Northern Corporation Group

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Organization accounts as private accounts owned by Citizens doesn't exist any more, but the article was left to see how did organizations look like.


Northern Corporation Group
Logo of Northern Corporation Group
General
Owners Alleus
Karl Holm
Country Flag-Sweden.jpg Sweden
Headquarters Svealand
Subsidiaries NGC Moving
NGC Gifts
NGC Weapons
NGC Houses
NGC Wood
Founded 26 October 2008
Founders Alleus
Karl Holm
Demographics
Industries Manufacturing
Construction
Raw Materials
Products Moving tickets
Gifts
Weapons
Houses
Wood
Website http://www.eRepublik.se/viewforum.php?f=102


Northern Corporation Group was a joint-stock corporation with its base located in Sweden. It was formed on 26 October 2008 by Alleus and Karl Holm. They owned 51 % of the corporation and run its companies together.

Companies

NCG had some companies:

Manufacturing

  • NCG Moving - Q1 moving tickets
  • NCG Gifts - Q2 gifts
  • NCG Weapons - Q5 weapons

Construction

  • NCG Houses - Q4 houses

Raw Materials

Shares

Northern Corporation Group was split into 1000 shares. Alleus and Karl Holm own 251 each and another 498 shares have been sold out to private investors. The price per share was Icon-gold.gif 1 GOLD when there was shares for sale, they all sold out in a couple of days.

For buying the shares stock owner and the buyer had to agree on a price, then they contacted the organization and waited for a permission if the purchase will be valid. This was necessary in order to let NCG have control over who owns which shares. NCG can't stop stockholders from selling their shares, but they have to wait for an answer from NCG before the purchase can be done.

In the future NCG planed to register itself on the stock exchange system that's under development, EXR, but the organinzation got banned.

Contact

In order to contact NCG you can write a message to:

Northern Corporation Group also had a forum for it's shareholders here.