We help issuers maintain their official register of securities holders across multiple asset classes.
Our clients’ issuances include debt and equity securities listed on markets across the globe, ranging from Canada to Singapore, Ireland and the UK.
Avenir Registrars (IE) Limited was founded in 2015 by Stuart Turner, Martyn Bain and Hardeep Tamana. The company provides Private and Central Securities depository (CSD) (presently CREST and in future Euroclear Bank CSD)-enabled registrar services to Irish securities issuers.
Avenir Registrars clients include both privately and publicly held businesses who have issued both debt and equity. Collectively, their instruments are listed at venues including Euronext Dublin, the London Stock Exchange, Aquis Stock Exchange, the International Stock Exchange, the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, Nasdaq OMX and the Vienna Stock Exchange
The Avenir Way is all about helping clients understand what they need to do. Avenir’s consultants comprehend the situation, reduce the burden, and in turn accelerate the entire delivery of achieving the CSD registration. Working as a facilitator to help corporate advisers, lawyers, accountants and company secretaries play their own vital roles in the registry process, this (presently CREST and in future Euroclear Bank CSD) project management approach not only delivers quicker results, but can also help significantly reduce the fees charged by third party professional services providers.
The Avenir Way is all about helping clients understand what they need to do. Avenir’s consultants comprehend the situation, reduce the burden, and in turn accelerate the entire delivery of achieving registration with the CSD. Each member of our team comes with extensive front-line market experience and invaluable hands-on knowledge of the practical issues that will face our clients. Find out more
The responsibilities of registrars – and who needs to use their services – are rarely explained. However the evolution of capital markets driven by factors including regulatory change and the growth of smaller issuances means registrars are set to play an even more significant role in maintaining accurate records of ownership. Find out more