STAK is an abbreviation of Stichting Administratiekantoor. A STAK manages shares of a BV or NV and issues certificates that correspond with these shares. A STAK is used to keep the voting rights at the STAK and transfer the profit entitlement. In other words, this way you can give a person a right to profit without having to provide them with voting rights. The voting rights stay with the STAK and the profit entitlement goes to the other person, because they have a certificate of a share. The STAK receives the dividend and distributes this to the persons holding a certificate of a share. However, you can also choose to give your participants voting rights!
Business Valuation is something you will encounter at some point in your company’s development, probably sooner than you think. For employees, the value of their participation in the company may be more relevant. It is easy to get caught up in all the jargon, but really it is rather simple and I’ll try to explain here how it works and how it can be done.Read more
What is a holding company? Here at Share Council it’s a common question that deserves more explanation. We often come across this item when setting up employee participation structures. A holding is not obligatory for employee participation, but it may come in handy. Briefly put, a holding entails that one BV holds shares in one […]Read more