I have just been appointed as director of a very small limited company and form AP01 has been completed to send to companies house.
If I want to become a shareholder in a private company, do I have to buy the shares at their "market value"?
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It was an Exec share scheme where shares were issued to Execs based on employer hitting a certain EPS target.
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Client has transferred his shares to a fellow director for no consideration. I am happy that this is the market value of the shares.