Why does a Company need a Shareholders Agreement?
A Shareholders Agreement is a set of rules that the company establishes internally to govern how the ownership of the company operates. While the Constitution sets out what a company can do, the Shareholders Agreement secures the ownership against unrest. It is highly recommended that all companies have something formal in place to provide security for the future of the business. Any of a multitude of things can happen over the course of running a business – new investment, issuing share options, force majeure, disputes or death of a shareholder or someone moving on to a new chapter in life.
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