Ordinary shares entitle their own various types of rights:
The right to information and the right to vote.
Financial rights: the right to dividends
Economic rights: the shares are tangible personal assets of the shareholder.
When the transaction is accepted, the dismemberment of the rights attached to shares in two different titles can happen: an investment certificate which will incorporate the financial rights of action and a certificate of voting incorporate the voting rights.
Preferred shares may have one or more voting rights, others more or less priority dividend or alternative titles. The preferred shares may be eligible for a financial benefit (preferential dividend or special dividend or cumulative).
By cons, it is also conceivable for preferred shares to be offered without voting rights, which, in return for a minimum dividend, the owner has no right to vote (but can be recovered in the event of non-payment of dividend priority).