- A shareholder or association with beneficial ownership, whether direct or indirect, of enough voting stock to affect company decisions.
The actual percentage of stock that a beneficial shareholder must own is dependent upon the state or country that the company is headquartered in. The percentage may vary substantially.
Typically, the range is around 20% of all outstanding shares.
Investment dictionary. Academic. 2012.
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