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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In addition, the company said it plans to start a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP), under which, interested stockholders may reinvest all or a portion of their cash dividends in its additional common shares without paying any brokerage commission or service charge.
The company intends to launch a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP), under which interested stockholders may reinvest all or a portion of their cash dividends in additional common shares of FAT Brands without paying any brokerage commission or service charge.
Also, interested stockholders and other persons may obtain a copy of the Plan prospectus and an enrollment form by contacting American Stock Transfer & Trust Company at (888) 556-0423 or visiting its website at www.amstock.com.