Issue of Shares

Issued shares is a term of law and finance for the number of shares of a corporation which have been allocated (allotted) and are subsequently held by shareholders. The act of creating new issued shares is called issuance, allocation or allotment.
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Issued shares is a period of law and finance for the number of shares of a corporation which have been allotted and afterward held by shareholders. The act of creating new issued shares is called issuance. Allotment is only the creation of shares and their transfer to a subscriber. After allocation, a subscriber becomes a shareholder, though generally that also requires a formal entry in the share registry.

The issued shares of a corporation from the equity capital of the corporation, and some corporations are required by law to have a minimum value of equity capital, while others may not need any or just a nominal number. The value of the issued shares was determined at the time they are issued and the value does not change, in relation to the issuing corporation after that time. Shares are most generally issued, fully paid, in which case the responsibility of the shareholders is limited to the amount paid on the shares; but they may also be issued partly paid, with unlimited liability, subject to guarantee, or some other form.

Salient Features of Issue of Shares

Proprietorship rights

When you buy a share, you are buying a piece of that company – you become its part owner. That ownership gives you certain rights, including voting on important matters of the company and participating in the profits.


However what if the company dint make profits as expected? There won’t be much demand for it’s shares nor it will carry a high rate of profit share. Hence, along with the potential for extraordinary gain comes the potential for high loss. These two go hand in hand.

Source of Income

We have already explained that. Since share holders are part owners of the company, they are entitled to get a part of the annual profits of the company. Shareholders get income by way of dividends and bonus shares.

High benefit potential

When you buy stocks, you become the owner to that extent and when the company makes more and more profits and expands, the demand for its shares will also rise. As a result, the share prices also move up.

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1. Order Confirmation

Once you confirm the order online one of our executives will get in touch with you to explain all the requirements.

2. Submission Of Documents

We have a facility to pick up documents from your door step at more than 6000 Pin Codes across India. As soon as your documents are ready, we will pick it up from your door step at a date and time as per your convenience.

3. File Documents

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4. Draft Documents

We will draft necessary documents required for allotment of Shares.

5. Hurray......It's Done

Once your share allotment get complete, we send you all the documents and DSCs.

Frequently Asked Questions
In most private companies allotment and issue will be the same process. A company may allot shares when it is first set up or at any time during its lifetime in order to raise share capital and/or introduce new shareholders. Issuing shares is a more complex procedure than many would expect.
After a fixed period, a preference shareholder can sell his/ her preference shares back to the company. You can't do that with ordinary shares. You will have to sell your shares to any other buyer in the stock market. You can only sell your shares back to the company if the company announces a buyback offer.
Share capital. When a limited company is formed it must issue one or more subscriber shares to its initial members. ... Unissued shares can be issued at any time by the directors using a Form SH01 - Return of Allotment of Shares (Pursuant to Companies Act, 2006) subject to prior authorisation by the shareholders.
When Shares are issued at a price lower than their face value, they are said to have been issued at a discount. For example, if a share of Rs 100 is issued at Rs 95, then Rs 5 (i.e. Rs 100—95) is the amount of discount. It is a loss to the company.
A company typically issues new shares to raise funds for its business, or to achieve some other business objective. For example: When a company is first formed, it will usually issue such number of shares as (when added to any sums it will borrow) will enable the company to start trading. Later, it may issue shares because it plans some new project or development that needs to be funded, or simply to grow the existing business. It may choose to issue shares in order to repay some of the company's borrowings. It may issue shares directly to the owner of a business that it wants to buy, as payment for that business (or issue shares to raise cash, which it then uses to pay for that business).
Share issue is the process by which companies pass on new shares toshareholders, who may themselves be new or existing shareholders. Companies can issue shares to both individuals or corporate bodies, and in another article we look in more detail at the step by step process to issue shares.
In a very basic economic sense, a company might issue preference shares because it believes that it can secure more favorable financing due to it capturing a certain kind of investor demand better than when only issuing common shares.
Any company not just a startup can dilute its shares. Many if not most majorcompanies issue stock to raise capital. This capital is then generally used to build the business further and increase the value of all shares. Most of the time this dilution is very minor (<.1%) and has little if any impact on the stock.
1. Determine how much capital you need. 2. Determine how much stock the corporation is authorized to issue. 3. Set forth the value of the shares that will be issued. 4. Determine the class of the shares to be issued. 5. Determine the number of shares to issue.
Private companies may issue stock and have shareholders, but their shares do not trade on public exchanges and are not issued through an initial public offering (IPO). In general, the shares of these businesses are less liquid and the values are difficult to determine.

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