Thank you for your question.if Company A owns 51% of Company B and the nominal value of this investment is £750, there is no reason why Company A can't make the capital investment directly. After all, company A is a shareholder and this payment is a consideration for acquiring 51% of the called up share capital.
The same would apply if Company A were to make further investments.
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