A shareholder, other than the majority shareholder, in a company that is controlled by a majority shareholder or group of connected shareholders.... more on: Minority shareholder
A shareholder whose total share ownership in a publicly listed company is less than 50%.
A shareholder holding less than 50% of the voting rights attached to the equity and accordingly subject to the control of another shareholder or group of shareholders with the majority. There is a further 25% threshold below which the minority can prevent special resolutions being passed.
A shareholder whose voting ownership in a public company is less than 50 percent.
The shareholder of a company who is unable either alone or with his associates to prevent others from controlling the board of directors of the company and the management of its business.