uncalled share capital
unpaid proportion of stock value the amount of the nominal value of shares for which the company has not requested payment. It may not be intended that this payment should be requested unless the company goes into liquidation.
This checklist describes how companies can raise capital by issuing shares.
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In Figure 1, the balance sheet depicts the “assets” and the source of financing, and, consequently, the claim on the assets. For simplicity, we will focus on financing with a combination of debt and equity, ignoring preferred shares as a source of capital. In fact, many firms do not have preferred
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Figure 2 graphically illustrates the impact of capital structure on stock price, keeping in mind that as we go from no debt to an increasing D/E we are reducing the number of shares. The use of too little debt (L) results in a lower stock price, and too much debt (M) also lowers the stock price.
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Definitions of ’uncalled share capital’ and meaning of ’uncalled share capital’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’uncalled share capital’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.