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Companies bylaws may stipulate additional notification thresholds. This is the case for Belgian or French issuers. Under >thresholds you find an extract of those.
French issuers can set double votings rights. Commonly shareholder receivces a double voting right for those shares which they hold e.g. since one or two years. If the issuer has defined a double voting right this can be found in the bylaws.
In Switzerland issuers can set a cap on the investors voting rights in their bylaws. Above a given percentage the management board can prevent that the shareholding is entered in the share register. They may also delete entries in the share register. All this is set out in the bylaws.
In Italy credit unions can set share capital which no shareholder may exceed. After the credit union becomes aware that this limit has been exceeded they inform the shareholder. The excess shares must be sold within a year of such notice. Those details are set out in the bylaws of Italian issuers.
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