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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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To establish a joint stock company, the owners had to obtain a prior approval (concession system).
Also, a total of 223 billion yen in subordinated loans owed by Mitsui Mutual will be maintained as they are, a step that will make it easier for the insurer to become a stock company as scheduled, the sources said.
state capital into a joint stock company, the Law on Management and Use of Public Property 2017 and guiding documents.
Restructuring its life company into a stock company allows United Heritage to pay federal taxes at the rate of a stock company rather than a mutual company, he added.
When it becomes a stock company, it will issue shares of that amount, and SMBC, which has contributed nearly 50% of the kikin, is likely to take about 40% of the shares.
Major organization : OPEN JOINT STOCK COMPANY STROYTREST NO.
converted itself from a mutual firm into a stock company only on April 1, 2002, becoming the first Japanese life insurer to go public.
In a sponsored demutualization, a mutual company opts to demutualize as part of a decision to be acquired, most typically by a stock company. Both the policyholders of the mutual and the insurance department of the state where the mutual is domiciled must approve the request.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has attended a ceremony to launch drinking water supply and sewage systems in the city of Khacmaz and opening of a new administrative building of the Khacmaz branch of Azersu Open Joint Stock Company.
Summary: Riyadh, June 21, 2010, SPA -- The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Abdullah bin Ahmed Zainal Ali Reza has approved the transformation of Saudi Perlite Industries Company from limited liability company into a closed joint stock company and the establishment of Company of Integration Capital...
The Nagoya Stock Exchange (NSE) transformed from a membership organization of securities firms into a stock company Monday, making it the third share-issuing firm among Japanese stock exchanges following the Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).
"That's why participating policies can't be supported in a stock company," Steinberg said.