Prohibited Donor Self-Assesment
For Individuals Part A
*The term ‘voting power’ refers to section 610 of the Corporations Act 2001. A person can determine their voting power simply by dividing the number of voting shares they control by the total number of voting shares issued, then multiplying the result by 100.
For example, if an individual controls 30 voting shares in a corporation with 600 voting shares in total, then their voting power would be (30/600) X 100 = 5%.