Raising Capital for Companies

With access to a global community of investors, we make fundraising easy – so you can focus on growing your business.​

Why Raise Capital with CapBridge?

Flexible & Customised Structures

The flexibility of the private markets enables companies to use a wide range of investment structures to successfully close transactions. With the CapBridge lead and co-investment model, lead investors conduct due diligence and pricing negotiations, enabling co-investors such as Family Offices and UHNWIs to participate in the same financing round on the same terms.

For companies seeking growth capital from the private markets, via a lead and co-investment model.

Integrated & Efficient Process

CapBridge’s proprietary smart algorithm system enables fundraising companies to reach a wider and deeper global investor pool in a targeted manner. CapBridge complements existing financial advisors and intermediaries to achieve fundraising success.

For growth companies and SMEs seeking to raise pre-IPO or pre pre-IPO financing, as well as companies looking to broaden their investor base internationally.

Engage Global Investor Base

The CapBridge network helps companies broaden shareholder base and enhance connectivity, so that they can further build expertise, partnerships, and accelerate overseas expansion with strategic partners.

For companies aspiring to grow further through cross-border linkups and financing.

Learn About Private Markets

Just like public companies, private companies also require funding for its operations.  A large deal of capital funding is usually required during the startup and growth phases to address business expansion & ongoing operation needs. There are typically two main ways in which private companies can raise this capital: debt and equity. Some companies even use a combination of both.


Private Equity financing is done by selling shares of the private company stock for capital. These can be either common shares or preferred shares. Typically, equity investors rely on the stock to appreciate in value or the company to issue dividends for a return on their investment.


Debt financing occurs when the private company borrows money and agrees to pay it back to the lender at a later date. The most common types of debt capital used are bank loans and corporate bonds. Debt holders / investors usually earn an interest which the company is required to repay on the borrowed amount, at the end of the debt term.


Some private companies use a variety of equity-linked or debt-linked hybrid instruments as an alternative form of capital financing. An example is convertible bonds – a financing instrument where the private company borrows money as debt but agrees to issue equity (i.e. stock) in lieu of cash repayment of the debt capital, at a later date.


In recent times, it has become evident that private markets play a key role in most investor (institutional, professional, accredited and sophisticated) portfolios and this creates a vital source of equity and debt financing for all types of private companies.

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How do Convertible Bonds Work?

Reduced Borrowing Costs

Reduced Borrowing Costs

Compared to unsecured loans, convertible bonds typically confer lower borrowing costs than regular loans as the bond includes rights to allow repayment of the loan with equity interests in some cases (instead of actual cash) and at lower interest rates.

Risk Adjusted Offering

Risk Adjusted Offering

The typical duration of convertible bonds for a company is approximately 1 to 3 years (to conversion /repayment). The company can set applicable discount rates, valuation caps, milestone events and conversion rights to manage the risk and reliability of its investor’s investment and founder’s dilution.

Better Investor Perception

Investor Perception

Investors and companies are not forced to negotiate and determine a valuation for the company at the point of investment, which is typically a time-consuming, expensive and difficult process in a traditional equity fundraise setting.

Limited Risks

Reduced Borrowing Costs

Typically, investors would get initial investment plus any interest earned returned if investor does not convert prior to maturity. The interest can be equated to the dividend payout associated with certain stocks, but investors also get the benefit of price appreciation if that stock goes up in value.

Higher Yield Potential

Higher Yield Potential

Potential to earn a higher return with these bonds compared to traditional corporate bonds since a convertible bond includes the option to be converted into stock, a rise in the stock price also increases the value of the convertible.

To Start Fundraising with CapBridge


Set up a company profile to start your fundraising journey.


Indicate your fundraising preferences to start matching with suitable investors.


Share information confidentially through a secure dataroom.


Conclude your fundraising campaign by completing required documentation when target amount is met, and funds raised will be transferred.

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Featured Funded Deals


A late-stage clinical biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of therapeutics using its proprietary PRINT® technology to transform the lives of patients.


USD22 million


Medical Technology

A precision healthcare company that has a partnership with Leica Biosystems to support research on circulating tumor cells.


SGD4 million


Internet Software and Services

Combining data analysis, rich content and social elements to help users log, understand, manage and improve their health and wellness.


USD25 million


Construction and Engineering

A California-based company that created the world’s first successful water-borne data centre.


USD25 million

Financial Services

A highly visible Singapore-based boutique value fund manager with a focus on listed Asian securities.


SGD5.6 million



The first and fastest-growing online grocery platform in Southeast Asia.


USD26 million

Nautilus Data Technologies 

– $25 Million Raised
Private Placement

A California-based company that created the world’s first successful water-borne data centre.


Significant interest was garnered from well-established investors globally and in Singapore, including Keppel T&T.


Read more on Straits Times.


– $4 Million Raised

CapBridge facilitated the secondary offering for Singapore-based Clearbridge Biomedics, a precision healthcare company that has a partnership with Leica Biosystems to support research on circulating tumor cells.

Biolidics filed for an IPO in 2018 and are currently listed on Catalist.

Read more on Business Times.


– $25 Million Raised

A Japanese company that combines data analysis, rich content and social elements to help users log, understand, manage and improve their health and wellness.

CapBridge facilitated and raised a portion of the fundraising in 2018.


– $22 Million Raised

Liquidia raised its pre-IPO round via CapBridge in 2017 and filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq Capital Market a year later.


The esteemed list of lead and co-investors included visionary venture capital firms, sophisticated family offices and corporate investment vehicles.


Read more on AsiaOne.

Aggregate Asset Management

– $5.6 Million Raised
1Exchange Listing

CapBridge facilitated Aggregate Asset Management (AAM) in its private placement for the first ever listing on the private securities exchange, 1exchange.


AAM received an over-subscription for S$5.6M of equity via a six-week placement campaign conducted on CapBridge platform. They successfully listed on 1exchange platform on 10 July 2019 and is now available for trading on 1exchange.


Read more here.

Raise Capital with CapBridge

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