SRN – what it is, how to find it

SRN stands for Securityholder Reference Number. An SRN is used to identify the owner of shares that are held by a share registry (i.e. the shares are issuer sponsored).

Keep in mind

A HIN is different to an SRN. A HIN is used to identify the owner of shares that are held/managed (i.e. sponsored) by a broker like CommSec.


How to find your SRN

Your holding statement

The share registry will send you a holding statement with your SRN listed. If you can’t find a holding statement, contact your share registry to ask for one.


How to find out which share registry to contact

Search for "share registry" or look for help under Related Support.

 

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