preference shares

This is the final part of our Types of Shares section, on the Securities Investment 101 course.

In this video we discuss proxy voters in company meetings, partly-paid shares, registered shares versus bearer shares, and then finish off with special types of preference shares.

The preference share types mentioned include cumulative shares, redeemable shares, participating shares, and convertible shares.

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This MithrilMoney lecture continues our discussion on the different types of shares, in our Securities Investment 101 course.

We further explore liquidation ranking, and why different levels of risk and seniority should mean different expected levels of return and reward.

Liquidation preference is covered, which is of particular interest to angel investors, and we begin to talk about annual general meetings, dividend awards, and how there can be different types of ordinary share – such as ‘A’ and ‘B’ shares – with different levels of control.

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Types of Shares, Part I, Lecture 002, Securities Investment 101

May 25, 2013

Continuing our MithrilMoney training course, Securities Investment 101, this video explores the different features and types of shares. We discuss the basic legal and investment differences between bond and share securities, the difference between registered securities and bearer securities, and the main difference between ordinary shares and preference shares (mentioning redeemable shares along the way), […]

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