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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
The division of stock into more than one class of common stock, usually called Class A and Class B. The specific features of each class, which are set out in the charter and bylaws, usually give certain advantages to the Class A shares, such as increased voting power.
The separation of a company's common stock into multiple classes, such as Class A and Class B. also called complex capital structure or multiple capital structure.