Cindrigo Energy Ltd. is in the process of applying for listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE), a regulated stock exchange in Canada.
The Company recently announced that it has filed and received a receipt from the Ontario Securities Commission (the “OSC“) for its preliminary non-offering prospectus.
About the OSC
The Ontario Securities Commission (“OSC”) is the independent provincial government agency responsible for the overseeing and regulating capital markets in Ontario through administrate and enforce the compliance with the provisions of the Securities Act (Ontario) and the Commodity Futures Act (Ontario). The mission is to protect investors, foster fair and efficient capital markets, a competitive securities industry and contribute to the stability of the financial system and the reduction of systemic risk, by making and monitoring compliance with rules governing the securities industry in Ontario.
The primary exchanges trading public securities in Ontario under the oversight of the OSC include the following:
- Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE)
- TSX Venture Exchange Inc.
About the Canadian Securities Exchange
The Canadian Securities Exchange, or CSE, is regulated Exchange operated by CNSX Markets Inc. Recognized as a stock exchange in 2004, the CSE began operations in 2003 to provide a modern and efficient alternative for companies looking to access the Canadian public capital markets.
The Common Shares
Cindrigo has only one class of shares – Common shares. As the Company is currently a private issuer, there is no market for such securities and therefore shareholders are unable to deposit and trade their shareholdings with a registered broker. When and if the Company obtains approval for listing of the common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange, shareholders of the Company will receive share certificates or DRS statements representing their holdings which will be able to be deposited with a registered broker into the Canadian Depository for Securities.
The registrar and transfer agent of the Common Shares is Capital Transfer Agency, ULC, (CTA). Shareholders requiring a legal transfer of their ownership may visit the web site to obtain the necessary forms and information. http://capitaltransferagency.com/forms
To register a transfer of shares, the signature of the person executing a stock power must be guaranteed by an Eligible Guarantor Institution such as a commercial bank, Trust company, Securities broker/ dealer, credit union, or a savings association participating in a medallion guarantee program approved by the Securities Transfer Association, Inc. or Guaranteed by a Schedule I Financial Institution. Where the securities are registered in the name of a corporation, limited company or sole proprietorship, a current resolution of the directors must be provided confirming the authorized signing officer(s). Such template can also be found on CTA website
Additional information can be found on CTA’s web-site http://capitaltransferagency.com
Under “How can we help” you will e.g. find various Forms/Templates, FAQ, etc
You can also contact the Transfer Agent directly if there are any questions or help required
TRANSFER AGENT INFORMATION:
CAPITAL TRANSFER AGENCY, ULC
390 BAY STREET, SUITE 920
TORONTO, ON M5H 2Y2