If you are a shareholder in a private company, the value of your shareholding will hopefully be significant to you. And to others as well, including your family and your fellow shareholders. This value could be jeopardised if you fell ill or died.

In these circumstances the reduced value may not be the only problem. What happens if you (or your beneficiaries) want to, or need to, sell? Does your Company have the appropriate wording in its Articles to protect everyone or meet the best interests of all parties?

This guide explores this subject in more depth and explains what the risks are and how to go about protecting against them.

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