the Faith Shares Baptist Values Fund (FZB), the Faith Shares Catholic Values Fund (FCV), the Faith Shares Lutheran Values Fund (FKL) and the Faith Shares Methodist Values Fund (FMV) (each a "Liquidating Fund," and, collectively, the "Liquidating Funds").
You can choose to liquidate your limited company (also called ‘winding up’ a company).
Margin is the process of borrowing money from a firm to purchase stock or other securities.
At the time of your initial purchase, you must meet the initial maintenance requirement of 50 percent equity, meaning if you buy ,000 in stock you must put up at least ,000 yourself.
To induce investors to sell, buyout prices are typically higher, and sometimes substantially higher, than the current market price.
All shareholders are entitled to the buyout price, although in some cases an investor must physically submit the stock shares to receive payment.
Corporate stock as a whole can be liquidated if a company files bankruptcy, or if a company is bought out or taken over.
If you buy stocks on margin, your firm can liquidate your stocks if the equity in your account falls too much.
If you tell him to liquidate your portfolio, he will sell everything you own.All assets are sold, with the proceeds paid out to creditors.Individual stockholders generally receive nothing in a corporate liquidation.At the conclusion of the buyout process, the target company's stock is delisted.On an individual basis, your personal stock may be subject to liquidation if you bought it on margin.