Allotments, transfers and reclassification of shares

There are various options open to you, should you wish to issue or transfer shares in your company to family members, or an investor in return for capital.

There are various options open to you, should you wish to issue or transfer shares in your company to family members, or an investor in return for capital.

There are various options open to you, should you wish to issue or transfer shares in your company to family members, or an investor in return for capital.

We can provide advice about the right course of action for you and your business, from creating and allotting new shares, to reclassifying existing shares, which can be useful if you intend shareholders to have different rights, and simple transfers or allotments.

If you are bringing an investor on board, with whom you don’t have an existing relationship, or you think you would benefit from defining your relationship with new shareholders, you might also wish to consider a shareholders’ agreement. (link to shareholders agreement page)

What do I do now?

Our lawyers have won awards for their deal making abilities and are described as “helpful, courteous and efficient” by the Legal 500. Most importantly, they are focused on helping you achieve your objectives as quickly and painlessly as possible.

We understand that every transaction is of paramount importance to the strategic aims of our clients. The advice we give is tailored accordingly and the approach we adopt is pragmatic. Our aim is not to give you a lecture on the law, but to get your job done.

If we sound like the commercial lawyers for you, why not get in touch and let us know how we can help?

 

 

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Rob Moore

Rob Moore

Partner
Corporate, Commercial & insolvency

Tel: 0114 218 4051

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Office: Sheffield