What is the difference between a stakeholder and a stockholder?
In the world of business, you will find the terms “stockholder” and “stakeholder” used quite often. Some even use these terms interchangeably. There are, however, some key differences between these two terms.
Stockholders are the individuals, firms, groups or institutions that invest in a company to buy and own stock or shares of that company. Stockholder becomes the owner of the business according to the percentage of stock owned by them. Another name used for Stockholders is Shareholders.
A stakeholder is anyone that has an interest or is affected by a corporation or other organization. The stakeholders in a corporation include its: stockholders, creditors, employees, families of the employees, suppliers, customers, community, and others.
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EquityRT provides institutional, mutual fund, stakeholder ownership information for equities worldwide -enabling users to identify investment flows across holder types, sectors, and regions. EquityRT Stockholder Analysis Tools will give you an accurate picture of stockholder profile.
- Determine exactly who holds a specific stock
- Track ownership by both long and short term (hedge fund) investors
- Identify significant increases or decreases in share movements
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EquityRT provides you a wealth of knowledge and understanding about your shareholder base, in turn giving you an excellent foundation for your investor relations strategies.
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- Evaluate patterns and movements of existing investors and identify potential new investors
- Be one step ahead and in a position to anticipate the next move by your shareholders
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