- Issued Capital/Share Capital
- Share capital that has actually been issued, or allotted, to shareholders. The opposite of authorized share capital, which is the maximum amount of share capital that a company is allowed to issue by its constitution or charter.
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issued capital — Issued share capital is the total number of shares subscribed to by the shareholders. London Stock Exchange Glossary * * * issued capital issued capital ➔ capital * * * issued capital UK US noun [U] (also subscribed capital, UK ALSO issued share… … Financial and business terms
Share Capital/Issued Capital — Shares that have actually been issued, or allotted, to shareholders. In contrast with authorized share capital, which is the maximum amount of share capital that a company is allowed to issue by its constitution or charter … Financial and business terms
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issued shares — Under the Companies Act 1985 shares may be issued by the company to shareholders in return for cash or other value equal to or greater than its nominal value. The authorised share capital shows the number and nominal value of shares that are… … Law dictionary
issued share capital — The nominal amount of share capital that a company actually has in issue. The amount cannot exceed the authorised share capital but it can be less than that figure. Practical Law Dictionary. Glossary of UK, US and international legal terms.… … Law dictionary