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- Where is Canadian Utilities Limited (CU) common equity listed and what are the ticker symbols?
ATCO and Canadian Utilities Limited trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange and have voting and non-voting shares. Canadian Utilities Limited and CU Inc. also have preferred shares that trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Canadian Utilities is a holding company that is involved in electrical power generation, transmission and distribution; natural gas distribution, transmission, gathering and processing; and facilities management and logistics operations. It is a subsidiary of ATCO Ltd., which holds 53.1% of the company as at December 31, 2013.
Canadian Utilities Limited
- Do you offer a dividend reinvestment plan?
Yes. Effective July 12, 2012, CU established a dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) for its Class A and Class B common shares. For further information, please see the DRIP section.
- What is the difference between a registered and non-registered (beneficial) security ownership?
Registered owners of securities hold their securities directly and most often physically possess certificate(s) evidencing their position. Non-registered owners hold their securities through a brokerage firm or other financial intermediary. "Beneficial owner" is an alternative term for non-registered holder. Most investors choose to own securities in non-registered form.
- How do I make changes to my investment account (i.e. change of address, report and replace lost share certificates, transfer of shares)?
Non-registered owners should contact their brokerage firm or investment representatives to request any changes to their accounts. Registered owners should contact the CST Trust Company. CU cannot make address or name changes, confirm holdings or transactions or perform other administrative tasks affecting the accounts of either registered or non-registered owners of CU securities.
- I am a registered owner of shares. What do I do with an uncashed dividend cheque?