What is a Common Shareholder Number (CSN) and or Holder Number?
All investors who purchase securities through the NZX will be allocated a CSN, which will be your common holder number across all listed securities (all the registries will hold that single number as your share holder number). The CSN should be quoted to your sharebroker, along with your FIN when you buy and sell securities. If you do not have a CSN, you can apply for one by contacting your sharebroker. If you are not an active investor, and simply want to dispose of your holding on a one-off basis, you do not need to apply for a CSN – the original holder number allocated to you by the registry, along with the associated FIN will be sufficient. Either your CSN or a holder number will appear on your FASTER Transaction Statements, Dividend Advices and other registry documents you may receive. Important note – your Common Shareholder Number (CSN), Holder Number and Faster Identification Number (FIN) identify you as the owner of your securities and should be stored securely. Holder Number
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- What is a Common Shareholder Number (CSN) and or Holder Number?
- What is a Common Shareholder Number (CSN)?