Learn what share distributions are and why they're important.
A share distribution is the name commonly given to a share transaction where one party is distributing shares to two or more parties.
For example, if Emily owns 10,000 shares and wishes to distribute them evenly by transfer to each of her 5 children, this will commonly be referred to as a share distribution.
The result of the transaction would be:
Shares do not need to be distributed evenly in a share distribution. Any distribution of shares from one person to two or more persons may be referred to as a share distribution.