You can find out your current balance, transaction history and dividend payment information through the Share registry services page on the Shareholder centre or by logging on to the Investor Centre of Link Market Services’ website.
How do I check my shares on CommSec?
On the CommSec website
- Log on to CommSec.
- Click on Quotes & Research, and then Quotes.
- In the search box, enter your desired stock code.
- In that stock, click on About.
- Scroll down to Share Registry Details. Here is an example showing Telstra (TLS)’s share registry:
How do I find where my shares are?
How to locate lost shareholdings through the ASIC website. 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.
How do I check my CommSec dividends?
Corporate actions such as dividends are handled directly by the share registry. You can access your historical dividend payments by contacting the share registries that the company is associated with. The share registry will be able to provide you with information such as payment history and tax statements.
How do I look up my Telstra shares?
To view the price of Telstra shares on the ASX please visit https://www2.asx.com.au/markets/company/tls.
How do I check my Woolworths shares?
You can access details of your shareholding in Woolworths by accessing www.linkmarketservices.com.au. You will be directed to Link’s Investor Centre website.
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.
How do I find out how many shares I own?
Divide the total value of your investment in the company by the current value of the stock. This is the number of shares you own of the stock. Walk through an example. If you own $500 worth of stock and the current share price of the stock is $50 then you own 100 shares of stock ($500/$50).
How do I find lost shares?
You should send the documents to the company / registrars for issue of duplicate share certificates accompanied by, affidavit, indemnity & surety bond and original copy of FIR of police complaint reporting loss of share certificates and voucher copy of advertisement released in the government gazette publication …
How do I find out when I bought my shares?
You can contact this company online with your shareholder reference number (SRN) if those shares were “issuer sponsored” or with your “holder identification number” (HIN) if they were “broker sponsored”. Or you can call Computershare on 1300 557 010.
What is a 5% stock dividend?
A stock dividend is a dividend payment to shareholders that is made in shares rather than as cash. … For example, a company might issue a stock dividend of 5%, which will require it to issue 0.05 shares for every share owned by existing shareholders, so the owner of 100 shares would receive five additional shares.
Do dividends go into your bank account?
Shares owned in a dividend reinvestment plan are an example of registered shares. … The dividend will then be deposited directly into your bank account on the dividend payment date.
How long do you need to hold shares to get a dividend?
The London Stock Exchange says companies should aim to pay dividends within 30 business days of the record date. Companies will usually reveal details of the payment date on their website and in shareholder announcements. You won’t have to wait long for dividends to be credited to your account.