How do I find out what stock someone owns?
The U.S. securities and exchange commission provides everything you need to research U.S. stocks with its Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval database – better known as EDGAR. Anyone can access and download the information for free.
Are shareholders’ and guarantors’ details held on public record? Yes, certain information about shareholders and guarantors will be displayed on the public register.
Search for lost shareholdings and unclaimed money through the Australian Government website moneysmart.gov.au. The ASIC website contains details of how to claim your money. The unclaimed money form will step you through all the information you need to provide to ASIC.
The confirmation statement for any company is publically available on the companies house and can be used to identify the shareholders of any UK company. You can see that shareholder one has 3,516 “A Ordinary” shares. … This only works for companies that have filed their confirmation statement electronically.
How do you find unclaimed stocks?
The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) has set up a free website at www.unclaimed.org that will link you to the appropriate department in each state that holds unclaimed funds.
Are stock purchases public record?
In the United States and Canada, the law requires insiders to quickly disclose purchases and sales of company stock and file them on a public database.
How do I find out who owns a private company?
Research Strategies to Find Business Owners
- Make a Call.
- Check the Company Website.
- Do a Little Social Media Digging.
- Conduct a WHOIS Domain Lookup.
- Read the Better Business Bureau (BBB) Reports.
- Search State Databases of Registered Businesses.
- Contact Local Business Licensing or Regulatory Agencies.
The shareholder register requires that every current shareholder is recorded. The register includes each person’s name, address, and the number of shares owned. In addition, the register can detail the holder’s occupation and the price they paid for the shares.
How do I find old stocks I own?
How to Locate Lost Shares of Stock
- Home Search. Search your paper files at home. …
- Broker Contact. Contact your broker to ensure the stock is not being held in “street name.” You may have turned the certificates over and forgotten about it. …
- Investor Inquiries. …
- Request a Stop Transfer. …
- Order a Replacement.
Recovery of Shares
- Transfer of shares after death of an original shareholder.
- Transfer of physical shares.
- Recovery of lost shares.
- Issue of duplicate shares.
- The claim of shares from IEPF.
- The claim of dividend from IEPF.
- Following up with Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) for transfer of shares.
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).