- Nominal Value
The nominal value of a share is its basic value on issue, as determined by a company's shareholders, excluding any "share premium" that reflects its market value. A share's nominal value is often £1, 10 pence or 1 pence, but can be any amount.
A partnership, company, or person trusted to hold assets on behalf, and at the direction, of someone else.
Non-dilutive funding is when a company takes new funding that does not result in the dilution of shareholder equity holdings.
Where a person agrees not to solicit a company's clients or staff after leaving the company.