Sometimes you can get bogged down in a reality of your own making. This can also happen to you as a shareholder. How can you get out of your own reality, what alternatives are available and how do you make the right choice? Stratfield can provide new perspectives through a so-called paradigm shift.
A business has five shareholders, including the director and his second-in-command. In practice, the second-in-command ‘sabotages’ the policy of the director. This leads to an unworkable situation. The director sees no option other than to resign and to sell his shares to the other shareholders. Or are there more and better alternatives?