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How to consolidate shares

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Companies pursue Share Consolidations (otherwise known as Reverse Stock-Splits) to increase the company’s share price in order to generate greater investment interest. A share consolidation may also be a company’s attempt at meeting the minimum trading bid size in order to ensure its listing status for trading on the stock exchange.

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Alternatively, companies undergo Share Splits (or Share Subdivisions) to ensure market liquidity and trading activity. The shares are made more accessible and affordable to investors, broadening the company’s shareholder base.

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Updated on: 23/05/2023

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