CMC’s Initiative for Investor’s Education
(FAQs of Investors and their answer)
3. Please give the present address of the company?
Registered office Address :
CMC Centre, Old Mumbai Highway,
Gachibowli, Hyderabad – 500 032
Corporate office address :
PTI Building, 5th Floor,
4 Sansad Marg,
New Delhi – 110 001
6. Where can I obtain information on CMC’s financial results?
CMC’s quarterly and annual financial results can be accessed at http://www.cmcltd.com/investor_centre/financial_reports.shtml
7. I have not received the dividend declared by the company,please advice?
All registered shareholders on the book closure date are eligible for dividend.
However, a shareholder may lodge its complaint to the Registrar & Share Transfer Agent,M/s Karvy Computershare Pvt Limited for
non-receipt of dividend or any grievances related to shares.The shareholder may sent the communication by email at the
email id:firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to email@example.com.
8. My unclaimed dividend are transferred to IEPF.How I can claim a refund?
Up to 7 years, such amounts have to be maintained in a separate bank account by the company. You may contact us in this regard
through our Registrars. After 7 years, the companies are required to transfer this amount to the Investor Education and Protection
Fund (IEPF) of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Hence, you are requested to approach MCA. For further details in
this regard, you may like to visit the website of MCA, whose weblink is given below
9. What are the documents I should submit for issue of duplicate share certificates?
Following documents to be enclosed with the application for issue of duplicate share certificate:
a. Indemnity for issue of duplicate Share Certificate/s in the name of the person, in whose name the duplicates are being issued
that he has not sold / disposed off the involved shares or acted in any manner by which any interest of third party would have been
created, as per the applicable Annexure as detailed here under –
1. Indemnity by registered holder
2. General purpose indemnity
3. Indemnity by unregistered transferee/holder in due course
4. Affidavit by transferee
5. Indemnity by transferee for issue of duplicates without producing Transfer deeds
6. Letter from buyer under provisions of Section 108 of Companies Act,1956.
7. Final Court order for issue of duplicate shares required in case of a third party stop transfer (‘third party’ does not include
genuine bonafide transferee).
10.How I can transfer my shares?
Procedure for transfer of physical shares:
The following documents are to be sent to our Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) , M/s Karvy Computershare Private Limited
1. Share Certificate(s),
2. Duly completed and valid stamped Share Transfer Form(s)
3. Listed companies are required to transfer share certificates within a period of one month from the date of lodgment for transfer
of shares certificates.
Procedure for transfer of demat shares:
You have to instruct your Depository Participant (DP) through Delivery Instruction Slip (DIS) to
transfer shares from your demat a/c to the broker pool a/c, Such instruction should reach the DP’s office at least 24 hours before
the pay-in, failing which, DP will accept the instruction only at your (BO’s) risk
11. What is transmission? How I can get my shares transmitted?
"Transmission" means passing of property in shares to the legal heirs. In the event of death of the shareholder procedure for
transmission of shares is as follows;
1. If you are a nominee;
• For shares in demat mode, you have to send Notarized copy of the death certificate Duly filled Transmission Request Form
(TRF) to the Depository Participant (DP)
For physical shares, you may be requested to send any of the below documents;
Original Share certificates.
Duly filled Transmission Request Form (TRF).
An affidavit / declaration by the nominee declaring his rights.
Notarized copy of the death certificate.
to the Registrar and Share Transfer Agent (RTA)
2. Where there is no nomination:
• Shares held in Demat mode;
Where value of the shares is upto Rs one lac, one or more of the following documents is to be furnished to the DP;
=>Notarized copy of the death certificate
=>Transmission Request Form(TRF)
=>Affidavit – to the effect of the claim of legal ownership to the shares,
=>Deed of indemnity – Indemnifying the depository and Depository Participants (DP)
=>NOC* from legal heir(s), if applicable or family settlement deed duly executed by all legal heirs of the deceased beneficial owner
Where value is more than Rs one lac, the DP may additionally insist on one or more of the following documents
=>Letter of Administration
• Shares held in Physical mode:
The RTA may insist on any of following documents;
=>Original Share certificates.
=>Duly filled Transmission Request Form (TRF).
=>Notarized copy of the death certificate.
=>Succession certificate or
=>Probate or letter of administration duly attested by Court Officer or Notary
* In case of multiple successors, NOC from non-applicants shall be recorded on the share transmission form of the applicant
instead of insisting separate share transmission form from each of the successors.
* Transmission of shares is required to be done within a period of one month for share held in physical form and within seven
days for shares held in Demat form, from the date of lodgment of the Transmission Request Form by listed companies.
13. Please provide details of Price and status of trading?
The details of price and status of trading for the companies listed on the BSE and NSE are available at
NSE: http://www.nseindia.com/ (scrip code : cmc)
BSE: http://www.bseindia.com/ (scrip code : 517326)
14. Please provide details of corporate actions like Bonus,Rights,Dividends etc.?
The Corporate Actions of the companies listed on BSE and NSE are available at the web links given under
BSE: http://www.bseindia.com/qresann/announce.asp (or)
http://www.bseindia.com/>Corporates>Forthcoming Corporate Actions
NSE: http://www.nseindia.com/content/corporate/corp_introduction.htm (or)
http://www.nseindia.com/Corporates > Corporate Action Search
15. I want to surrender my shares to the company and get the refund,please advice?
Equity shares, like any other asset, derive their value from the price at which others are willing to buy / sell it. You can encash the
value of your shares by finding a willing buyer.
In case, CMC comes up with an offer to buy shares from the shareholders, you will be intimated. In such offer, you have the option
to tender your shares in response.
16. I want to sell my shares, please advice
It is advisable to sell your shares in a stock exchange through a SEBI registered stock broker. Before trading you will have to
open a trading account with the stock broker (member of the Stock Exchange). The details of the brokers registered with SEBI are
available on SEBI website,and the web link for the same are as under
http://www.sebi.gov.in/ >Intermediaries > Recognised Intermediaries
The details of the members of BSE and NSE are available in the respective website, and the web links for the same are as under
http://www.bseindia.com/>Members – Members’ Directory NSE member;
17. Is it necessary to give Power of Attorney (PoA)?
Power of Attorney is not mandatory for opening a trading account with member of Stock Exchange. SEBI or Exchanges does not
specify that PoA is essential for the investors to trade.
However, as an investor, you have the choice of whether or not to give PoA to the member. In case you decide to give PoA, you
should do so only after fully understanding the risk associated therein. For this you may refer to the Do’s and Don’ts specified by
the exchanges on their websites www.nseindia.com and www.bseindia.com.
Further, if you are opening a 3-in-1 account (bank, demat and trading account) PoA is required for
• Auto debit from your bank account upon purchase of shares
• Auto debit from your demat account upon sale of shares
19. What is the procedure for opening demat account and dematerializing shares?
The websites of CDSL and NSDL provide the procedure for opening demat account and to dematerialize your shares,at the
following web links
http://www.cdslindia.com/> Publications > Investor’s Guide
https://nsdl.co.in > FAQs > General
20. Where can I find the list of DP/ where can I demat my share certificates?
Further,the details of Depository Participants through whom you can demat your physical shares is available in the following web
http://www.cdslindia.com/ > publication > dplist
https://nsdl.co.in/ > Advanced Search – DP Search – Service Centers