As a shareholder, regardless of how many shares you have on hand, you have the right to receive selective information from the register of shareholders. On request, the Registrar can provide you with information about all entries in the account on the share in the authorized capital of the company and its value on the Issuer. You can also get information about the Registrar of register the joint stock companies and amending the personal accounts and the registry.
In that case, if the proportion of your voting shares exceeds 1%, you have the right to obtain information about the names of the owners, and the type, nominal value and number of shares that belong to them. If you are the person whose account is debited the securities, or those on whose account they are deposited, then the Registrar of your society needs to provide you with information about performed operations within one working day after the operation was carried out. Information is provided in the form of a notification, which reflects all the details of the operations.
If you are a shareholder, you also have the right to request an extract from the register and information about all transactions on their account over the specified period of time. Such a statement you must provide no later than 5 working days. The pledgee as a collateral used securities, may demand a statement of those shares that are pledged.
Advice 2: How to fill in the register of shareholders
The register of shareholders is a document which contains all data about the company, the holders of shares, categories, dividends and the documents confirming the transactions with securities.
Joint-stock companies with number of participants less than 50 employees keep a register of shareholders independently. When the number of participants more than 50 shareholders business register maintenance are transferred to the organization having the license.
The register of shareholders contains the information about the company, the amount of the share capital, number and nominal value of shares, data on all persons who are nominal holders of shares or their owners. It also collected information about the repurchased by the company shares (number, value and category); data on the payment of dividends; the details confirming the transaction with shares documents.
Joint stock company is obliged to open each shareholder or to a nominee account in the registry, to perform any operations with shares on their behalf, to provide access to the register of shareholders, make changes and additions to issue statements and carry out the remaining steps associated with the maintenance of the register.
You can keep a registry on paper or in electronic form. The paper version is the original and must be signed by the Chairman of the Board of Directors and chief accountant, stamped.
All change records are entered in the register within 3 days upon demand of a shareholder or nominal holder of shares. Any marks are made on the basis of supporting documents. It may be a contract of pledge or sale of stock, transfer orders, judicial acts.
Extracts from the register are issued upon request of a shareholder upon presentation of a written request. The statement will only be issued for those shares owned by the shareholder.
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All the persons registered in the register of shareholders is obliged to inform the society about changes in their data.
To non-corporate could obtain the necessary information from the register of shareholders, he shall submit to the Registrar a release of information from the registry. To persons who have such a right, according to article 44 of the Federal law "On joint stock companies" include the Issuer, registered persons and authorized representatives of the state bodies. The request for information is in writing and information is also provided in writing.