Dena Bank is amongst the first nationalised bank to enter equity market in November 1996. Today, out of the equity capital of Rs. 350.06 crore, 55.24% is held by the Govt of India. The shares of the Bank are listed with National Stock Exchange of India Limited and Mumbai Stock Exchange Limited.
Investor Relations Centre has been set up by the Bank at its Dena Corporate Centre at Mumbai to cater to the any assistance to our shareholders and Bondholders. The Department is well equipped for any assistance for dematerilaisation of shares, share transfers, transmissions, change of address, non-reciept of dividend, duplicate/missing share certificates and other matters pertaining to the shares and Bonds.
For any share/ Bond related queries please call Investor Relations Centre at 91-22-26545317-20 or at the following address:
Address: DENA BANK Investor Relations Centre, Dena Corporate Centre, 3rd Floor, C-10, G Block, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (East), Mumbai - 400 051. Tel: 91-22-26545317 to 20 TeleFax: 91-22- 26545317 Email: email@example.com
Office working timings : 10 A.M. To 5 P.M. except on holidays and Sundays & 10 A. M. To 2 P.M. on Saturdays
For any share/ Bond related complaints, please email at the following address:
M/s Sharepro Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. (13 AB, Samhita Warehousing Complex , 2nd Floor, Near Sakinaka Telephone Exchange, Off Andheri Kurla Road,Sakinaka, Andheri East, Mumbai 400 072), is the Share Transfer Agent of the Bank, to whom communications regarding change of address (in case of physical share holding), change in Bank Mandates, transfer of shares, mandate for ECS etc. could be addressed.
The shares of the Bank are admitted in to National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and with Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL), with a view to facilitate holding and trading of its shares through electronic mode.
The Bank is also registered with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) as a Depository Participant (DP) and has joined with NSDL in offering full range of depository since 23/12/1997 through its Capital Market Branch, Mumbai.
The concept of depository, benefits of holding and trading of shares & securities in electronic form is explained here below for the benefit of the shareholders:
A depository is an organisation wherein physical electronic book entries to facilitate trading and settlement in the electronic form. It functions and interacts with the customers and clearing members of the stock exchanges through the Depository Participants (DPs).
The investor has an option to hold securities fully or partly either in dematerialized (electronic) form or physical form. The investor can also reconvert his securities in physical form by opting for rematerialisation.
The benefits of holding & trading of securities in electronic/demat form are enumerated hereunder:
No stamp duty for transfer of shares, units of mutual funds and debt instruments in depository
Elimination of bad deliveries and all risks associated with physical certificates, such as loss, theft, mutilation etc.
Immediate transfer and registration of securities, increasing liquidity of stocks with the investor.
Pay in & Pay out of securities & funds is on the same day for scripless trades,
Faster settlement cycle,
Disbursement of Corporate benefits like rights, bonus etc. in electronic form.
Reduction in brokerage by brokers for trading in dematerialised securities.
Reduction in paper work.
If you wish to maintain your shareholding in the electronic form by joining the depository system, you may open an account with any Depository Participant (DP) or at our Capital Market Branch, Mumbai, and lodge your share certificates, through the DP with the Registrars of the Bank for dematerialisation. The DP will then ensure that the physical share certificates are cancelled and after verification by the Bank/ Registrar and Share Transfer Agents an equivalent number of shares will be credited to your account with the DP in electronic form. You are also permitted to reconvert your electronic share holding into physical form of share certificates by the process of rematerialisation