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Self Service Portal

Our self-service portal has user friendly functionalities that enable you have unrestricted access to various share registration services and a wide range of products which have been tailor-made for our clients, shareholders and other stakeholders in the Nigerian Capital Market.

It is an online and real-time portal that allows you view your investments from any browser or mobile device of your choice.

e-Rights

To minimise manual intervention and streamline the rights issue process for improved efficiency, we have designed a robust platform that allows shareholders view details of on-going Rights Issue and download their Rights Application Forms if they wish to accept (either fully or partially) or renounce their Rights.

The form for the aforementioned contains a shareholder’s details as follows:

  • Account Name
  • Account Number
  • Units held
  • Rights Due and
  • Amount Payable on Full or Partial Acceptance
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e-Rights

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e-Offer

Our e-Offer platform was specially designed to provide an efficient and easy way of getting your CSCS account credited directly with allotted units after an initial or secondary public offering. It offers a convenient way of generating and storing your share certificates electronically thereby eliminating the incidences of missing or unclaimed share certificates.

e-Statement

Shuffling through piles of paper to view your statements can be an unpleasant experience. With our e-Statement solution, you can search for past statements, print and download them. e-Statement is the online form of your Conventional Statement of Account. The available channels to view your statements are:

  • via our portal
  • via email – Your e-Statement can be sent to your registered email address
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e-Statement

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e-Payment Notification

Shareholders can monitor their payments real-time with this solution, thereby significantly reducing the cost of printing and mailing paper notifications. Text messages and email alerts are sent once payments are made into shareholders’ registered bank accounts.