Why do I have more than one Common Shareholder Number (CSN)?
If you have an existing Common Shareholder Number (CSN) and apply for a sharetrading account without recording your number on your new account application, you may be issued with another CSN. You can also hold multiple CSNs under different names, for example you have one CSN for individual shareholdings and another CSN for joint shareholdings that you own with another person.
Find out how to consolidate your shareholding under one CSN number.
I'm in Online Share Trading, how do I update the Common Shareholder Number (CSN) associated with my account?To update your Common Shareholder Number (CSN), please call us on 0800 272 732 weekdays 7am-6pm. Find out more about ...
I'm share trading online and I'm trying to sell my NZ shares but I don't have a FIN number, what should I do?NZ share registries issue your FIN (Faster Identification Number) which is like a Password for your shareholdings. The two main ...
FIN stands for Faster Identification Number. This is similar to a PIN on your bankcard and identifies you as the ...