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Versatile corporate registrar sees sustained growth

London, April 8th 2020 – Avenir Registrars Ltd, a provider of CREST registry services, has today completed the issuance of its 250th securities certificate. With the ability to structure registers on behalf of its global client base for debt, equity and other unlisted securities, Avenir is continuing to see steady growth despite the global economic slowdown.

Dr. Hardeep Tamana, Managing Director of Avenir Registrars Ltd, commented:
“We are finding that our flexibility is making Avenir an ever more popular choice with issuers and their advisers when looking for a registry solution. Our in-depth knowledge of financial markets infrastructure combined with our high degree of automation means we can readily accommodate requests for both niche and mainstream issuances alike.”

Avenir’s focus on technology has allowed the company to build a wholly distributed system, allowing for all employees to work remotely when needed. This approach also keeps overheads low, allowing the savings to be passed on to end user clients. Registry functions can be delivered for clients listed on a wide range of global markets, with the most recent issuances having taken place on the stock exchanges of Frankfurt and Vienna.

All companies have a legal duty to maintain an up-to-date register of securities ownership. Although this obligation can be conducted in-house, typically a third-party registrar is appointed to manage this responsibility. Critically, Avenir’s technology has been built from the ground up to deliver an accurate system with a high degree of automation and a revolutionary pricing model. Individual client support is still available and delivered by a team of experienced advisers.

Avenir’s clients include both privately and publicly held businesses who have issued both debt and equity. Collectively, their instruments are listed at venues including Aquis Exchange (formerly NEX), the International Stock Exchange, the Gibraltar Stock Exchange, Nasdaq OMX and the London Stock Exchange.

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