Tata Motors DVR: What it means for you and the company.
Created on 03 Aug 2023
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Updated on 09 Aug 2023
In recent news, Tata Motors Group has decided to cancel their class ‘A’ ordinary shares. Sounds confusing?😵💫 Do not worry, I will explain what it means in this article. From what ‘A’ ordinary share is to how this act would affect the company's business to what it implies for the shareholders, everything is covered.
First things first, let us understand what ‘A’ ordinary share, sometimes referred to as DVR (Differential Voting Rights) share means.
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