How do existing shareholders settle the entry of a new shareholder into the company? This contract is entered into from `1 Shareholders are all shareholders of the company list of all parties to this agreement, with their names, addresses and number of shares held in the company. Paid-up capital is the amount of funds or capital that shareholders have injected into the company for shares allocated to shareholders and issued to shareholders. Shareholder agreements generally govern the freedom to trade shares of the company and have one of the following mechanisms (the characteristics and sophistication of which may vary): your lawyers will generally include the following clauses in your shareholders` pact. Please note that, although these are standard clauses, your lawyer who drafts the shareholders` pact can optimize these clauses, whether you are a majority or minority shareholder. Existing shareholders can regulate the entry of a new shareholder into the company by limiting the transfer of shares. The Malaysian Companies Act 2016 stipulates that a private company has a restriction on the transfer of its shares. This is one of the opposite characteristics between a private company and a public company in which these shares are freely transferable to a public limited company. However, the Companies Act 2016 does not specify the nature of the restriction or the extent of the restriction required. Here are 5 common clauses in HSAs that can be useful in protecting your rights as a minority shareholder: Parties` bonds: The shareholders` pact should clarify each shareholder`s contribution to the company, such as providing management and technology know-how to the company, introducing transactions and guaranteeing financing, etc. There are no laws governing how the shareholder contract should be developed. However, the parties should comply with certain provisions of the Malaysian Corporations Act that cannot be repealed by such a shareholder pact. 4.3 If some shareholders accept an outside offer to purchase at least 75% (or 90%) all shareholders (including all shareholders who have not accepted the outsider`s offer to purchase) are required to sell all common shares to the outsider under the same conditions. if the foreigner wishes to acquire such shares, and only if the purchase price is at least in line with the valuation plan attached as schedule B of this agreement.

Shareholder agreements are commonplace and can very well be used to safeguard the interests of all affected shareholders, particularly minority shareholders. Even if a company has not begun to enter into a shareholders` agreement, shareholders have nothing to do to enter a company at a later date. While it is technically possible to design a shareholder contract of its own (especially if you know exactly what you want from it), we strongly advise you to consult a lawyer or legal advisor to advise you on the possible impact of what is taken into account in a shareholders` pact.