Since when has the Alstom Group been listed on the stock exchange?
Alstom has been listed on the Paris Stock Exchange since 22nd June 1998. The Group has not been listed on the London Stock Exchange since the 17 November 2003, nor on the New York Stock Exchange since August 2004.
What is an ordinary share?
An ordinary share represents part of the capital of a company. A share is a title of ownership and it therefore gives the shareholder rights, such as the right to information about the company, the right to vote in the Annual General Meeting and the right to dividends and liquidating dividends.
What is a bearer share?
A bearer share is bought by a financial intermediary for its client. The holder of bearer shares is not registered on the books of the issuing company. The name and the number of shares of the holder are only known by the financial intermediary which manages their account.
What is a registered share?
An Alstom direct registered share is registered at and managed by BNP Paribas Securities Services. An Alstom registered share is registered with Alstom, but it is managed by a financial intermediary chosen by the shareholder.
The holder of registered shares is registered on the books of the issuing company. Alstom’s register is maintained by BNP Paribas Securities Services. Alstom knows the names of all its registered shareholders and that allows Alstom to directly distribute all documentation. Alstom also attends to the management fees for holders of registered shares.
How can you transfer your bearer shares to the Alstom register?
In order to transfer your bearer shares to the Alstom register, you must contact our toll free number: 0 800 50 90 51 (from France) or shareholder services: +33 (0)1 57 06 87 78 (from abroad).
What is the market value of a company?
The market value of a company is calculated by multiplying the number of shares by the market price of the share.
What is the nominal value of a share?
The nominal value of a share is the value registered in the company's articles of association when issued. To calculate the share capital, we multiply the nominal value of the share by the number of shares. The nominal value does not correspond to the market share price.
The nominal value of the Alstom share is currently €7.
What is the market share price?
The real value of a share is represented by the market share price, which evolves according to the sell and buy orders on the market.
How many outstanding shares does Alstom have?
You will find the total number of outstanding shares in the Regulated Information section. Then Select "Monthly information regarding the total number of voting rights" theme.
Where can I find the Alstom market share price?
You can find the Alstom market share price on our web site www.alstom.com. You can also contact our toll free number 0 800 50 90 51 (from France) or shareholder services: +33 (0)1 57 06 87 78 (from abroad), select key 1. Historical data is available on the Euronext web site: http://www.euronext.com.
What is the SRD?
SRD is the Differed Settlement Service launched by Euronext Paris. This service is supplied by financial intermediaries to their customers. The SRD service allows an investor to defer the settlement of their transactions to the end of the month.
Are Alstom shares eligible for the SRD?
Yes, Alstom shares are eligible for the SRD.
How to pass a buy or sell order with SRD?
To benefit from this service, you must pass an order stating « SRD ». Your financial intermediary is then free to accept or refuse to execute your SRD order.