called up capital

/ˌkɔ:ld ʌp 'kæpɪt(ə)l/ noun
a share capital in a company which has been called up but not yet paid for
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‘…a circular to shareholders highlights that the company’s net assets as at August 1, amounted to œ47.9 million – less than half the company’s called-up share capital of œ96.8 million. Accordingly, an EGM has been called for October 7’ [Times]

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