Hello people,

A very high profile retired CEO is joining my holding company as an investor and also as advisor.

Till today, i have in my shareholder agreement that i own 51% of the holding and that my shares are non-dilutive shares.

He wants that my 51% starts getting diluted now so he can brings capital from funds in the future (since he thinks that none big fund will accept that terms).

How you guys are protecting yourself from getting diluted in potencial furters capital ampliations to make more acquisitions? (when the LBO is not possible).

Ps.- i am not close to not get diluted but i want to learn how other searchers are structuting their funds.