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First Registrars notifies investors on 17 offers of companies

-set to reissue certificates within 7 days
First Registrars Nigeria Limited had notified investors who took part in 17 different offers of its client companies; on the non-receipt of their share certificates, return money and interest warrants; as it is set to reissue certificates within seven days.

Niran Adetunji, Head, Finance & Accounts of the company affirmed this to Proshare NI today in Lagos Nigeria.

Adetunji affirmed that First Registrars is ready to package an indemnity to investors who had not yet received their share certificates from the recent offers handled by it for their various client companies.

“For those who have not yet received their share certificates for the various companies we have handled their offers as Registrars, they should send a formal letter and we would package an indemnity for them within seven days and issue them the duplicate” he said.

A list of the companies as published in First Registrars notice to investors in about 10 dailies; Adetunji affirmed include ARM Aggressive Growth Fund, Platinum Habib Bank Plc (Bank PHB) Costain West Africa Plc, DEAP Capital Management and FBN Heritage Fund offers of 2007 respectively.

Others are Fidelity Bank Plc’s 2005 offer and 2007 Rights/offer respectively, First Bank of Nigeria Plc’s (FBN’s) 2003 Rights and 2007 Rights/offers respectively.

On the list is also StanbicIBTC Ethical Fund offer of 2005, StanbicIBTC Bank offer 2005, Kakawa Guaranteed Income Fund offer 2007, Oando Plc’s Rights/offer of 2004.

There are also the Oasis Insurance Plc’s Rights/offer of 2007, Prestige Assurance Plc’s and Standard Alliance Insurance Plc’s offers of 2006 respectively and the IBTC Guaranteed Investment Fund offer of 2007.

The above is a total of 17 offers from different companies. Adetunji further affirmed to Proshare NI that First Registrars would reissue physical share certificates or direct crediting to the investors Central Security Clearing System Limited (CSCS) accounts; if furnished and indicated while filling the indemnity form.

He also confirmed to Proshare NI that the Committee set up by Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) on the issue of Infrastructure upgrade and monitoring of Registrars to ensure market transparency; visited First Registrars unnoticed.

Adetunji further confirmed to Proshare NI that the Committee was satisfied with the infrastructure put in place by First Registrar to run its operations.

Some of the facilities on ground, Adetunji affirmed include three Data Capturing Machines, Scanner for converting forms to data and a Call Centre

1 comment:

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