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Stock Company

stock company

A company owned by stockholders, with the ownership evidenced by transferable certificates. Compare mutual company.
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San-Giorgio bank in Genoa was organized as a joint stock company and in Milan, San-Ambrogio was also organized as a corporation.
To that end, Schnitzer Steel and Macon Iron & Paper Stock Company Inc.
Summary: Riyadh, Sha&'ban 21, 1431/Aug 2, 2010, SPA -- Minister of Commerce and Industry, Abdullah Ahmad Zaynal Ali Reza has approved the establishment of Knowledge Economic City Company, KEC, as a stock company with a capital of SR 3.
Sublimity Insurance kept its name but is now a downstream stock company owned as the fourth leg under the United Heritage Financial Group umbrella," said Johnson.
According to a business plan being compiled by Mitsui Mutual Life, it will convert its ''kikin'' funds into capital when it becomes a stock company.
The most popular forms of corporate vehicles for foreign investors are the joint stock company ("spolka akcyjna" (S.
As part of the transaction, the former Mutual Service Casualty Insurance Company was demutualized and converted to a stock company and given the current name.
Contract notice: Car purchase state joint stock company "state real estate" needs.
Creation of an open joint stock company will allow to bring investments and to take loans for completion of construction.
MOSCOW, April 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Depository Center (NDC), Russia's only settlement depository servicing the full range of debt and equity securities of Russian issuers, announced today that a general meeting of its members has approved NDC's reorganization from not-for-profit partnership into a closed joint stock company.
converted itself into a stock company from a mutual firm on Tuesday, becoming the second Japanese mutual life insurer to become a stock company, excluding failed ones.