Frequently asked questions:
- Where can the shares of the Company be traded?
- Who is the Share Transfer Agent of the Company?
- Who should the shareholder contact in Akzo Nobel for any share related query/grievance?
- What is the Share Transfer System adopted by the Company?
- How can an investor receive his/ her unclaimed dividends?
Where can the shares of the Company be traded?
The shares of the Company can be traded on
a) Bombay Stock Exchange-Mumbai
b) National Stock Exchange – Mumbai
c) Calcutta Stock Exchange – Kolkatta (under permitted category)
Who is the Share Transfer Agent of the Company?
M/s CB Management Services (P) Ltd
P-22 Bondel Road
Kolkata 700 019, India
Tel: + 91 33 22806692-94 / 40116700 (100 lines)
Fax: + 91 4011 6739
E mail : email@example.com
For quarry related to dividend please dial – 033 40116742 OR 033 40116724 – Dealing Person Mr. D Nag
For quarry related to shares and other than dividend please dial – 033 40116720 OR 033 40116729 – Dealing Person – Mr. H Singha/Mr. C S Deb
For any share related query or grievance, please contact:
Akzo Nobel India Limited
DLF Cyber Terraces
Building No 5, Tower A, 20th Floor
Cyber City, DLF Phase III
Gurgaon 122 002, India
Tel: +91 124 2540400
Fax: +91 124 2540849
S K Mitra
Investor Operations Officer
Akzo Nobel India Limited
Geetanjali Apartment – 1st Floor,
8-B, Middleton Street
Kolkata – 700 071, India
Tel: + 91 33 22267462
Fax: + 91 33 22277925
What is the Share Transfer System adopted by the Company?
In respect of shares held in physical form, the transfers are effected every 10 days. It is our endeavour to return the duly registered transfers within 15 days , after effecting the transfer, if the documents are properly executed (in case the share certificate(s) do not reach the shareholder within 30 days from the date of lodging the same, they may e-mail their query to the Registrar and Share Transfer Agent.
In respect of shares held in demat form, the transfers are effected electronically through the NSDL / CDSL system, and updated data is downloaded every week.
How can an investor receive his/ her unclaimed dividends?
Under Section 205A of the Companies Act, as amended, the value of unclaimed / unpaid dividend warrants shall be transferred to the “Investors Education and Protection Fund” after 7 years from the date when they fall due. Members who have not encashed the dividend warrants for the period 2005-2006 may approach the Company’s RTA for obtaining fresh ones . The unclaimed dividends for the period upto FY 2004-2005 have been transferred to the Investors Education and Protection Fund as required under section 205C of the Act.