Successful businesses should put in place shareholder agreements to protect the shareholders’ equity in the company, to establish a fair relationship between the shareholders and to govern how the company is run.
To help avoid disruption and additional costs involved in resolving possible future issues, business owners should set aside the time as early as possible in their relationship to discuss and agree a shareholders’ agreement.
Some common ‘What ifs?’ that can happen in any business that can be at best highly disruptive and at worst fatal without a Shareholder Agreement in place.
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