At the time of your initial purchase, you must meet the initial maintenance requirement of 50 percent equity, meaning if you buy ,000 in stock you must put up at least ,000 yourself.If your equity ever falls below the minimum maintenance requirement, which is usually between 25 and 40 percent, your firm will issue a margin call.Individual stockholders generally receive nothing in a corporate liquidation.Stock shares trade down sharply in value until they are ultimately "delisted" and removed from the stock exchange."Stock liquidation" can have a number of different meanings, but the common theme is that the stock is sold in exchange for money.
The best way for a stock to get liquidated, in most investors' eyes, would be when a stock is bought out.
All shareholders are entitled to the buyout price, although in some cases an investor must physically submit the stock shares to receive payment.
At the conclusion of the buyout process, the target company's stock is delisted.
If you buy stocks on margin, your firm can liquidate your stocks if the equity in your account falls too much.
As an individual, you can liquidate stock by selling it in your portfolio.
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This publication is available at https://uk/government/publications/claim-money-back-from-a-bankrupt-person-or-company-in-compulsory-liquidation-guidance-for-creditors/claim-money-back-from-a-bankrupt-person-or-company-in-compulsory-liquidation-guidance-for-creditors If you’re owed money, you’re a creditor of the person or company that is in debt to you.