You can find your Shareholder Reference Number, which is 10 digits long and begins with the letter ‘C’, on your statements, dividend advice or cheques or other shareholder material. If you have a statement, the Shareholder Reference Number will be located on the right hand side near the top of the statement.
Your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) is a unique identifier for your shareholding and can be found on either your share certificate, statements, welcome letter or a recent dividend confirmation/tax voucher.
The SRN / HIN can be found on the most recent holding statement or share certificate. It’s 11 characters long an usually starts with an “X” or “I”.
Is SRN and Hin the same?
SRN stands for Securityholder Reference Number. An SRN is used to identify the owner of shares that are held by a share registry (i.e. the shares are issuer sponsored). A HIN is different to an SRN. A HIN is used to identify the owner of shares that are held/managed (i.e. sponsored) by a broker like CommSec.
Go to the company’s website and search for an Investor Relations section. The share registry will be shown there.
All companies in India have to file their financials and details of shareholders with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA21). You can access these documents through the website Ministry Of Corporate Affairs.
What does it mean to be a shareholder? Basically, if you are a shareholder, it means you own stock in a corporation. Owning corporate stocks gives you certain rights, including the right to attend annual shareholders meetings and cast votes.
Who is the share registrar for Commonwealth Bank? Link Market Services Limited (Link Market Services) is the share registrar for Commonwealth Bank fully paid ordinary shares (CBA) and hybrid securities.
Your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) is a unique identifier for your shareholding and can be found on either your share certificate or a recent dividend confirmation/tax voucher and is often proceeded by either the letter C, I or G.
What does a HIN number look like?
The HIN consists of 12 letters and numerals at least one-quarter inch tall that indicate the manufacturer, hull serial numbers and/or letters, and model year and/or month. …
Do I need a HIN number?
Why should I have a Holder Identification Number (HIN)?
If you have a HIN, all shares you have been successfully allotted will land in the one brokerage account assigned to that HIN. … For shares on the issuer sponsored subregister, you need to notify the share registry of each company in which you hold shares.
In order to obtain Duplicate Share Certificates, You need to Lodge a complaint with Police Station and submit a Copy of FIR (mentioning Folio No, Share Certificate(s), Unit Name, Distinctive No(s) and no. of lost shares) in original or attested by notary/gazette officer.
The first thing to do is to find out if the company on the share certificate is still trading. To do this, type in the company name in the search box on the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) website (londonstockexchange.com).
How do I find my SRN Hin?
The HIN or SRN can be found on the top right hand corner of your holding statement and other shareholder communications. A HIN, being Broker sponsored, commences with an ‘X’. If you have an account number from a CHESS statement you will need to add an ‘X’ to the front of the account number before logging in.