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The first company is called the holding company. The company may give one share to another shareholder who is friendly or aligned to the holding company. Typically, it is a relative of the promoters who run the company. Holding company and subsidiary company is defined under the Companies Act, herein referred as Act. Section 2 46 of the Companies Act, defines Holding Company.
The following are the merits of holding companies :. It is quite easy to form a holding company. The promoters can buy the shares in the open market. The consent of the shareholders of the subsidiary company is not required. The financial resources of the holding and subsidiary companies can be pooled together. The company can undertake large scale projects to increase its profitability.
A subsidiary company is a business entity that is fully or partly owned by another entity. If an X company buys Y company, Y becomes the subsidiary company of X. The company that buys another company becomes a holding company. It shows the relationship that the subsidiaries belong to the holding company. Such a subsidiary is partly owned. Here parent company does not get full control over the subsidiary company.
A subsidiary company is a company that is controlled and at least majority owned by another company. The company that controls the subsidiary is called a parent company or sometimes a holding company. A subsidiary can be structured as one of several different types of corporate entity and is registered with the state where it resides as a subsidiary of the company that controls it. A subsidiary company is a company that is completely or partially owned by another company, which may be a parent company that also has business operations or a holding company whose sole purpose is to own its subsidiaries. Subsidiaries are common in some industries, particularly real estate.
iii) The company is a subsidiary of any company which is that other company's subsidiary. ADVANTAGES OF HOLDING COMPANIES. Following are the.
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