The basis of share distribution begins with a set of formula. Although this formula is a set of numerical calculations, you would still need to do it in a scientific way and align with the latest Companies Act to protect the rights and interests of your shareholders, directors and business owners.
Generally, share distribution is allocated on the proportion of 25:25:25:25; or 50:50; or 70:30; or 51:49. Almost all share distribution methods can be interpreted mathematically or scientifically. There are always pros and cons in each methods, therefore, as an entrepreneur, you must master all these!
In order to grow your business, you must first work on equity planning management. At the stage of management, having shares distributed scientifically is insufficient, you must also master the “Art” within, and the fundamental of the “Art” is how you control the identity, rights and benefits between shareholders and directors.
In Malaysia, YYC is a local real-life success story; in overseas, the success story is HaiDiLao.
Let’s look into the real-life success stories.
In the case of YYC, although the shares are divided equally, however the final decision-making lies in the hand of the Group Chairman Mr. Yap Zhi Chau. As for HaiDiLao, the shares are equally distributed scientifically between 4 shareholders, but Zhang Yong holds the final decision-making power.
HaiDiLao start-up with 8,000 RMB and now it’s Price Earning ratio (PE) has gone up 84 times, whereby the share value has increased to 164.565 billion RMB!
Therefore, even if your shares are distributed equally between 3 or 4 shareholders, although it may seem that the rights are divided equally, you may still master the “Art” within and hold the “ultimate control” , you could be the next Zhang Yong of HaiDiLao.
In short, to achieve tremendous growth in share value, it takes more than ordinary share distribution to work the magic.
YYC has the ideal and exclusive Share Value Increase System for you: