Korean FinTech startup Quotabook provides a one-stop platform solution for startups, businesses, and investors to manage documents, stockholdings, securities, communications. Quota Book is a startup founded in 2019 to solve inefficiency in managing the shareholder list, which was felt by CEO Dong-Hyun Choi, a former venture capital investment reviewer, while carrying out several investments.
A common tool for startups & investors
Quotabook offers equity administration solutions for businesses. It utilizes a software to resolve the Excel file inefficiencies that various tasks related to securities management and company operation. It provides tools to connect startups & investors, document management, fund management, reporting, workflow management, and track & monitor funding of securities.
Quotabook is an equity management platform that works for both companies and investors. Startups and VCs can sync crucial equity data and corporate governance issues through the online equity platform so that every shareholder and portfolio company can communicate through a single source. Quotabook is being used by most of the top-tier VCs and startups in Korea.
Developed by ex-VCs
Quotabook is a fintech infrastructure startup based in Seoul, Korea that was founded by ex-VCs and Silicon Valley engineers. Since being incorporated in August 2019, the company has been funded by more than 18 VCs, accelerators, and banks.
The company is a 500 Startups alumni, Google for Startups alumni, AWS scout partner, and Y Combinator alumni. Some of the startup’s leading investors include 500 startups, Fast Investment, Mashup Angels, Bon Angels, AF Investment, Lotte Accelerator , Kim Ki-Sa Lab , Red Badge Pacific , Korea Angel Investment Association, JB Ventures.
Quotabook plans to accelerate customer development for startups and venture capitalists in Korea and Southeast Asia and add various additional functions such as convening a board of directors/shareholders meeting and managing resolutions and minutes.
“As a venture capitalist, I have experienced firsthand that there is a great inefficiency in managing securities such as shareholder registers,” said CEO Dong-Hyun Choi of Quota Book. He added, “We plan to expand rapidly not only in Korea but also in various Asian countries in the future.”
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