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ATH signs up with Central Share Registry


May 23, 2019 06:54:41 PM

ATH signs up with Central Share Registry Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited (ATH) today signed a service agreement with Central Share Registry Limited and becomes the registry’s largest client company in terms of shareholder base.

All Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited shareholders and licensed stockbrokers will now have ease in doing business as they can now liaise with Central Share Registry Limited for all administrative and shareholder queries.

Central Share Registry Limited is a fully owned subsidiary of the South Pacific Stock Exchange having started its operations in 2002 and is the first securities provider to be established in Fiji.

Currently, Central Share Registry Limited looks after 18 out of the 21 companies listed on the South Pacific Stock Exchange and it also serves two unlisted companies in Fiji.

Central Share Registry Limited Chief Executive Krishika Narayan said they will continue to maintain scalability in operations.

“Through this partnership and the use of technology, there will be ease in doing business as ATH can concentrate on its core business with comfort while the needs of their shareholders will be well looked after,” she said.

“This is a great achievement for Central Share Registry Limited which now has the opportunity to provide share registry services for a renowned company in Fiji.”

“Being the subsidiary company of the frontline regulator of Fiji’s stock market- South Pacific Stock Exchange, the service Central Share Registry Limited provides to shareholders of our clients is founded on investor protection, engagement and accountability.”

“We are the only fully dedicated share registry service provider in Fiji with years of experience which set us apart as the market leader,” she added.

Amalgamated Telecom Holdings Limited Chief Executive Ivan Fong said it was economical for them to work with the registry and is confident the 1400 shareholders will benefit from the new arrangement.

He said the shareholders should now expect quick, reliable, efficient and effective service delivery and the long waits for queries should become a thing of the past.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka


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