On what stock exchanges are Uralsvyazinform’s common shares traded?
Uralsvyazinform common shares (URSI) are traded on:
On what exchanges ADRs on Uralsvyazinform’s shares are traded?
Level 1 American depositary receipts (ADRs) for both common and preferred shares are traded on Frankfurt, Berlin stock exchanges the listing of the NYSE as well as over the counter basis on London, Frankfurt and other stock exchanges.
On what stock exchanges Uralsvyazinform’s preferred shares are traded?
The Company’ preferred shares are traded on:
Which indices are Uralsvyazinform’s shares/ADRs included in?
The shares/ADRs of Rostelecom constitute the calculation basis of the indices as follows:
What is the share capital structure?
Information on the share capital structure is available in the section Shareholder structure.
What entity is the Company’ Depositary bank in the US?
Since April 22, 2002 the Company’ Depositary bank is JP Morgan Chase Bank. More details on the Depositary bank are available from the section ADR.
What is the Company’ current capitalization?
Information on the Company’ current capitalization is available in the section Share Price.
What is the difference between ordinary and preferred shares?
Rights and obligations of the Company’ holders of ordinary and preferred shares are set forth in articles 7 and 8 of the Company Charter.
The basic difference between ordinary and preferred shares are as follows:
Holders of ordinary shares are entitled to participate in the GSM, enjoying the voting right on all matters, related to the GSM. They are also entitled to draw dividends in case these are declared and payable in due order and in a manner, stipulated by the Company’ Charter;
The holders of preferred shares are not entitled to vote in the General Shareholders’ Meetings except for cases, envisaged by law and the Company’ Charter; at the same time holders of preferred shares are entitled to receive an annual fixed dividend, except for cases, stipulated by the Company’ Charter.
What is the difference between ordinary shares and ADRs on the Company’ ordinary shares?
American depositary receipt (ADR) is a certificate that certifies title of a US-citizen to ordinary shares of a foreign issuer, deposited in a US depositary bank. Uralsvyazinform ADRs, each equivalent to 200 ordinary shares, were issued by JP Morgan Chase Bank. The holders of Uralsvyazinform ADRs have rights and obligations similar to those of the holders of Uralsvyazinform’s ordinary shares.
How can an individual share/ADR holder sell or buy the Company’s shares/ADRs?
Uralsvyazinform’s common and preferred shares are traded on major Russian stock exchanges, including Russian Trading System (RTS) and Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX).
In addition, ADRs are traded on Berlin SE and Frankfurt SE, and the US OTC market.
Since the Company’ shares/ADRs are of high liquidity on the equity market, any Uralsvyazinform share/ADR holder may sell or buy the Company’ shares/ADRs through services extended by investment companies or banks, licensed as professional equity market players in the field of brokerage services for individuals.
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