How do I find out information about my shareholding?
You can find out details about your shareholding though Computershare’s Investor Centre Computershare Investor Services
Street Address: Yarra Falls, 452 Johnston Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067
Postal Address: GPO Box 2975, Melbourne VIC 3001
How do I find out information about my shareholding?
Computershare’s Investor Centre makes it easy to:
– obtain your current share holding balance as at a specified date
– view your transaction and dividend history
– Update your shareholding details, including registered address, Tax File Number, bank account details and much more
– elect to receive your shareholder communications by email
– Change your annual report election (ie. printed, email, no annual report.
For security you will be asked to provide your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN ) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) and the postcode recorded in relation to the holding. Your HIN or SRN will appear on all your original holding statement, subsequent statements, payment advices and your dividend statement.
Can I access my shareholder information over the phone?
Yes, you can call our share registry on 1300 738 768 or if calling from outside Australia + 61 3 9415 4377
For security you will be asked to provide your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN), your surname or the company name under which the shares are registered and the postcode recorded in relation to the holding. Your HIN or SRN will appear on all your original holding statement, subsequent statements, payment advices and your dividend statement.
What are Securityholder Reference Numbers (SRNs) or Holder Identification Numbers (HINs)?
A SRN or HIN is a reference number used to identify you as the owner of your shares. As such, it should be kept confidential and stored securely like a password. Your HIN or SRN will appear on all your original holding statement, subsequent statements, payment advices and your dividend statement.
You will have either an SRN or HIN depending on how you acquired your Atlas shares.
– SRNs begin with the letter ‘I’, for example I0002894945 (which may look like the numeral “1” in some fonts).
— If you have an SRN it means that you are an issuer sponsored shareholder.
– HINs usually start with the letter ‘X’ or have no alphabetical prefix, for example X0002894945 or 0002894945.
— If you have an HIN it usually means a stockbroker acquired the shares on your behalf and you are a brokersponsored holder
Broker sponsored holdings are maintained on ASX’s CHESS system and as such are also referred to as CHESS sponsored holdings. Your broker can explain this to you in more detail.
In general if you are an issuer sponsored holder you will need to contact the Share Registry to change your personal information regarding your shareholding. If you are a broker sponsored holder you will need to contact your stockbroker to change these details.
If you cannot find documents that display your HIN or SRN, contact our Share Registry who will provide you with instructions on how to arrange for a replacement to be issued (there may be a cost).
How do I update my details or instructions?
– Change of address
– Directly credit of dividend payments
– Update banking instructions for directly credit
– Correct a spelling error in how my name is shown on the register
– Provide my Tax File Number
How you update your details depends on your individual circumstances.
Brokersponsored holders must change their details via their stockbroker.
Most individual issuer sponsored holders can change their details either online with our Share Registry or by contacting the registry on 1300 738 768 or if calling from outside Australia + 61 3 9415 4377.
All other issuer sponsored holders (joint holders, companies, etc.) should complete the appropriate form and return it to our Share registry.
Click here to download forms from the Share registry’s website.
What happens if the bank rejects my direct credit?
In some cases, if the bank rejects your direct credit payment, a cheque will automatically be generated when the funds are returned to the Share Registry. The cheque will be mailed to your current registered address shortly thereafter. You will also be asked to update your bank account details for future payments.
In other cases, you may be required to provide new direct credit details to which the rejected payment and all future payments can be credited.
Contact the Share Registry if you are in doubt about whether a dividend has been paid or not.
I have recently changed my name. How do I update my name on the share register?
If you are a brokersponsored holder, you need to contact your stockbroker to change your name details.
Issuer sponsored holders can change names by completing a Name Correction Request from. Please note that the registry is unable to accept requests by fax, email or phone.
The completed form should be signed correctly and accompanied by relevant supporting documentation. If you are signing under a power of attorney, a certified copy of the original power of attorney must also be lodged. Supporting documentation requirements differ, depending on the reason for the change of name:
Change of name by marriage – a certified copy of yourMarriage Certificateis required
Revert to maiden name – a certified copy of yourMarriage Certificateis required
Change of name by deed poll – a certified copy of theDeed Pollis required
Change of company name – a certified copy of theCertificate Of Registration Of Change Of Nameis required.
Why can I update some elements of my holdings online, but have to complete a form for others?
Bisalloy Steels and the Share Registry take the security of your holdings very seriously, and can only make online updates available for specific transaction types and holdings. Availability is based on several factors, including industry regulations, transaction type and whether the holding is in an individual, joint or company name.
If the update you require is not available online, please complete and sign the relevant form and forward it to us for processing of your instruction.
Click here to download forms from the share registry’s website.
How do I buy or sell shares?
To buy or sell Bisalloy Steels shares you will need to contact your stockbroker. If you do not have a stockbroker, the Australian Securities Exchange can help you find one.
You will need your SRN or HIN to sell your shares.