What is Company’s registered address and contact details?
31-A, Shadman 1, Lahore
Tel: (PABX) (042) 35960841-43
Fax: (042) 35960846
What is the stock/ticker symbol for Mughal Iron & Steel Industries Limited?
The ticker symbol is MUGHAL.
How do I advise you of my change of address?
If you are a physical shareholder, please send your current address, your new address and your share details along with copy of CNIC to the address:
M/S THK Associated ( Private) Limited, 1st floor, 40-C, Block-6, P.E.C.H.S., Karachi
If you are a CDC accountholder, please send your relevant details to your concerned STOCK Broker/CDC.
Can you tell me dividend history of Mughal Steel?
The share information of this website has a section named “Dividend history & Policy” which gives a link to the dividend history of the company since listing.
Is this a good time to buy/sell MUGHAL Steel shares or MUGHALs?
We are not able to provide advice to investors on share dealing. For advice on share dealing, please contact your stockbroker or independent financial advisor.
Can you send me a hard copy of your Annual Report & Accounts?
Annual Report and Accounts are available to view and print from the Annual Reports pages of the Investor section of this website.
You can also request a hard copy of the Annual Reports.
How can I get my queries resolved?
You can call at our shares department or can email at following;
Tel # +92-423-5960841-43 | firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the procedure to convert physical shares?
The physical shares should be in the name of Account holder. You will deposit your physical shares along with verified transfer deeds and a covering letter with your concerned stock Broker/CDC. They will transfer these shares into electronic shares through the Central Depository Company of Pakistan limited (CDC).
What is the difference between preference shares and ordinary shares?
Preference shares have preference over ordinary shares with respect to dividend payments and in the event of liquidation i.e. payments are made to preference share-holders before any payments are made to holders of ordinary shares. Preference shares usually carry a fixed dividend amount, are usually callable at the option of the issuing company and generally have no voting rights. They may also have an option for conversion to ordinary shares. Ordinary shares are the most common shares issued by a corporation. The ordinary or common stocks have voting rights; dividend payments vary with the company’s performance and are not callable.
What are Payouts?
A company may distribute its profit earnings amongst its shareholders and this can be done in a number of ways:
A rights share is an issuance of new shares to existing shareholders. These are not free however they are usually below the current market price. Issuance of these new shares to existing shareholders is known as Right shares.
Shares of stock given to current shareholders, based upon the number of shares that a shareholder owns.
Dividends are the distribution of a portion of a company’s earnings, decided by the board of directors, to a class of its shareholders. The dividend is most often quoted in terms of the currency amount each share receives (dividends per share).
Who is a nominee?
In case of death of shareholder, the person who will be entitled to get shares as per instructions of the deceased person is called nominee. Shares will be transferred to the name of nominee subject to such conditions or applicable provisions of the law. If there is no nominee of the shareholder than only a valid succession certificate will be considered as valid instructions.