EFL share certificates successfully dispatched
October 28, 2018 12:59 am
The Energy Fiji Limited through the Central Share Registry Limited has dispatched the share certificates to those customers who had subscribed for the free offer of non-voting shares in EFL.
The CSRL is a subsidiary of the South Pacific Stock Exchange Limited and is in charge of handling and managing the shareholders registry for the EFL.
Chief Executive, Krishika Narayan in a market announcement says the share certificate is an important document for EFL customers as they are now also the shareholders of the company.
Narayan says all shareholders are requested to note the perforated or the tear-off portion at the bottom of the share certificate does not need to be signed and/or returned to either CSRL or EFL but rather kept by them for their records.
She adds for those shareholders who witness any errors in the share certificate, in particular with their name or address must contact the CSRL office for verification and correction.
The CSRL is also urging those EFL customers who had applied for the free offer and so far have not received any share certificate, to contact their office.
Narayan says once EFL becomes a listed company on SPSE, the shareholders will have a readily available platform through which they can buy and sell their shares depending on the share price.
Additionally, shareholders will be entitled to receive dividends as and when it’s declared by EFL.