Share Holder Agreements

The loss of a shareholder or business partner can have a dramatic impact on your business. Would your business survive if something unexpected happened to one of the owners?

Share Holder Agreements

shutterstock 247971001A number of small to medium sized companies are owned by more than one shareholder. If one of those shareholders were to die or become totally and permanently disabled, the remaining shareholders would be faced with two options, to either purchase the exiting partners equity in the business, or to allow another partner into the business.

Often the best position for the existing partners is to purchase the shares themselves and to retain control.  Shareholder protection provides the funds to do this without the need to raise debt. So ensures a smooth transition of the shareholding. 

Do you think you require this protection? Click on the below link to complete our self-assessment:

http://thinice.co.nz/about/self-assessment-questionnaire/