For the investment companies, it is important to have control over the portfolio. When you log in to dCompany, you will get an overview of the companies in which you have invested, regardless of whether the company itself is on dCompany’s platform or not.
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If the company you have invested in is on the platform, you will get access to a separate shareholder page , with information relevant to your investment, including transaction history, electronic articles of association, etc. When the company calls for a general meeting , you also have the opportunity to give digital powers of attorney in a simple way (including withdrawing these and or giving them to others).
And if the company is not on the platform, you can of course send a message to the company that it should get on the platform.
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With dCompany you give shareholders peace of mind and an overview
Investment companies also experience a sense of security when the company in which it is invested is in order on the shareholding register . Unfortunately, there are examples where errors in the shareholder book have led to losses for investors, including because the ownership relationships have been wrongly stated or unnecessary tax has to be paid because the company does not have control over paid-in capital per share (paid-in capital can typically be repaid tax-free without dividend tax).
Fantastic product with great utility. Carried out a share split quickly and easily. The digital shareholder book is very useful for me vis-à-vis all the portfolio companies.
Erik Rian Johannessen