Overview of Name Deletion or Updation in Shares
The need for Name Deletion or Updation of a new name emerges on the occasion of the death of a shareholder or the inclusion of a new holder in the share, respectively. The change in the name of the shares is necessary so that the surviving holder can claim returns on the shares. The change of name is required so that the Registrar or Transfer agent can keep track of the holder’s shares and make necessary arrangements at the time of claiming dividends.
Since a share certificate is a necessary document that evidences the individual's title, any changes made to the certificate must be intimated and updated to avoid future disputes. The name change also helps determine the original title to the share at the time of transfer and transmission.
We will provide professional assistance to the individual in compliance with the regulatory authorities, from managing the filing to the compliance of the application Enterslice assists in all services.
We will provide skilled assistance in preparing documents that need to be submitted to the company, RTA and Depository Participant.
Connecting with companies
We will aid the individual in the process of filing by making direct contact with the respective company. It will include direct liaisoning of our professional agent with the company and regular follow-ups on the application.
Opening DEMAT account
We will assist the individuals in complying with the regulations needed to convert new physical shares to the DEMAT form. We have a dedicated team of professionals who will assist the client in the conversion process more efficiently.
We provide the facility to our clients to get their documents attested through a notarised officer. We have a team of officers who will help in the process of the notarization of documents.
Direct consultation with lawyers
We allow our client to have direct contact with our team of lawyers if any dispute arises during the change of name with the company, RTA or Depository Participant. We have professional lawyers who have years of expertise in the field and will try to solve all the problems.
Procedure of Enterslice
Assessing the Shares Documents
We will assess the share and other required documents and systematically arrange them to make it easy for the authorities to examine the details.
Assistance in Compliance Procedures
We will handle all the compliance procedures with the regulatory authorities, which include, attestation of the documents, submission of letter request and conversion of Physical shares into DEMAT form, along with opening a DEMAT account.
Provide support with Roadblocks
We will assist in bypassing all the roadblocks that arise during the process. It will include negotiating with the DP/company/RTA and providing a sound resolution for any dispute.
Why choose our Service?
We have dedicated professional teams for this purpose. They will provide sound advice to the clients and assist them in every step of the process.
We have a history of providing our clients best possible solution in less time. To achieve this objective, we have a team of skilled professionals who will bring effective and efficient results.
We have a worldwide customer base who avail of our services. We have national or international experience in dealing with compliance procedures.
We believe that the client's information plays an important role. Hence, we maintain confidentiality in every step of the process with the client.
- A letter mentioning the reason for a name change.
- Self-attested Copy of Pan Card of Surviving Shareholder.
- Self-attested copy of Address Proof
- Duly attested Death Certificate of Deceased Shareholder.
- Original share certificatex
- Certificate of Signature verification from surviving Shareholder duly attested by Bank manager.
- Duly attested copy of Gazette Notification (in case of Name Correction or Name Change)
- Duly attested copy of marriage certificate (in case of name change after marriage)
Clients That Rely on Enterslice Solutions
Our Clients include some of the biggest brands in Insurance, Software and IT, Banking, Financial Services, and Environment sectors.