Investors are urged to observe the following guidelines for their own protection
- Buy or sell shares only through recognised share brokers registered with SEBI and the regional Stock Exchanges.
- Ensure that the Broker's stamp along with SEBI registration number is affixed on the reverse of the transfer deed.
- If you find that the transferor has signed through a Constituted Attorney, please ensure that the registration number is mentioned on the reverse of the transfer deed.
- Intimate loss of share certificates immediately. Give details of share certificate numbers and/or distinctive numbers of shares covered by lost certificates together with duly accepted police complaint (FIR). Upon receipt of such intimation we shall advise you as to the procedure to be followed for obtaining duplicate share certificates.
- Hold shares in joint names to avoid procedural difficulties involved in the transmission of shares on the death of a shareholder.
- All requests for transfer, consolidation, split and deletion are normally processed within an average period of 7 to 10 days. If you do not receive any response within 25 days of lodgement of your request, please contact us with details and documents. This is to protect your interest against any possible loss or interception during postal transit.
- For deletion of the name of a deceased shareholder, submit a certified copy of the death certificate along with the relevant share certificates, so that the name of the deceased member can be deleted from the share certificate and the Company's record.
- All intimations of change in name, change in status, change in address, etc, should be signed by all joint holders as per specimen signature(s) recorded with the Company. This should be accompanied by certified copies of all relevant documents.
- If you have more than one folio with the Company we strongly recommend that you merge your holdings into one folio and help your Company save costs.