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What are the types of share capital?

Share Capital

What are the types of share capital?

Authorised, issued, paid up capital in a Singapore Company? What all those terms means?


Registered, Authorized, or Nominal Capital

It is a requirement for every company to specify the share capital with which it is going to be registered. This capital is called Registered, Authorized, or Nominal Capital. It is the maximum amount of share capital that a company is authorized to issue to shareholders. In Singapore, there is no concept of Authorised capital.

Issued Capital

Issued capital is the monetary value of the shares of stock a company offers for allotment to shareholders.

Subscribed capital

The part of the issued share capital that is subscribed by the investor is called subscribed share capital.

Called up capital

The sum amount of issue capital that shareholders are required to pay is called up capital.

Paid-up share capital

Paid-up capital is the total sum of capital that has been funded by shareholders. It denotes the amount of money that a company has received from shareholders who have fully paid for their purchased shares.

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