A shares

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A shares

pl n
(Stock Exchange) Brit those ordinary shares in a company which carry restricted voting rights or other restrictions
Translations

A shares

plstimmrechtslose Aktien pl

A shares

npl (Brit) (Stock Exchange) → azioni fpl con scarsi diritti di voto
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subsidiary has completed "modified Dutch auction" to purchase a portion of the outstanding non-voting shares of TFG for a maximum aggregate payment of USD 50m in cash, the company said.
LN) has reported the final results of the modified Dutch auction tender offer by its subsidiary, Tetragon Financial Group Master Fund Limited to purchase a portion of the outstanding non-voting shares of TFG for a maximum aggregate payment of USD60 million in cash.
A total of 442,280,855 Class B Non-Voting Shares of Shaw were issued and outstanding as at November 30, 2014.
Telus' (TSX: T) non-voting shares, which were exchanged on a one-for-one basis effective February 4, 2013 in a court-approved plan of arrangement, were delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on February 8, 2013.
Copa Holdings SA, the parent company of Compania Panamena de Aviacion SA (Copa Airlines), has announced that Compania de Inversiones Aereas SA (CIASA) and Continental Airlines (NYSE: CAL), its selling shareholders, have priced an initial public offering of 15,750,000 shares of Class A non-voting shares at USD20 per share.
It is still unclear whether Livedoor's voting rights will exceed 50 percent in the new shareholders' list that will be determined next Thursday, because some of the shareholders will hold non-voting shares, although Livedoor sources expressed confidence it will.
Otherwise the non-voting shares in the Black Country property and engineering group have had voting rights ever since June that year.
Give the non-voting shares to the younger generations of your family.
3% of the public float of the Class B non-voting shares.
Mason Capital Management LLC said it has requisitioned a meeting of the holders of the Telus (TSX: T) (NYSE: TU) voting shares to allow holders to vote on the minimum acceptable premium valuation of the voting shares relative to the non-voting shares in any transaction undertaken by Telus involving the exchange or conversion of non-voting shares into voting shares (a dual class collapse transaction).
The transfer, which also included 434,303 non-voting shares at 65p each, means Mr Folkes, his wife Angela and his son Samson, now directly control 66 per cent of the voting shares and five per cent of the non-voting.