Share Premium

Share Premium An amount in excess of the face value of a share charged by a company on its share issue. The premium is supposed to represent the high value of the share and its bright prospects: too often, however, it is the company’s own perception of its worth, which the market doesn’t support and show its opinion by bringing down the price below what the company has persuaded shareholders to part with.

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