Hyndburn Ltd Stock Transfer Services

Hyndburn Ltd takes pride in our all-encompassing full-service share management services using an innovative approach that delivers start to finish solutions for companies and their shareholders. With these methods, we can show you and your company our full range of services along with the best levels of customer service, plus much more.

Our stock transfer services that are available for privately held and publically traded securities include:
  • Reporting of tax
  • Voting by proxy on or offline
  • Maintenance of accounts
  • Managing shareholder relations
  • Proxy, Annual and Special meeting services
  • Odd Lot Programs
  • Distributing Annual Reports
  • Warrant and/or Rights Agent
  • Retaining and storing of records
  • Access to Stockholder Reports and Activities
  • Delivery, Conversion & Execution Plans
  • Lost/Inactive Shareholder Tracking and Escheatment
  • Dividend Reinvestment Plans
  • Direct Stock and ESP Plans
  • Administering Employee Stock Options
  • Bespoke Reporting for Issuers and Auditors
  • Custom Designs for Share Certificates

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - The potential for an intensifying trade dispute to undercut the U.S. stock market could become clearer next week when a host of multinational companies reports quarterly results that may provide a glimpse into the impact of those global tensions.

China's ZTE seeks resolution of U.S. export ban
Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ZTE is seeking a resolution to a U.S. ban on selling it parts and software that it has said threatens its survival.

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Surging oil prices rattle President Trump
Posted on Friday April 20, 2018

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Apple sinks on fears of slowing iPhone sales
Posted on Friday April 20, 2018

Shares of Apple fell more than 3% Friday and are down for the whole week too. Worries of soft demand for iPhones --particularly the iPhone X -- hit chip stocks hard too. But Amazon, Netflix and other big techs are still up for the week.