Enty's Business Glossary:

Share Capital

Share capital is a conditional amount of money, which founders set during company incorporation by issuing equity. It shows the sizes of all founders' shares: the percentage of owned shares will be equal to the portion contributed to the share capital. The share capital is also divided into separate shares and each founder can have the shares with an unequal par value.

Share Capital

Share capital is a conditional amount of money, which founders set during company incorporation by issuing equity. It shows the sizes of all founders' shares: the percentage of owned shares will be equal to the portion contributed to the share capital. The share capital is also divided into separate shares and each founder can have the shares with an unequal par value.

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