Investors

Presentations and Notices

Notice for closure of trading window – 23rd September 2019

Investor Meeting – Intimation and Outcome of meeting held on 9th and 10th of September 2019

Presentation made by Mr Rajiv Rajgopal, Managing Director, at the AGM held on 08 August 2019 at Kolkata

Changes in Directorate of AkzoNobel India Limited – 08 August 2019

ANIL – Scrutinizer’s Report for AGM on 08 August 2019

Regulations 44 voting details - 08 August 2019

Outcome of Annual General Meeting held on 08 August 2019

Meeting of Board of Directors of AkzoNobel India Limited - 8th August 2019

Notice of 65th Annual General Meeting of AkzoNobel India Limited - 8 August 2019

Announcement for Book Closure for Annual General Meeting and Dividend - 1st July 2019

Notice for closure of trading window – 27th June 2019

Investor Meeting – Intimation and Outcome of meeting held on 7th June 2019

Notice of Meeting of Board of Directors of AkzoNobel India Limited held on 3rd May 2019

Notice for closure of trading window – 3rd April 2019

ANIL - Notice for closure of trading window – 1st April 2019

Change in Directorate and Appointment of Chief Financial Officer - 01st February 2019

Notice Board of Directors meeting of AkzoNobel India Limited held on 01st February 2019

Notice for closure of trading window – 31st December 2018

Investor Meeting – Intimation and Outcome of meeting held on 05th December 2018

Notice to Shareholders holding shares in physical form – 05th December 2018

Resignation of Mr. Jeremy Paul Rowe - 30th November 2018

Notice of Board of Directors meeting of AkzoNobel India Limited held on 3rd November 2018

AkzoNobel India appoints Mr. Rajiv Rajgopal as Managing Director – 01st November 2018

ANIL - Notice for closure of trading window – 1st October 2018

Postal Ballot for the appointment of Directors - 21th September 2018

Resignation of Mr. Pradip Menon as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on 14th September 2018

Appointment of Mr. Rajsekaran Guha as Whole-time Director - 10th September 2018

Managing Director Update – September 2018

Changes in Directorate of AkzoNobel India Limited – 3rd August 2018

Appointment of Directors - 3rd August 2018

ANIL – Scrutinizer’s Report for meeting on 02rd August 2018

Regulations 44 voting update - 02nd August 2018

Outcome of Annual General Meeting held on 02nd August 2018

Notice for Annual General Meeting – 02nd August 2018

Notice of Board of Directors meeting of AkzoNobel India Limited held on 02nd August 2018

Announcement for Book Closure for Annual General Meeting and Dividend – 02nd August 2018

Changes in Directorate of AkzoNobel India Limited - 23rd July 2018

CFO Update - 23rd July 2018

Akzonobel Attendance Slip Proxy Form 2017-18

Intimation for record date for buy-back of shares – 07th June 2018

Buyback Notice – 06th July 2018

Notice for closure of trading window – 3rd July 2018

Public announcement for Buyback – 28th May 2018

Postal Ballot Notice, form and results for buy-back of shares – 06th April 2018

AkzoNobel Board recommends buy-back of shares - 06th April 2018

Appointment of Jeremy Paul as Non Executive Director – 06th April 2018

Notice of Board Meeting for buy-back of shares – 06th April 2018

Completion of Divestment of Specialty Chemical business – 31st March 2018

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 01 Feb 2018

Notice for closure of trading window – 10th Jaunary 2018

Postal Ballot result for Divestment of Specialty business – 10th November 2017

Postal Ballot – November 2017

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 02 Nov 2017

Notice for closure of trading window – 16th October 2017

Presentation made by Mr Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, Managing Director, at the AGM held on 14 August 2017 at Kolkata

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 14 August 2017

Attendance slip, proxy and E-voting instructions for AGM to be held on 14 August 2017

Notice of AGM to be held on 14 August 2017

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 18 May 2017

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 31 January 2017

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 21 October 2016

E-voting result pursuant to AGM held on 26 July 2016

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 12 August 2016

Presentation made by Mr Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, Managing Director, at the Annual General Meeting held on 26 July 2016 at Kolkata

Attendance slip, proxy and E-voting instructions for AGM to be held on 26 July 2016

Notice of AGM to be held on 26 July 2016

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 13 May 2016

Mr Pradip Kumar Menon appointed as CFO and Wholetime Director

Notice of Board Meeting to be held on 29 January 2016

E-voting result pursuant to AGM held on 14 August 2015

Presentation made by Mr Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, Managing Director, at the AGM held on 14 August 2015 at Kolkata

Attendance slip, proxy and E-voting instructions for AGM to be held on 14 August 2015

Notice of AGM to be held on 14 August 2015

E-voting result declared at AGM held on 11 August 2014

E-voting instructions for AGM to be held on 11 August 2014

Presentation made by Mr Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, Managing Director, at the AGM held on 11 August 2014 at Kolkata

Disclosure under Section 302 of the Companies Act, 1956

Disclosure under Section 302 of the Companies Act, 1956

Presentation made by Mr Amit Jain, Managing Director, in the AGM held on 8 August 2013 at Kolkata

AkzoNobel India presentation at Investor and Analyst Meet held at Hotel Trident, Mumbai on March 7, 2013

Share Information

AkzoNobel India Limited stock code:

  • Bombay Stock Exchange: 500710
  • National Stock Exchange: EQ AKZOINDIA
  • ISIN: INE133A01011

Share Holding position as on 30 June 2019
Number of shares : 4,55,40,314

Annual Reports and Results

Financial results

Meeting Calendar

Annual General Meeting

Date Time Venue
8 August 2019 2 pm Bharatiyam, IB-201, Sector III, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700 106

Financial Calendar
Financial Year: 1st April to 31st March.
For the year ending 31st March, 2020, quarterly/annual financial results will be announced as per the tentative schedule below:

Quarterly / Annual Results Announced on or before
1st quarter ending 30 June 2019 14 August 2019
2nd quarter ending 30 September 2019 14 November 2019
3rd quarter ending 31 December 2019 14 February 2020
Year ending 31 March 2020 30 May 2020

Guidelines – Demat Form

With the introduction of Depository System, shareholders have the choice of holding shares either in physical form or in dematerialised form. Shareholders may avail the facility of dematerialising shares by opening a Depository Account with a Depository Participant of their choice.

The Company’s shares have also been notified for Compulsory Trading in demat form with effect from January 17, 2000.

Procedures:


Procedure for Dematerialisation of Shares

  • Shareholder to open an account with a Depository Participant (DP) of their choice.
  • Surrender certificates along with Dematerialisation Request Form (DRF) duly completed to the DP
  • DP intimates NSDL/ CDSL of the request through the system
  • DP forwards the certificates along with DRF to the Share Transfer Agent
  • The Share Transfer Agent validates the request, updates records and informs NSDL/ CDSL.
  • NSDL/ CDSL credits the DP’s account and informs the DP. DP updates the shareholder’s account

The shares would now stand dematerialised and can be sold in the same manner as physical shares.


Procedure for Rematerialisation of Shares

  • Shareholder to submit Rematerialisation Request Form (RRF) duly completed to their DP
  • DP intimates NSDL/ CDSL of the request through the system DP fowards RRF to the Share Transfer Agent
  • NSDL/ CDSL confirms rematerialisation request to the Share Transfer Agent
  • Share Transfer Agent updates accounts and informs NSDL/ CDSL and Company issues physical certificate.
  • The share transfer agent creates shareholder’s data in the Register of Members for shares in physical form.
  • NSDL/ CDSL updates accounts and downloads details to DP
  • The Share Transfer Agent dispatches certificates to the shareholder

Procedure involved in purchase of shares

  • Investor places an order with the Broker The Broker issues a contract note/bill to the Purchaser
  • Broker instructs his DP to debit his Clearing Member (CM) account
  • At the time of settlement, the Broker makes payment to Clearing Corporation/Clearing House (CC/CH) via the Clearing Bank
  • The CC/CH then releases shares to the Broker’s CM account which is then transferred to the Investor’s account via NSDL/ CDSL
  • Investor gets credit in his account

Procedure involved in sale of shares

  • Investor places an order with the Broker
  • The Broker issues contract note to the Investor
  • Investor instructs his DP to debit his account.
  • The shares move from Investor’s account to the broker’s Clearing Member (CM) account via NSDL. The Broker’s CM account gets credited.
  • At the time of settlement Broker transfers his CM account to CC/CH, his account is debited. Broker receives payment from CC/CH which is passed on to the Investor.
  • Investor gets credit in his account

Procedure for disbursement of corporate benefits

  • NSDL/ CDSL would provide the details of beneficial owners (investors in demat segment) with reference to the record date/ book closure dates
  • The Company will disburse the dividend by NECS to the account of the shareholder or by sending dividend warrants directly to the beneficial owners or to the Mandatee Bank. In case of other corporate benefits like rights/ bonus issues, the distribution will be done in electronic form by NSDL/ CDSL for those holding shares in demat mode.
  • The investors should ensure that they get credit for their purchases in their Account before the record date/ beginning of book closure, as the case may be, for entitlement of all corporate benefits
  • For entitlement of all kinds of corporate benefits, Investor should follow the notification of the Stock Exchanges for record date/book closure as the case may be.

Guidelines – Physical Form

All queries relating to equity shares to be addressed to the Share Transfer Agent while sending queries/grievances, investors need to quote:

  • Folio number
  • Certificate number, Distinctive Numbers, Number of Shares.
  • Full address including PIN Code and telephone/fax no/mobile no./email id. if any. (Download format)

Please send valuable documents by registered post. Keep photocopies of share certificates, transfer deeds and postal registration slip/acknowledgement, etc. Any change in signature should be intimated to the Company with a fresh specimen of the signature duly attested by the banker. Non-Resident Indian (NRI) shareholders may have to furnish RBI approvals wherever applicable. They may also give NRO/NRE bank account number with name and address of the bank etc as per the performa attached to enable remittance of future dividends.

Procedures:


Procedure for Transmission of shares in case of death of shareholder

Share Certificate(s) along with the necessary documents to be sent to the Share Transfer Agent.

If shares held in joint names, other joint holders to provide:

  • Death certificate of the deceased share holder , in original or copy thereof duly attested by competent authorities (magistrate, notary public, gazetted officer, managers of nationalised banks)
  • Transmission form (download Transmission Form) or request on plain paper, without affixing share transfer stamp, duly completed by the surviving joint holder(s)
  • Share certificate(s) in original Photocopy of PAN of the surviving joint holder(s) duly self attested.
  • If shares held in single name, legal heir(s) to provide:
  • A copy of probate of will along with the copy of Will of the deceased duly attested by the competent authorities.
  • Where deceased shareholder has not left any Will, a copy of succession certificate or letter of administration duly attested.
  • Death certificate of the deceased share holder, in original or copy thereof duly attested by competent authorities (magistrate, notary public, gazetted officer, managers of nationalised banks)
  • Transmission form or request on a plain paper, without affixing share transfer stamp , duly signed by legal heir(s)
  • Share certificate(s) in original
  • Photocopy of PAN of the successor(s)/administrator(s)/executor existing duly self attested.

Where the Company, at its discretion (if the shares involved are not more than 100) waives requirement of production of Succession Certificate or Letter of Administration, legal heirs to provide:

Indemnity Bond/Affidavit, Transmission Form / etc. (Download procedure, Download Consent Letter & Download Transmission Form)


Procedure for availing facility of nomination on shares

  • Nomination can be made only by: Individuals holding shares in a single name or joint name(s) not more than two joint holders.
  • Request for nomination on shares to be sent to the Share Transfer Agent
  • To availing the facility shareholder to provide:
  • Form No.2B, duly signed by all holders (signature(s) duly attested by the Manager of the Bank (Download format)
  • Separate forms to be submitted in respect of each Folio
  • Following individuals can also be appointed as nominees:
  • A minor, provided name and address of the guardian and the date of birth of the minor is given
  • A Non-Resident Indian (on repatriable or non-repatriable basis), subject to Reserve Bank of India’s permission, as applicable.
  • Shareholder holding shares in dematerialised form to approach Depository Participants concerned regarding nomination.
  • Any transfer/sale of shares by holder/joint holders automatically cancels nomination registered.
  • Law permits shareholder to vary or cancel nomination.
  • Nominee acquires right to the shares only on the death of individual shareholder (where shares are held by only one person) or on the death of both/all joint holders (where shares are held jointly)
  • Nominee is the only person who can claim shares of the deceased shareholder(s)
  • For claiming shares in the event of death of the holder/joint holders, nominee should provide to Share Transfer Agent: Requisition letter duly signed by nominee
  • Death certificate of shareholder(s), in original or attested copy thereof
  • Share certificates, in original
  • Proof of identity of nominee, unless specimen signature of nominee is furnished in Nomination Form itself
  • Photocopy of PAN duly self attested.
  • Specimen signature duly attested by the Manager of the Bank
  • Photocopy of address proof documents duly attested.
  • Transmission form duly completed

Procedure for Issue of duplicate share certificate(s)

  • In case of theft or loss of share certificate(s) shareholders concerned required to write to Share transfer Agent immediately for noting of Stop Transfer and to obtain the details of certificate and distinctive nos. to provide some documents as per the requirement of Share Transfer Agent:FIR/GDR/Police Complaint Indemnity Bond/Affidavit etc. (Download procedure & Download formats)
  • Demand draft payable at Kolkata, of such amount as intimated by the Company to defray the expenses of advertisement to be published in newspapers for this purpose. However, the Company may, at its sole discretion decide to waive the requirement of filing complaint and issue of advertisement if the shares involved are not more than 50.

Procedure for Payment of Dividend through National Electronic Clearing Services (NECS)

  • NECS facility is optional and only an additional mode of dividend payment with the following distinct advantages:
  • Instant credit to bank account at no extra cost.
  • Total avoidance of fraudulent encashments.
  • No loss of dividend warrants in transit.
  • Under this facility
  • Dividend amount payable directly credited to shareholder’s bank account at the earliest
  • Bank branch concerned indicates credit entry as ‘”NEFT’” in shareholder’s pass book/statement of account.
  • To avail this facility shareholder holding shares in physical form, require to provide mandate for NECS in prescribed format to Share Transfer Agent. (Download new ECS format)
  • The Company presently offers this facility only to shareholders with a bank account at certain selected centers.
  • The Company reserves the right to pay dividend by issue of dividend warrants instead of paying dividend through NECS for any reason including insufficient response.

Mandate for Payment of Dividend
To ensure that dividend warrants reach shareholders safely and promptly, request for printing bank account details on dividend warrant to be sent to Share Transfer Agent in prescribed format for those who are holding shares in physical form (Download new Divident Payment Mandate form) and those holding shares in demat form should furnish the NECS to their DP as per prescribed format of the concerned DP


Procedure for Issue of Duplicate Dividend Warrant(s)

  • Dividend Warrants dispatched within thirty days of approval of dividend by shareholders at Annual General Meeting (AGM)
  • Request for issue of duplicate dividend warrants to be sent to Share Transfer Agent
  • In case of loss/ theft/of dividend warrant, shareholder to provide:
  • Folio number
  • Requisition letter signed by sole holder/ first holder/ all joint holders
  • Demand Draft in lieu of loss of original warrants are issued after reconciling the bank statement, ie, after 90 days from date of issue of warrants, if the said warrant(s) are found not to have not been encashed.

Procedure for Revalidation of Dividend Warrant(s)

  • On expiry of validity period of dividend warrant(s), request for revalidation of such warrants to be sent to Share Transfer Agent.
  • For revalidation of dividend warrants shareholder to provide unencashed warrant(s).

Procedure for Correction of mistakes in Share Certificate(s)/ Dividend Warrant(s)

  • Request for correction in share certificate(s), dividend warrant(s) to be sent to Share Transfer Agent.
  • Requisition letter duly signed by all holders
  • Original share certificate/Dividend Warrant along with the photocopy/ies of PAN duly self attested and an Affidavit on Non-Judicial stamp paper of Rs. 20/- duly affirmed before a 1st class Magistrate/Notary Public.

Procedure for Change of Address

  • Request for change in address/bank mandate details to be sent to Share Transfer Agent.
  • For such change shareholder to provide:

Frequently asked questions:


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 - Kolkata (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 40116700 (100 lines)
Fax: + 91 4011 6739
E mail : rta@cbmsl.com

For query related to dividend please dial – 033 40116742 or 033 40116724 – Dealing Officer: Mr. Diptanshu Nag

For query related to shares and other than dividend please dial – 03340116717 OR 033 40116720 – Dealing Officers: Mr. Biswajit Rahut/Mr. Sourav Pramanick


Who should the shareholders contact in AkzoNobel India Limited for any share related query/grievance?

For any share related query or grievance, please contact:

R Guha Company Secretary Email: investor.india@akzonobel.com

Corporate Office

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

Registered Office:

Geetanjali Apartment – 1st Floor,
8-B, Middleton Street
Kolkata – 700 071, India
Tel: + 91 33 22267462
Fax: + 91 33 22277925

Share Transfer Agent:

M/s CB Management Services (P) Ltd
P-22 Bondel Road
Kolkata 700 019, India
Tel: + 91 40116700 (100 lines)
Fax: + 91 4011 6739
E mail : rta@cbmsl.com


What is the Share Transfer System adopted by the Company?
Physical share transfer has been discontinued with effect from 01.04.2019 as per the Circular issued by Securities and Exchange Board of India.

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 during the last 7 years may approach the Company’s RTA for obtaining fresh ones. Dividends older than 7 years can be claimed from IEPF by filing Form IEPF-5.

Investor Contacts

Nodal Officer

R Guha
Company Secretary
Email: r.guha@akzonobel.com

AkzoNobel India Limited
Epitome
Building No 5, Tower A, 20th Floor
Cyber City, DLF Phase III
Gurgaon 122 002, India
Tel: +91 124 2540400
Fax: +91 124 2540849

Investor Grievance Redressal
Email: investor.india@akzonobel.com

Dy.Nodal Officer

V A Thomas
Manager - Stakeholder Relations
Email: v.thomas@akzonobel.com

AkzoNobel India Limited
Epitome
Building No 5, Tower A, 20th Floor
DLF Cyber City, DLF Phase III
Gurgaon 122 002, India
Tel: +91 124 2540400
Fax: +91 124 2540849

Registered Office

AkzoNobel India Limited
Geetanjali Apartment – 1st Floor
8-B, Middleton Street
Kolkata – 700 071, India
Tel: +91 33 22267462
Fax: +91 33 22277925

RTA:
M/s CB Management Services (P) Ltd
P-22 Bondel Road
Kolkata 700 019
Tel: + 91 33 22806692-94 / 40116700
Fax: + 91 33 22870263
E mail: rta@cbmsl.com

Unclaimed Dividend

Pursuant to Sections 205A and 205C of the Companies Act, 1956, the Company is required to transfer the amount of dividend remained unclaimed for a period of seven years from the date of transfer to the Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF).

Ministry of Corporate Affairs has issued a Circular notifying the Rule “Investor Education and Protection Fund (Uploading of information regarding unpaid and unclaimed amounts lying with Companies) Rules, 2012”. As per this Rule, companies have to identify and upload details of unclaimed dividend on their website.

Accordingly detailed information in respect of the relevant financial years is provided for the benefit of the Company’s Investors.
Status of Unclaimed Dividend as on AGM Date: 08 August 2019

Unclaimed Shares

Pursuant to Section 124(6) of the Companies Act, 2013 and the ‘Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority (Accounting, Audit, Transfer and Refund) Rules, 2016’ as amended (hereinafter called ‘the Rules’), all shares in respect of which dividend has not been paid or claimed for seven consecutive years or more, are required to be transferred to Investor Education and Protection Fund (“IEPF”). Details of shares scheduled to be transferred to IEPF are given below:

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