Private limited companies, Finance Basics

Private Limited Companies

These are NOT permitted to advertise their shares so like to attract public money and so that they sell their shares privately as recognized as private placing to interested members of the public.

Their shares are not freely transferable such like these are not quoted at the stock exchange and they can simply be transferred along with the consent of the directors.

A difference among the two above lines is as follow:

  • Shares Number
  • Shares Transfer
  • Technique of raising funds from the public
  • Number of directors
  • Retirement age of directors
  • AGM's
  • Quotation
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