nonvoting stock

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Nonvoting stock

A security that does not entitle the holder to vote on the corporation's resolutions or elections.

Nonvoting Stock

Stock in a publicly-traded company that does not give the holder the right to vote at the company's annual meeting. Nonvoting stock usually has other rights associated with it to compensate for the lack of ability to vote. For example, most preferred stock is nonvoting, but preferred stock has a guaranteed dividend, while most voting stock does not.

nonvoting stock

Stock in which the holder has no vote in the election of directors, the appointment of auditors, or other matters that may be brought up at the annual meeting. Corporations sometimes create a special class of nonvoting stock to restrict corporate control only to certain groups. Most preferred stock is nonvoting. Compare voting stock.
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In 1998, a new Italian financial code (Law 58/1998) improved minority shareholder rights and brought two major changes to nonvoting share regulation: 1) nonvoting shareholder rights can be freely set by company bylaws and are no longer subject to the minimum dividend privileges indicated by the original law and 2) proposals deemed harmful to nonvoting shareholders must be approved by a special nonvoting shareholder meeting with the standard majority quorum and a percentage of favorable votes representing at least 20% of the nonvoting equity (as per Article 146, Paragraph 1, Law 58/1998).
83 and the fair market value of each class B nonvoting share to be $3,585.
Dividing by NV and rearranging the terms yields the following equation, which examines the relative values as a fraction of the nonvoting share price:
234 of a nonvoting share of Molson Coors, while Molson Class A nonvoting shares will convert into 0.
If Snap, Google and Facebook offer nonvoting shares, perhaps we want nonvoting citizens.
At the time of her death, the decedent owned 81% of the voting stock in the corporation and 84% of the nonvoting shares.
Nissan owns 15% of nonvoting shares in Renault, Renault owns 40% of voting shares in Nissan and the French government owns 20% of Renault.