Sir you said while calculating number of preference shares we should not include security premium... As we deal all companies under sec-133. **but you have included security premium to find number of shares required to issue why??? In illustration-4
You should not consider securities premium to arrive at the amount to be transferred to the capital redemption reserve. However, when we have to compute the amount to be raised, we need to consider securities premium as it would also be received. Go through the explanation before the illustration. You will be able to understand.
Sir, you said an example which consists fresh equity shares to be issued @â?¹5000 of face value â?¹10 +premium â?¹10 there,,, you said 5000/10=500 shares must be issued but not 5000/20 =250 shares,, because we cannot use security premium to redeem preference shares
There are two types of problems solved in class. First - When sufficient cash is available for redemption and we need to arrive at number of fresh shares to be issued. In this case if no amount is to be transferred to CRR, then we must ensure that face value of shares redeemed = face value of shares issued [Hence premium is not considered to compute the number of shares] Second - When sufficient cash is not available and fresh shares are being issued to raise cash for redemption. Here, to know how many shares have to be issued to ensure sufficient cash balance, we will consider premium also as premium will be collected from new shares issued.
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Yes.. Sir now i have clearly under stood..... Thank you so much sir
Thanks for asking this question