SHAREHOLDERS AND INVESTORS

As shareholders or investors in a business you are all in it together – with mutual goals and ambitions and a shared interest in overcoming challenges.

Having pragmatic straightforward advice from a trusted legal adviser is essential at every stage of your journey together.

Legal documents such as shareholders agreements are essential to lay the foundations of a business and to set expectations of all the parties involved.

As life goes on, despite the best intentions, things may go wrong, relationships can come under strain, and shareholders can find themselves in dispute.

Thrings specialists are experts at supporting shareholders and investors to get the best out of their businesses, even in the most trying circumstances.  They have compiled this collection of articles and guides on common topics such as maintaining harmony among shareholders, how to prepare for eventualities such as the death of a business partner, and protecting your position if you are a minority shareholder.

 

ARTICLES

SHAREHOLDERS' AGREEMENTS: A JARGON BUSTING GUIDE

PROTECT YOUR POSITION AS A MINORITY SHAREHOLDER

HOW TO MAINTAIN HARMONY WITH FELLOW SHAREHOLDERS


As an investor or shareholder in a business, you need straightforward advice to reassure you that your position is protected. However, articles on relevant topics can be lengthy and packed with jargon.

At Thrings, we want to provide you with concise advice, in plain English, so you get the right information, right away.

Our Take 5 Guides address, in five simple steps, some of the key issues, including a guide to the information that should be in a shareholders agreement.

Take Five Guides

What happen when a shareholder dies

Cross Option Agreements

What should be included in a shareholders’ agreement


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However, we know that nothing is better than discussing these issues face-to-face with a specialist adviser.

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