Share certificates preferences on ASIC share forms

This article explains the "Share Certificates Preferences" options in Share Transfer and Share Issue forms:
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Last certificate number

"Last certificate number" is the Share certificate number of the last shares that were issued or transferred within the Company. For instance, if new shares are to be issued with Share certificate number "61", the last Share certificate number will be "60". 

The Share certificate number can be verified from the Company Profile. Navigate to Menu > Companies > Search for company name > "See full profile" > View > "Shares":
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Note:
This field is optional therefore if there is no Certificate Number Information on the Shares page, NowInfinity has not been given this information.

 

Last share number

"Last share number" is the total number of Shares held in the Company before any new Shares are issued or transferred.
The Last share number can be verified from the Company Profile. Navigate to Menu > Companies > Search for company name > "See full profile" > View > "Shares" > Company share structure > Number Issued

 

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Note: This field within the form is optional therefore if your firm does not wish to use Share Numbers, you can leave this blank. 

 

  • "Create separate certificates for newly received shares": New Share certificates will be generated for the newly issued Shares and any previously issued Share certificates will stay as they are. 
  • "Consolidate shares and cancel existing certificates (if any)": A consolidated Share certificate will be generated for the Shareholder, and any previously issued Share certificates will be cancelled. 

Share Certificate Paid Amount

  • "Display Nominal Value" is the book value or the cost price of the shares will be reflected on the documents.
  • "Display Consideration" is the current consideration amount will be reflected on the documents.

 

 

 

 

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