corporate tax system

Shareholders Agreement for Irish Companies

A shareholders’ agreement consists of a signed contractual pact or accord involving a number of or all of the parties who own shares in a company. Frequently, a similar agreement may involve the company as a standalone body as well. The fundamental use of a shareholders’ agreement is to create a holistic framework to guide the administrative affairs of the company. It further articulates on how to handle matters that may cause undesirable rifts in the company setup.