You may be a remote minority shareholder who needs to ensure that your rights are protected. Alternatively you may be a shareholder and a director (executive or non-executive) at the same time. You may even be an employee who holds shares in a business but have no control over how the business is run.
In any case, you should take steps to ensure that your position is protected, and that the lines of authority are clearly agreed.
Our specialist business team can advise on all aspects of commercial law relating to shareholders: