Definition of Series A Shares.
Series A Shares means the Series A redeemable convertible preferred shares, par value US$0.01 per share, of the Company.
What is a stock series?
Definition of series a preferred stock
Series A Preferred Stock is the first round of stock offered during the seed or early stage round by a portfolio company to the venture capitalist. Series A preferred stock is convertible into common stock in certain cases such as an IPO or the sale of the company.
What is class and series shares?
The difference between Class A shares and Class B shares is usually in the number of voting rights assigned to the shareholder. Class A shares are common stocks, as are the vast majority of shares issued. When more than one class of stock is offered, companies traditionally designate them as Class A and Class B.
What is the difference between Class A and Class C stock?
GOOG stock represents Class C shares, while GOOGL stock represents Class A shares. Class C shares (GOOG) have no voting rights, while Class A shares (GOOGL) have one vote each. Class A shares will continue to trade on the exchange, however.
What are the different classes of shares?
Types of shares
- Ordinary shares. Most companies only have one kind of shares, called ordinary shares.
- Deferred shares. Deferred shares carry fewer rights than ordinary shares and can include:
- Non-voting shares.
- Redeemable shares.
- Preference shares.
- Management shares.
- Alphabet shares.