Investors

For Investors

Values Boston Harbor Angels Brings to Members

  • Exposure to a broad area of investment opportunities including IT, medical, consumer, real estate, internet, financial services, manufacturing, etc.
  • Monthly meetings that are focused with well prepared presenters.
  • Meetings that are relaxed and conducted in the spirit of colleagues rather than adversaries.
  • Association with a membership of proven business leaders committed to excellence in everything that we do.
  • The opportunity to join other members in an effective due diligence process that provides increased exposure to “risks and rewards” prior to actual investing.
  • The ability to network with other angel groups, where our recommendations and theirs are highly valued and provide access to additional capital and pre-screened investment opportunities.
  • A membership known for providing resources beyond money which attracts superior investment candidates.
  • The opportunity for continued interaction with successful presenters that provides the gratification of giving something back.
  • Exposure to leading educational institutions, committed to entrepreneurship, including Babson, Harvard and MIT.

Useful Resources

Here are some special services and links that our investors might find useful:

Angel Capital Association

The Angel Capital Association is North America’s professional alliance of angel groups. This fast-growing association brings together the 200 angel organizations in the United States and Canada to share best practices, network, and help develop data about the field of angel investing.

US Securities and Exchange Commission

The primary mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to protect investors and maintain the integrity of the securities markets. The SEC requires public companies to disclose meaningful financial and other information to the public, which provides a common pool of knowledge for all investors to use to judge for themselves if a company’s securities are a good investment. The SEC also oversees other key participants in the securities world, including stock exchanges, broker-dealers, investment advisors, mutual funds, and public utility holding companies.

Investor’s Guide to the SEC

This publication describes the information you should review before you invest, provides tips on how to find information about companies and lists several ‘red flags’ to avoid. Get the guide