This article posted to our partner site discusses the concept of “dilution” of shares, which refers to the loss of voting power for existing shareholders in order to issue shares to new investors. The article briefly outlines some anti-dilution measures which could be taken to allow existing investors to feel safer when new investors are issued equity. Although drafted for Cyprus, the concepts are broadly applicable to all corporate entities globally, public or private.


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