Bankruptcy
#1
Ano mangyayari sa shares mo pag nagdeclare ng bankruptcy ang isang company? Or ang tanong pede bang mangyari eto?
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#2
+1

Even more important is if you have no stock positions and they go bankrupt. What will happen to your money that is in your account with them?

Especially if you've got millions of cash. Does this kind of scenario happen?
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#3
..if you are a stockholder, then you are a part owner. when the business goes bankrupt, then sorry for you, you should have sold beforehand Big Grin I have yet to see a listed company go bankrupt, I know there are problem pleagued companies that are either in the rehabilitation list or in the suspended list...but buckruptcy?

...I hope the others could help here, especially those in corporate law practice


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#4
(10-11-2011, 06:43 PM)kinky Wrote: +1

Even more important is if you have no stock positions and they go bankrupt. What will happen to your money that is in your account with them?

Especially if you've got millions of cash. Does this kind of scenario happen?

Mali pala yung tanong ko. I was talking about stockbrokers Big Grin

So pano po pag stockbroker naman ang na bankrupt? Di ba delikado yun kung may pera ka sa kanila?
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#5
...you mean yung brokerage house...minomonitor ng PSE/SEC yan and mahigpit sila sa liquidity ng member brokers, makukulong sila pag palpak ang handling nila sa pera ng mga clients nila...go to the PSE site and read on about HK Securities whose officers nila got jailed


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#6
(10-11-2011, 07:21 PM)Ollie Wrote: ...you mean yung brokerage house...minomonitor ng PSE/SEC yan and mahigpit sila sa liquidity ng member brokers, makukulong sila pag palpak ang handling nila sa pera ng mga clients nila...go to the PSE site and read on about HK Securities whose officers nila got jailed

Yup brokerage house! Smile Sige basahin ko na. Thx! Cool
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#7
if ever palpak.. at nakulong na... ung pera ,maibabalik ba sa atin yun??
when GOD steps in, MIRACLE happens.....

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#8
Com. Ollie, sir, if there happens to be a bankruptcy don't companies offer a buy back first? So walang redemption kapag nagbankrupt? What is the use of shares that have par values? So the par value becomes useless when a company is in financial trouble?
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#9
Equity holders are on the bottom of the "distribution chain". When a company goes bankrupt and is being liquidated ganito ang order:

1.) Creditors - Mga pinag-utangan ng company (under this, minsan may seniority pa like Senior Debt/ Junior Debt like in the case of Banks)*
2.) Preferred Shareholders
3.) Common Shareholders (e.g. traders and other investors holding common stock)

*When banks raise capital, they issue subordinated bonds (at a somewhat higher yield) aka Tier 2 Bonds. This only means kapag nalugi yung bangko, eh medyo sa likod ka pa ng pila bago ka mabigyan ng share mo hehe.

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