Rights of ordinary shareholders, Finance Basics

Rights of Ordinary Shareholders

A. Right to vote

  1. Choose BOD
  2. Purchase/Sales of assets

B. Influence decisions as:

  1. Right to residual assets claim
  2. Right to amend company's by-laws
  3. Right to sign up another auditor
  4. Right to agree merger acquisition
  5. Right to agree payment of dividends

 

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