CURRENT AND HISTORICAL SHAREHOLDINGS


Shares and stocks held by each shareholder in one or more companies



Shareholdings in companies, as foreseen by the Civil Code, translate into the portion of partnership capital held by an economic entity: they are represented by stocks (for joint stock companies) or shares (for limited liability companies) and can be held both by individuals and by legal entities.
In the Business Register it is possible to identify the Persons (individuals or legal entities) who own or have owned shareholdings in one or more companies.

Shareholdings refer to the last list of partners filed by the companies.



To carry out a search in the Business Register it is sufficient to indicate the name, if necessary also specifying the date of birth, or enter the tax code, to obtain a "shareholdings file" (with current shareholdings only or with a complete history) in which the following information is provided:

  • the companies (with all essential details) in which the person currently owns shares or quotas
  • for each of the above companies, details of shareholdings held (type and composition, type of entitlement, details of the last statutory requirement attended by the shareholder, details of the statutory admission to the company structure
  • the companies (with all essential details) in which the person has owned shares or quotas
  • for each of the above companies, details of shareholdings held (type and composition, type of entitlement, details of the last statutory requirement attended by the shareholder, details of the statutory admission to the company structure.



Stocks

 
  • They can be the subject of public tenders of financial products
  • A partner may own an unlimited number of stocks
  • They all have the same value
  • The stocks can be represented by credit instruments
  • They are essentially free to circulate
  • Different categories of stocks are allowed

Shares

 
  • They cannot be the subject of public tenders of financial products
  • Each partner has a single share
  • These may be of different values
  • The shares cannot be represented by credit instruments
  • The Articles of Association may exclude or limit the transfer of shares
  • Different categories of shares are not allowed