A and B shares offer the same economic rights to investors. A Shares typically come with full voting and pre-emption rights, whereas B shares do not. Usually, investors will pay over a certain amount to receive the full rights that come with A shares, an average of £1,000 - £4,000, but this is a decision for each company to make for themselves.
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- Raising finance through equity
- What is equity crowdfunding?
- Can I apply to raise finance on Crowdcube?
- Can I raise money from outside the UK?
- Why should I raise finance on Crowdcube?
- What fees does Crowdcube charge?
- How much can I raise?
- Can I raise finance to pay off existing company debts?
- How should I set my valuation?
- How much equity should I offer?