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What is the difference between shareholders and directors?
21st May 2014

The directors are responsible for the day to day running of the company and ensuring it meets its responsibilities and deadlines. The shareholders own the company and have the right to vote on many issues. The extent of ownership and level of voting rights are based on the percentage of issued shares they own. An individual can be both a director and shareholder of a company.

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