UK Accounting Glossary
Equity interest is the ownership share of a shareholder in a business. For example, having a 25% equity interest in a company means that the shareholder owns a 25% stake in the business. An equity interest does not necessarily mean that a shareholder is entitled to a proportionate share of the income generated by an investee.
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This glossary post was last updated: 2nd February 2020.