By: rapidtips On: April 12, 2019 In: Comments: 0

difference between DVR and Normal Share

Many Companies these days offer investors another option in the form of differential voting right (DVR Shares) to earn a bit more from a particular stock by simply giving up few rights which they hardly exercise. In the year 2008 for the first time in India, Tata Motors came out with the DVR shares which later followed by other companies such as Gujarat NRE Coke, Jain Irrigation, Pantaloon India, and Future Enterprises etc. Most investors are not familiar with the term DVR shares. In this blog, you will get detailed information about DVR Share and how it differs from normal share.