Shares transferred to IEPF

All shares of the Company in respect of which dividends have remained unclaimed or un-encashed for seven consecutive years or more, are required to be transferred by the Company to the Investor Education and Protection Fund (‘IEPF’) established by the Government of India


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Shares Transferred to IEPF?

FinAdvisor Provides consultancy in claim of shares from IEPF (Investor Education & Protection Fund, Govt of India) where shares and dividend have been transferred to Govt.

If dividends are unclaimed for continuous 7 years, the dividend as well as shares pertaining to those dividends are transferred to IEPF, an authority under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt of India.

Once the shares are transferred to IEPF, the investor needs to complete the numerous formalities to get this entitlement and then approach the Nodal officer of the company to get the verification from company and then ultimately approach IEPF to claim the shares.

For holding in each separate company, separate claims have to be filed and co-ordination has to be done with Registrar, Company and IEPF as explained above.

The claim has to be filed online and then physical documents have to be sent by investor to authorities, which are processed and approved by them at various levels.

If you are eager to recover your investments that are stuck with the IEPF authority without having to go through painful administrative or judicial hassles to speak of then contact FinAdvisor today.

All in all, FinAdvisor is a investment consulting company that specializes in the search and recovery of lost, forgotten, and unclaimed investments. Over the years, FinAdvisor has specialized in the recovery of investments via IEPF Claim from the IEPF Authority. We make sure you don’t go through the cumbersome process of searching, writing letters, filling forms, calling for confirmation, waiting for replies, etc.

Precisely, our team will take up everything and trouble you only for your signatures.

Steps to recover shares from IEPF

Step 1

Complete simple form and submit documents

Step 2

Application Preparation by Experts

Step 3

Submission of Application

Step 4

Crediting of Shares into Demat Account by IEPF Authority

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