register of interests in shares

register of interests in shares
A statutory register required to be maintained by public company Interests in shares disclosed to the company by those persons knowingly interested in 3% or more of any class of the voting share capital must be disclosed in the register. Investments held by a spouse, children under 18 years, and corporate bodies over which the person has control are added to the person's own interests.

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