Singapore Business Law - Shareholders Agreement

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Why do you need a Shareholders' Agreement? Reducing uncertainty, providing investors with evidence of stability in the business; minimizing the cost of a business break up; planning for retirement and business succession are some of the many reasons why you might want a shareholders' agreement. This articles examines the legal issues that a Shareholders Agreement should address.

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