A share register is an official document that contains information about the holders of shares in a company. This register is a central record maintained by the company and contains all relevant details about the shareholders and their share positions. It plays an important role in managing the shareholder structure and safeguarding shareholders’ rights. The share register is not only used for administrative purposes, but also has legal significance. It is an important instrument for protecting shareholders’ rights and can serve as the basis for invitations to general meetings and for the distribution of dividends.
What is a share register?
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