Investor’s Information

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Investor Guide

Listing

The securities of GAIL are listed at

Stock Exchange Security Code Nature of Security
National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) GAILEQ Equity Shares
Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE) 532155 Equity Shares
London Stock Exchange GAID LI GAILY US GDRs

Transmission

Transmission of Shares

Transmission of shares takes place in the event of death of the shareholder, leading to transfer of shares to his legal heir.

Members are advised to hold shares in joint names, so that in the eventuality of transmission, the formalities are simpler.

Transmission of electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

Transmission of physically held shares: Notarized copy of Death Certificate of the deceased shareholder, alongwith share certificates, must be submitted to the R&TA. Subsequently, R&TA will delete the name of deceased shareholder contained in its records and return the share certificates to the applicant /registered holder with necessary endorsement.

Transmission of electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

Transmission of physically held shares: For effecting transmission of physically held shares, please refer to documents as mentioned in the Request Letter for Transmission of Shares

Depository System

The Depository System is an improvement over the age-old scrip based share trading system, where shares were held in the form of physical share certificates.

Under the Depository System, shares are kept in the form of electronic entries in the records of Depository. The share-related transactions are also done electronically. The actual shareholders enjoy all their rights, viz., dividend, voting rights etc.

  • Elimination of loss, theft or fraud of share certificates
  • Elimination of bad deliveries
  • Elimination of delays and problems of paper-based system
  • Faster transaction-processing due to electronic system
  • Internet based trading becomes possible
  • A single demat account can be utilized for shares of many companies
  • No stamp duty to be paid on the shares

GAIL has entered into an agreement with both National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL) for dematerialisation of its shares.

Shares of the Company are compulsorily traded in dematerialized form w.e.f. 15.02.1999.

  • Depository
  • Depository Participant
  • Beneficial Owner
  • Dematerialisation
  • Rematerialisation

Depository: Depository means a company formed and registered under the Companies Act, 1956 which has been issued a certificate by SEBI to act as a Depository. Presently, there are two such Depositories, viz., National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL)

A Depository can be compared to a bank. It holds the investors' securities in electronic form, and also provides services related to transaction in securities.

Depository Participant (DP): A DP is a link between the investor and the depository. It maintains the accounts of shareholders in electronic form and it can be a participant in either NSDL or CDSL or both. A DP is provided with a unique registration number called the DP ID.

Beneficial Owner: A Beneficial Owner is the true owner of the securities which are held in demat form with the Depository.

The Beneficial Owner enjoys all the rights of ownership such as dividend, voting rights etc.; however the Depository (such as NSDL or CDSL) is the registered owner of the securities.

At the time of opening an account with the DP, the Beneficial Owners are given an account number called the Client ID number. Shareholders must quote their DP ID-Client ID in all correspondence with the Company / R&TA.

Process of opening demat account PDF (174 KB) (click here) (Source – NSDL website)

  • Investor has to first choose a DP based on his convenience and the DP’s charges.
  • The investor has to submit a completely filled, signed account opening form in the prescribed format along with following documents such as Photocopy of the PAN card (along with the original for verification), Proof of Identity, Proof of address. List of documents which are acceptable as proof of identity / address can be obtained from the DP.
  • Before opening the demat account, the investor will have to execute an agreement on a stamp paper to be provided by the DP, which defines the rights and obligations of both, the investor and the DP.
  • On opening a demat account, a unique BO ID (Beneficial Owner Identification) Number is allotted, which should be quoted in all future transactions.

Dematerialisation refers to the process of converting physically held shares into demat form

Process of Dematerialisation

  • The shareholder has to open an account with a DP.
  • The shareholder has to submit a request to the DP for dematerialisation in the prescribed form along with the relevant share certificates. The form has to be submitted in triplicate.
  • The DP forwards the request to the company (or its R&TA) who will verify the particulars of the request.
  • If the relevant details are found to be correct, the above request is then forwarded to the company's R&TA electronically.
  • After the confirmation of request by the Company's R&TA, the request for dematerialisation is processed, and the shareholder's account with the DP is credited with the number of his shares

Rematerialisation is the process of conversion of electronically held shares into physical form.

For Rematerialisation, a shareholder has to submit a request to his DP. The DP blocks the client's account, and forwards the request to the R&TA, who in turn forward the request to the Depository. After the request is accepted by the Depository (NSDL/CDSL), the R&TA rematerialises the Share Certificates.

Dividend

Dividend Information

To check the Company's dividend history, PDF (87.2 KB) click here .

Investor Education and Protection Fund

The Companies Act, 1956 provides that the amounts of dividend remaining unpaid and unclaimed for a period of seven years from the date they became due for payment, shall be credited to the 'Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF)', established by the Central Government. After the transfer, no claim upon such amount shall lie against the Fund or the Company.

Members, who have not encashed their Dividend Warrants for the respective financial year(s), may approach the R&TA / Company for issuance of demand draft(s) upon completion of necessary formalities in the said behalf, if any.

To check the last date of transfer of dividend amount to IEPF, PDF (101 KB) click here.

Through the National Electronic Clearing Service (NECS) facility, the dividend amount gets directly credited in the bank account of the shareholder.

Members are requested to avail the NECS facility for their dividend payment, which will provide them with the following benefits:

  • Hassle free receipt of dividend
  • Elimination of postal delays
  • No loss of dividend warrant
  • No fraudulent encashment

  • Members holding physical shares are requested to send the completed NECS form to the R&TA. To download NECS Form, PDF (12 KB) click here.
  • Members holding electronic shares are requested to contact their Depository Participant (DP) to take note of their NECS request.

Nomination

Nomination Facility

The Companies Act, 2013, provides for the nomination facility, through which, every holder of securities of a Company can nominate any person to receive their shares in the event of their death

Members are recommended to avail the nomination facility for their securities. The nomination facility can also be availed in case of jointly held-shares.

To download the Nomination Form (SH-13 & SH-14), PDF (160 KB) click here.

Notifying Changes

Change in Name / Address / Bank Details / NECS Mandate / E-mail ID

For electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

For physically held shares: Please send an application to the R&TA, alongwith the relevant document out of the following:

  • In case of change in name of an individual, a certified copy of the Gazette Notification.
  • In case of change in name of a company, a certified copy of the fresh Certificate of Incorporation.
  • In case of change in name due to marriage, a certified copy of the Marriage Certificate.
  • In case of change in name due to divorce, a certified copy of the Divorce Decree.

For electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

For physically held shares: Please send the duly completed application form to the R&TA. To download the application form, PDF (12 KB) click here.

For electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

For physically held shares: Please send an application to the R&TA, mentioning all the relevant details.

For electronically held shares: Please contact your DP to know the formalities.

For physically held shares: Please send a duly completed fresh NECS form to the R&TA. To download the NECS form, PDF (17 KB) click here.

To implement the Green initiatives launched by the Government by allowing paperless compliances by the Companies, which will benefit the society at large through reduction in paper consumption, contribution towards a Greener Environment and also ensure prompt receipt of communication and avoid loss in postal transit,Company may send documents to Shareholders viz. postal ballot notice, General Meeting Notices (including AGM), Audited Financial Statements, Directors’ Report, Auditors’ Report, etc. in electronic form to the e-mail address as noted in the records of their DP or details as furnished by the Depositories viz. viz. National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL) and Central Depository Services (India) Limited (CDSL).

Shareholders who have not yet registered/updated their e-mail ID may notify the same to the following:

  • if shares are held in electronic mode, to their Depository Participant (DP).
  • if shares are held in physical mode, to the Company and/or R&TA

Transfer

Transfer of Shares

Newspaper Publications

16.07.2021

Duplicate / New Share Certificates

Issue of duplicate/new Share Certificates

To get a duplicate share certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed certificates, shareholders are requested to send a request mentioning the Folio Number, Certificate Number, Distinctive Number(s) of the Share Certificate(s) so lost or destroyed alongwith following documents to the R&TA/Company:

  • A copy of the FIR lodged with police station;
  • An Indemnity Bond and Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs. 100/- and Rs. 10/- respectively, attested by First Class Magistrate or Notary Public PDF (157 KB) click here and
  • A Demand Draft favouring “MCS Share Transfer Agent Limited”, towards actual cost of advertisement which will be informed by Registrar and Transfer Agent separately.

Issue of New Share Certificates

In case of worn /defaced/old share certificates, shareholders can get new certificates after surrendering the old one(s) by making request to the R&TA/Company in this behalf.

R & T Agent

R & T Agent

Registrar and Share Transfer Agent (R&TA)

The Registrar & Share Transfer Agent of the Company can be contacted for all investor queries and complaints.

The R&TA is responsible for - maintenance of records of shareholders, effecting share transfers, issuance of duplicate share certificates, effecting rematerialisation requests, printing and dispatch of dividend warrants, etc.

The R&TA of GAIL is MCS SHARE TRANSFER AGENT LIMITED, who can be contacted at the following address / telephone nos

MCS SHARE TRANSFER AGENT LIMITED
Unit: GAIL (India) Limited
F-65, Okhla Industrial Area
Phase – I
New Delhi – 110 020

Ph: 011-41406149/50/51/52
Fax: 011-41709881
Website: www.mcsregistrars.com
Email-id: admin@mcsregistrars.com

Company Secretary

The address for correspondence with the Company is

Company Secretary,
GAIL (India) Limited,
16, Bhikaiji Cama Place,
R. K. Puram,
New Delhi - 110066 ( INDIA)

Tel: 91-11-26172580, 26182955
Fax: 91-11-26185941
E-mail: ak[dot]jha2[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in

Details of Shares Transferred to IEPF Authority

Procedure for claiming Shares unpaid amount and shares transferred to IEPF Authority

Procedure for claiming Shares unpaid amount and shares transferred to IEPF Authority

Communication sent to Shareholders

Details of Shareholders

Newspaper Publication (Transfer of Shares to IEPF)

Nodal Officer:

Mr. A. K. Jha
Email: ak[dot]jha2[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in


Deputy Nodal Officer(s):

1) Ms. Preeti Aggarwal
Email: preetiaggarwal[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in


2) Mr. Nikhil Joshi
Email: nikhil_joshi[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in

BONDS TRUSTEE DETAILS

Particulars Bond Series –I, 2015 (8.30%)
Type of Security 8.30% Secured, Taxable, Redeemable, Non-Convertible Bonds with Separately Transferable Redeemable Principal Parts (STRPP)
Trustees- Contact Details IDBI Trusteeship Services Ltd.
Asian Building, Ground Floor
17, R Kamani Marg
Mumbai – 400001
Tel No.: (022) 40807000
Fax No.: 91-22-66311776
E-mail: itsl@idbitrustee.co.in

Address for Correspondence

Investor Relation Office

Registrar and Share Transfer Agent Registered & Corporate Office
MCS SHARE TRANSFER AGENT LIMITED
Unit: GAIL (India) Limited
F-65, Okhla Industrial Area
Phase – I
New Delhi – 110 020

Ph: 011-41406149/50/51/52
Fax: 011-41709881
Website: www.mcsregistrars.com
Email-id: admin[at]mcsregistrars[dot]com
GAIL (India) Limited
16, Bhikaiji Cama Place,
R.K. Puram,
New Delhi – 110 066

Ph: 011-26172580, 26182955
Fax: 011-26185941
For Institutional Investors & Analysts For Retail Investors
Shri R K Jain, ED (F&A)
Email-id: rk[dot]jain[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in
Shri A.K.Jha, (Company Secretary)
Email-id: ak[dot]jha2[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in, shareholders[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in
Last Updated: July 24, 2021

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