ISINs are utilized by both private and public companies. If your company is conducting a private offering, is seeking to get listed on a stock exchange or conduct an IPO and requires an ISIN code; or if your hedge fund has multiple share classes and possibly varying currencies as well; or if your unit trust is seeking a method of identification for its securities, an ISIN code is a standard. An ISIN code is the world’s only underlying securities identification number used by nearly all countries and therefore is a of prime important for cross border trading, clearing and settlement, and general identification needs for stocks, bonds and a host of other securities.
ISIN.com can assist with your company or fund’s ISIN number needs.
ISIN or international securities identification number, is a 12 digit code that uniquely identifies a security, such as stocks, bonds, warrants, futures, options, indexes and many others. The ISIN is an alphanumeric code that is the single most recognizable security identifier used in the global finance market today. In fact, the ISIN is the only universally accepted securities identification code used in the world’s stock exchanges and brokerage houses. Stock, bonds and various other securities can obtain ISINs.
ISIN Application and Obtain an ISIN Number
In order to obtain an ISIN number, one must apply for the code. The application process varies depending on the company or fund’s location, and indeed each locality has varying rules and stipulations both in the application process, and in allocating ISIN numbers. In order for a company to get or receive their ISIN it is important that all rules be followed, otherwise the ISIN will not be allocated. Often a prospectus or private placement memorandum is submitted for the ISIN application. If your company or fund needs to apply for an ISIN code and would like instructions feel free to get in touch with our staff at any time.
ISIN Documentation and Application – Apply for ISIN
In order to apply for an ISIN, an offering memorandum, prospectus, information memorandum, offering circular or many other distinct documents may be required for the application process. Sometimes an S-1 statement is submitted while others like a red herring or prospectus is needed. ISIN.com can assist with all types of documents needed to apply for an ISIN. Additionally, whether the company is public or private, different documents will be needed in the ISIN application. Although a business plan is a vital document for your company and its plans, it is not needed to submit for the ISIN code.
Company Entities and Locations
ISIN.com can assist any company in the world with their ISIN number needs (for bonds or bonos ISIN, hablo Espanol). Additionally, entities such as public companies, private companies, funds, trusts, unit trusts, segregated portfolios, hedge funds, mutual funds, and many other funds and entities can all work with ISIN.com in order to achieve one’s goals. For example Cayman Islands funds or Bermuda funds (or other funds) should contact us for ISIN needs. Cayman Islands funds for example that have multiple classes of shares (or any fund for that matter) may need numerous ISIN numbers. Normally the offering memorandum or a supplement will detail the share classes being offered, and this is true for almost any jurisdiction worldwide.
ISIN.com can assist with any size order. If your fund needs 1, 2, 5, 10 or 100 ISIN numbers for varying funds, ISIN.com can assist in a fast and smooth manner.