Shareholders’ agreement

For all companies with more than one shareholder, we recommend drawing up a shareholders’ agreement. This agreement contains provisions that apply in addition to the articles of association. Articles of association are public records, but a shareholders’ agreement is not. Sensitive subjects, such as price fixing, non-competition clauses and exit regulations are best regulated in the shareholders’ agreement. Our specialists will be happy to assist you.

Some frequently asked questions about shareholders’ agreement

  • As mentioned before, in a shareholders’ agreement you are free to include arrangements. That is all well and good, but where do you start? You may already have very specific ideas in this regard. If not, we will start with a meeting in which we help you define your (most important) wishes. Then, again together with you, we look at how we can best incorporate them into the shareholders’ agreement, after which we record the concrete agreements.

  • In a shareholders’ agreement you can include arrangements of all kinds as you see fit. Although there is no mandatory content, there are subjects which are customarily included in a shareholders’ agreement. We have listed them for you. However, this list is certainly not exhaustive. For more information, please contact us.

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