and The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score has been reviewed and accepted. The due diligence will take anywhere between four weeks to ten weeks, and the final contract will take between two weeks to six weeks based on the final negotiation.

ALCOR will call for detailed due diligence based on the “Investability” Analysis. The documentation will call for more information on the promoters, the team, the market research, the company, the shareholding, the legal structure, legal documentation, financial model with BS, P&L, ratios, assumptions validation, and the like.

ALCOR will in investing cash for equity. In some instances, ALCOR will also take sweat equity in place of its “intellectual’ contribution.

In most cases, ALCOR will be a single investor. However, in some cases, if ALCOR needs specialist expertise, ALCOR may bring in co-investors who are industry specialists.

ALCOR does a variety of hybrid investments, including equity, debt, sweat equity, and warrants, based on the “Investability” of the company. We are not part of any SEIS or other government-backed programs or grants across the world.

The average funding ticket size is about $1 Million and ranges from $500,000 to $10 Million.

Our timeline is between 12 weeks to 20 weeks after the “Investaibility” report of the company.

ALCOR has various companies in its portfolio for direct investments, including software companies, Services Companies, Artificial Intelligence companies, Offshore services companies, healthcare companies, manufacturing companies, and acquisitions in the education industry. 

ALCOR Fund’s direct Investment ranges from $500,000 upwards to $10Mn. Our Investment Bank can raise funds in the range from $200,000 to $20Mn for startups from other Funds/Angel Investors across the globe who have invested in similar types of projects.

ALCOR Fund’s model is unique. ALCOR funds companies with a score of more than 85% for the Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment. If the score is less than 85% and above 60%, the Investment Bank engages and acts as an advisor with mutual permission and agreement to get the funds from a global list of 6500 active Investors in ALCOR’s database of international Investors.

ALCOR has its headquarter in the United States, with operations across 20 countries globally.

The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score does a risk analysis over 40 different parameters that Investors look at while investing in a company. In most cases, we have seen entrepreneurs cover about 10-15 risk parameters and do not secure funds because they have not covered the rest of the business risk parameters.

Yes. This assessment will be valid for all other funds and investors also. It will give any investor an immediate “Investability” score for any Investor to access your company’s potential to succeed. This will also help you understand your risks and mitigate them when you pitch to a series of Investors.

Only 1% of the pitch decks get invested. The rest, 99%, don’t get funding. Why? Because the rest, 99%, have a series of “Business Risks” that the promoters don’t know, that need to be mitigated. If the entrepreneurs knew these “Business Risks’, they would have mitigated and got the funding. This is payable because you identify the business risks, mitigate them, and you can use it to pitch too any Investor of your choice as an entrepreneur. The report helps you identify the risks and gap analysis in your company and advise you to mitigate them and solve these gaps to secure funding when pitching to different investors.

The Investability Assessment score of 85% plus and backed with all necessary data and due diligence push the probability of getting funding from ALCOR to a possibility of 90% funding chance. However, the Investment Committee will finally decide on investing in each company, based on the risk assessment and the potential to succeed.

You should provide a copy of the assessment already done along with your pitch book for review.

ALCOR has various companies in its portfolio for direct investments, including software companies, Services Companies, Artificial Intelligence companies, Offshore services companies, healthcare companies, manufacturing companies, and acquisitions in the education industry. 

The timeline to get funding ranges from twelve weeks to twenty weeks. The pitchbook is reviewed within two weeks. The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score accelerates the timeframe by four weeks. The Term sheet with all commercial terms will come in six weeks after the pitchbook and The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score has been reviewed and accepted. The due diligence will take anywhere between four weeks to ten weeks, and the final contract will take between two weeks to six weeks based on the final negotiation.

The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score fees is a small sum. You need to raise about 2-3% of the cost for fundraising from friends and family if you are serious about getting funding. Raising funding is a journey of its challenges and norms. You must be prepared to pitch to at least 50 plus investors to gain traction for funding.

ALCOR’s success rate for equity funding through its global Investment Bank is 83%.

You can get an Investability report from E&Y, Deloitte, KPMG, or PWC. ALCOR can give you the parameters.  

Yes. You can take a sample of the Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score on five parameters. The main report has 40 parameters to score.

The Artificial Intelligence Investability Risk Assessment Score does a risk analysis over 40 different parameters that Investors look at while investing in a company. In most cases, we have seen entrepreneurs cover about 10-15 risk parameters and do not secure funds because they have not covered the rest of the business risk parameters.

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