Class F Common Stock Law and Legal Definition

Class F Common Stock is a founder-favorable class of common stock developed by the Funder Founder Institute. The Class F Common Stock shares offer founders various protective provisions such as 2 to 1 board votes per founder relative to non-founder board members,10 to 1 share votes relative to regular common shares, monthly vesting with no cliff and approval rights on new investments, liquidity events, increases to Board size, etc.