The best place to start is to check with the share registrar – the organisation that maintains the list of shareholders in a particular company – that is named on the certificate. There are three main registrars in the UK – Capita, Lloyds TSB and Computershare.
How do I find out if I have stocks?
Checking your stock accounts is usually easy, as many brokerage houses offer multiple different ways to get information about your holdings.
- Online Review. For many investors, going online is a good way to check stock accounts. …
- Studying Statements. …
- Talk to a Broker. …
- Independent Research.
You can trace other lost shares by contacting the three main share registrars: Link Asset Services (Linkgroup.eu or 0371664 0300); Computershare (Computershare.com/uk); and Equiniti (Equiniti.com or 0371 384 2030).
Please find below information about how to login to your CDSL online portal (called Easi) to check whether shares are available in your demat account.
- Click here to login CDSL online portal.
- Click on Register Easi to register yourself in Easi (Electronic Access to Securities Information).
All companies in India have to file their financials and details of shareholders with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA21). You can access these documents through the website Ministry Of Corporate Affairs.
The IEPF website usually has all the details of unclaimed amounts. To make a claim, you can use IEPF-5 form. In case an investor doesn’t want to go through the hassles and wants to outsource it to some agency then they can also avail that option.
How do I find a company’s stock name?
How Do I Find Stock Symbols for Companies?
- Go to the home page of a financial news website such as MoneyCentral.MSN.com or a financial investment website such as NYSE.com.
- Find the “Symbol Lookup” tab. The tab is usually located on the home page of the investment website. …
- Enter the company name.
How do I find out what stock someone owns?
You can find out the names of the shareholders of a public company through several resources. If you wish to find out the names of large shareholders of a public company that has filed with the SEC, you can find this information by searching EDGAR, the SEC’s Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval System.
Where I can see my demat account?
How to access demat account statement
- Log onto the CDSL website at cdslindia.com.
- Under the ‘Quick Links’ tab on the homepage, select ‘Login’ and login to – CAS.
- Proceed to enter your PAN number.
- Proceed to enter your Demat Account Number.
- Enter other requested data such as date of birth and complete captcha requirements.
How can I see my demat account?
To view demat account holdings, go to our website – http://www.cdslindia.com, click on “login to – New System (BO/CM) ”, enter login ID (username) and password and click on <Login>. 17. What should a BO do if he/she is facing problem while viewing demat account details?
How can I check my demat account?
If your depository is CDSL, your demat account number or BO ID will be a 16-digit numeric character such as 4456327821390812. If you open a demat account with NSDL, your demat account number will also be 16-digit long here but it will start with ‘IN’ and will look something like this: IN5673289213 2810.