Interested Shareholder

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Interested Shareholder

A shareholder or group of shareholders with enough common stock that they can influence the company's decisions and policies. The concept of an interested shareholder assumes that there is no majority shareholder. The exact amount of stock one must own in order to be considered an interested shareholder varies according to jurisdiction, but it is normally around 20%.
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Halog said "most" of the interested shareholders complied with the deadline and that LandBank is now finalizing the share purchase agreement with them.
As interested shareholders, we believe that the next 24 months are critical to developing a leading position in the restaurant solutions marketplace.
Member of the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Japan Gen Nakatani, who is also a chairman of the friendship group with Kyrgyzstan, said that all the suggestions and ideas voiced during the forum will be discussed in Japan with interested shareholders.
As space at the forum is highly limited, TSMC is sharing this discussion with interested shareholders and members of the public with a live webcast on www.tsmc.com beginning at 1:30 pm.
Liberty TripAdvisor Holdings Inc (Nasdaq:LTRPA) (Nasdaq:LTRPB) released on Saturday an invitation for interested shareholders and analysts to participate in a brief quarterly questions and answers (Q&A) session after it completes the prepared remarks on its first quarter earnings conference call.D
Interested shareholders should approach their respective share broker and GBCM to sell their shares.
The company has advised interested shareholders to tender their stock to Enigmatica[euro](tm)s offer which continues to stay open.
* Second, interested shareholders would submit to the firm's outside (and presumably independent) auditor questions and comments that they would like to have addressed by management.
The Company's share registrar will be able to provide further details on such procedures to interested shareholders once the listing is completed.
However, projects underwritten by the government should include rigorous and open evaluation systems, with data made available to all interested shareholders.
With the interested shareholders regulation in place, it will be the other shareholders who decide what is in their interest both in terms of the suitability of the proposal and the pricing.
"The BD10m company will be under the umbrella of the ministry, which will have a 51 per cent share in it, while the rest will be open to other interested shareholders," he said.