Convertible Preference Share

Convertible Preference Share
   A preference share that can be converted into common shares at a fixed conversion price. Preference or preferred shares entitle a holder to a prior claim on any dividend paid by the company before payment is made on ordinary shares.
   ► See also Preference Share.

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