Shareholder Agreements

More and more often, companies are allowing their staff the chance to purchase shares in the company, whether a minority share or a larger number. A shareholder agreement is the critical document that sets out the parameters of the business relationship, good governance of a company, who a director can be and what the aims and objectives of the company are. Most importantly it addresses how disputes are handled and the manner in which shareholders may sell their shares and thereby exit the company. Please watch our short video to find out more about the purpose and elements of shareholder agreements.

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Staff Buy-In; What to Consider

Employee buy-ins have long been considered a popular means for companies to attract, compensate and retain talented employees. It provides incentives for employees to perform at the top of their abilities and align their goals with the goals of the company. Companies considering this option need to carefully consider what they wish to achieve and the best strategies for these goals to be realised.

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