Methods for Various Stock Procedures
Contact for inquiries related to stock (procedures such as address change, change in reception method of dividends, request for purchase/additional purchase of shares less than one unit, inheritance, etc.)
Please note that the contact is different depending on the status of shareholding as follows.
Additionally, as for the dividends not received yet, they are paid at the head office and branch offices, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation, irrespective of the status of shareholding.
|Status of shareholding||Contact for inquiries|
|Case where you own the stocks in the accounts of a securities company, etc.||Securities company, etc. with which you have a deal|
With regard to the shares less than one unit (1 to 99 stocks),
you can sell it to us, or purchase the number of stocks necessary to make one unit (100 stocks) from us.
Though there is a restriction where shares of less than one unit cannot be purchased or sold in a stock market, etc., you can sell (purchase system) it to us, or purchase (additional purchase system) the number of stocks necessary to make one unit (100 stocks) from us. Please refer here for the details.
To the shareholders who own the stocks in the special account
Due to the digitization of stock certificates on January 5, 2009, as for the shareholders who had not deposited stock certificates in Japan Securities Depository Center, Inc. before digitization, the owned stocks are registered in the special account which we opened.
Purchase/sale are not possible in a stock market with the special account.
For this reason, please note that you need to transfer the stock to the account of a securities company, etc.
→Refer here for the procedures in the case of a request for the transfer to the account of a securities company.
Additionally, in the case of owning shares of less than one unit (1 to 99 stocks), the following procedures are also available.
- I want to have all the stocks purchased, because I own less than one unit of shares.
- I want to transfer to the account of a securities company, etc., while additionally purchasing shares less than one unit to make it one unit (100 stocks).