Shareholder Consent

Shareholder Consent defined: Shareholder consent is permission granted by a stockholder in a company for the company to take certain actions (such as raise for capital, or enter into an M&A transaction). Private company investors often demand that shareholder consent be obtained for certain major transactions or actions before the private company can make them.

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