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How can I provide the breakdown of shares/Share Registry?

The corporate breakdown of shares or Share Registry should be within the official Articles of Organisation. If your documents do not contain this information, you may submit a separate document on your company’s letterhead indicating the company’s Share Breakdown. This letter must be signed by a Director of the company. Please remember that all shares and/or ownership must be accounted for. This document must be certified. Friedberg Direct does not establish account relationships with entities that issue "Bearer Instruments." Bearer instruments are wholly owned by the person who physically holds the bearer document and the issuing firm neither registers the owner of the stock, nor tracks transfers in ownership. Please ensure that your corporate documents indicate that your entity is allowed to only issue "Registered forms of ownership."

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Regulatory Documents:
IIROC Brochure: How Can I Get My Money Back, How IIROC Protects Investors, IIROC Complaints Brochure, CIPF Brochure, CIPF Coverage Policy, IIROC Order Execution Only Bulletin, Conflict Disclosure Statement, Covid-19 and Cyber Security - Tips for Investors, Relationship Disclosure Information Document

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