What share registry does CommSec use?
Computershare and Link Market Services are commonly used share registries in Australia. If you are trying to look up the details of a shareholding that’s held with another share registry, you may need to contact the registry directly.
Is CommSec a share?
A CommSec Share Trading Account gives you a fast, simple and affordable way to buy and sell Australian shares. You can place orders without a deposit1, so you can take advantage of investment opportunities when they arise. And you can place them however suits you best — online, on the go via our App or over the phone.
Can I buy US shares via CommSec?
CommSec has a partnership with Pershing LLC, a subsidiary of the Bank of New York Mellon, that provides you access to trade on US and non-US markets (including access to Exchange-Traded Funds – ETFs) through CommSec.
How do I know if I have shares in a company?
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.
Who is the issuer of my shares?
You can find out how your shares are held from the reference number on the top right corner of your latest holding or dividend statement. If the reference number on your statement begins with an ‘I’ this is a Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) which means your shares are Issuer Sponsored.
Can you sell shares without a broker?
So yes, you do need a broker to sell shares in Australia, but not in the traditional way you expect.
Is chess a share registry?
CHESS sponsored shares – shares that are registered with a stock broker (like CommSec or another broker). CHESS sponsored shares are allocated a Holding Identification Number (HIN) by the broker. Issuer sponsored shares – shares that are managed by the issuer’s share registry.
Are CBA shares a good buy?
Commonwealth Bank CBA, has delivered excellent returns for investors over the past decade, averaging 9.18% yearly returns (excluding dividends). After accounting for reinvested dividends, returns have been 18.50% per year. CBA has far outperformed the average market return of 11.9% in the past decade.
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