What is the relationship between shareholders and directors?
Shareholders and directors have two completely different roles in a company. The shareholders (also called members) own the company by owning its shares and the directors manage it. A director does not need to be a shareholder.
Do shareholders have more power than directors?
Shareholders who hold a higher percentage of the shares in the company have more influence to take types of action, but not necessarily power to command.
Can Directors remove a shareholder?
Yes, but it has to be resolved during the meeting that the Board of Directors also votes on the removal of the shareholder from any posts within the corporation he may currently hold. This would require a majority vote from the board as well.
Can a shareholder be fired?
The majority shareholders can remove a director by passing an ordinary resolution (51% majority) after giving special notice, but a shareholder can not be fired. That much is fairly straightforward. However, if a shareholder is also an employee, he or she can be fired from the position. The same goes for if the director is also an employee you will need to terminate their employment.
What happens if shareholders are unhappy?
A company must always act in the shareholders' best interest by making sure its decisions enhance shareholder value. Shareholders can always sell the stock if they are unhappy. Their selling can put downward pressure on the stock price.
How do you become an investor?
Dantru Development Corporation together with RPConnect ( www.rpconnect.com ) presents projects like the San Guillermo Plaza Complex, the San Blas Shopping Complex, and more which you may want to participate in. Just give us a call or email us at email@example.com. We will be happy to discuss in detail how you benefit from joining our investment program.
Our investment program is different from the traditional setup.
We are inviting individuals and companies to partner with us in any of Dantru's Projects. Any percentage or any infusion of participation is equivalent to equity participation, whether it be in cash, material, or both. We will convert the contribution at fair value into actual investment into our project.
For example in simple explanation: A restaurant business project that will cost us P1,000,000. (let's just use a smaller number for easy computation). How do you start the restaurant business if you only have P400,000 cash? You can but you need to look for someone who has available space so you will not spend on space. Then find a friend manufacture tables and chairs. Then find a friend who is a good cook or someone who has experience in running a restaurant. If we put all these efforts and resources into one, then we have a restaurant running in a given time.
Every participant can earn a profit dividend depending on the fair value of the contribution. It is not an easy task, it would need a lot of planning and time, but it is certainly possible.
Now imagine that for a bigger business project like a shopping mall.
For more information just email us: firstname.lastname@example.org