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  • 1. The Custodian Slate 2013 Contents 2013 Apr-Jun Issue No.54 CDC Share Registrar Services completes 5 years of successful operations CDC inaugurates UBL Bill Payment Facility CDC to provide Trustee & Custodial Services to more Funds of Pakistan’s Leading AMCs CDC conducts another successful Business Continuity Drill CDC celebrates Internal Audit Awareness Month CDC participates in 15th ACG Cross Training Seminar in Hangzhou,China CDC attends CSDs Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia CDC participates in Tehran’s 7th International Exhibition of Exchange, Bank & Insurance Notice Board Statistical Highlights
  • 2. The Custodian Slate 2013 Central Depository Company has a legacy of taking measures to increase convenience and provide ease to customers. In line with this approach, CDC recently joined hands with United Bank Limited (UBL) to provide convenient bill payment facility for its IAS Account Holders. IAS Account Holders can now pay their dues through cash deposit, pay order, demand draft or a cross cheque in favor of Central Depository Company of Pakistan Limited at the following designated branches of United Bank Limited (UBL) in Pakistan. CDC inaugurates UBL Bill Payment Facility 2 Designated Branches of UBL 2 Landhi Industrial Area H-G/9-D, Trust Ceramic Industry, Landhi Industrial Area 256 Binori Town Next to Blue Ribbon Bakery, Gurumandir 297 Liaquatabad Block-3 S.M. Taufiq Road 420 Garden Nishter Road, Opposite Zoological Garden 580 Haidery Market Al- Haidery Memorial Market, Block-E, North Nazimabad 949 Clifton UBL Building, Clifton Block-5, Near Clifton Underpass 1638 University Road University Road, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi 1921 Gulistan-e-Jauhar Unique Classic, Block-15, Gulistan-e-Jouhar 1131 Khayaban-e-Shamsher Plot # 4 - C Stadium Lane # 1, DHA Phase V 413 B I S E Latifabad Board of Intermediate & Secondary Schools, Latifabad Unit No 9 Hyderabad 536 Quaid-e-Azam Road Gul Centre 334 Allama Iqbal Town 4-Huma Block, A.I.Town 347 Davis Road 23 Davis Road 940 L.C.C.H.S 66-Z, Block, L.C.C.H.S., Defence 962 Liberty Market 18-C Commercial Zone, Liberty Market 1192 Faisal Town 33-Block-B, Faisal Town 686 Bank Square UBL House Bank Square, Circular Road Faisalabad 41 Rawalpindi Cantt Kashmir Road Rawalpindi 202 Commercial Centre Commercial Centre Market, S.Town 259 Aabpara Aabpara Market Branch Islamabad 1092 F-10 Markaz Jamal Plaza F-10 Karachi Lahore Branch Code Branch Name Branch Address Region
  • 3. The Custodian Slate 2013 CDC to provide Trustee & Custodial Services to more Funds of Pakistan’s Leading AMCs In the second quarter of 2013 (April-May-June), CDC’s Trustee & Custodial Services signed 5 Trust Deeds with Mutual Funds managed by Pakistan’s leading Asset Management Companies. Following are the details of the signings: •PRIMUS Investment Management Limited: Four trust deeds for PRIMUS Strategic Multi Asset Fund, Islamic Equity Fund, Islamic Money Market Fund and Value Equity Fund were signed between the officials of Central Depository Company and PRIMUS Investment Management Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pak Brunei Investment Company (a joint venture between Government of Pakistan and Brunei Investment Agency) at CDC House. •Atlas Asset Management Limited: Atlas Asset Management Limited signed a Trust Deed with CDC for its Atlas Gold Fund on May 6, 2013. 3 From L to R: Mr. Abdul Hafeez, Director - PRIMUS Investment Management Limited, Mr. Ahmed Atiq, CEO - PRIMUS Investment Management Limited, Ms. Aisha Aziz, CEO - Pak Brunei Investment Company, Mr. Muhammad Hanif Jakhura, CEO - CDC, Mr. Aftab Ahmed Diwan, COO - CDC and Mr. Zahid Hussain Vasnani, AGM Trustee & Custodial Operations Unit I - CDC are seen at the trust deeds signing ceremony between PRIMUS Investment Management Limited and CDC.
  • 4. The Custodian Slate 2013 CDC conducts another successful Business Continuity Drill 4 Central Depository Company carried out a successful full-day Business Continuity drill on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 to assess the preparedness of the Company with regards to resumption of all critical operations from disaster recovery / alternate sites in minimum possible time, without compromising on quality of services, in the event of a disaster and subsequent evacuation. The exercise was conducted after office hours (for the first time) and it turned out to be a total success as all core objectives such as relocation of critical staff to disaster recovery sites, availability of required systems / work space / human resources, recommencement of operations, and continuity of services with uninterrupted customer services were met as planned. All vital business processes were resumed from alternate / backup sites. CDC is the first Pakistani company to achieve BS 25999 status for its comprehensive BCP Planning. As a part of the plan, pre-identified BCP coordinators and vital staff oversee the Business Continuity program and in the event of an emergency or disaster situation, liaises with vital teams to resume critical business operations and services from the alternate site. With this drill, CDC is now confident that in case of any unforeseen disaster, not only all customer information and critical software systems will remain safe but all services and important functions can also resume operations in the shortest possible time. CDC celebrates Internal Audit Awareness Month 5 The International Institute of Auditors (IIA) declared May as the International Internal Audit Awareness Month to recognize the efforts of Internal Auditors and appreciate them for their professionalism, ethical behavior and help in accomplishing company objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes. Supporting the initiative, CDC Internal Audit Department observed Internal Audit Awareness Month in May 2013. The event was celebrated across the company including Lahore and Islamabad branches by conducting various activities including conducting awareness sessions and decorating the department with informative banners.
  • 5. The Custodian Slate 2013 CDC Internal Audit Team pictured with CIA Junaid Shekha on the occasion of Internal Audit Awareness Month The CDC Board Audit committee members Mr. Ayaz Ahmed and Mr. Khalid Rehman also visited the CDC Internal Audit Department to applaud this initiative. To drive home the message about the important role that Internal Auditors play today, CEO-CDC, Muhammad Hanif Jakhura emphasized on the need for sound governance principles in his message to the employees of CDC. He further added that CDC’s Internal Audit Department has played a pivotal role in the implementation of International Standards for Information Security ISO 27001 and Business Continuity BS 25999. Excerpt From CEO’s message on Internal Audit Awareness Month I am glad to see how the overall controls and environment has improved and still improving at CDC and the kind of support provided by the energetic team of our internal audit and its leadership is commendable. Muhammad Hanif Jakhura, CEO - CDC Excerpt From CIA’s message on Internal Audit Awareness Month We(the internal audit team) have partnered with other departments for the development of controls, and implementing the best practices in different areas of the organization. The element of self awareness and assessment about the risks, contributes to an effective control environment. Junaid Shekha, Chief Internal Auditor - CDC
  • 6. The Custodian Slate 2013 CDC participates in 15th ACG Cross Training Seminar in Hangzhou, China Central Depository Company participated in the 15th Cross Training Seminar of Asia-Pacific Central Securities Depository Group (ACG) organized by China Central Depository & Clearing Corporation Limited (CCDC) from May 13th to 16th, 2013 in Hangzhou, China. Since 1998, CDC is amongst ACG’s 30 member institutions that represent 21 countries. The members meet frequently and discuss topics of mutual interest and share experiences. A delegation comprising of Mr. Haroon Majeed, Senior Manager - Trustee & Custodial Services, Mr. Naveeduddin, Manager IT, Mr. Rashid Aziz, Deputy Manager - Finance and Mr. Arif Ahmed, Deputy Manager - Marketing & Customer Support Services represented CDC at the event. The event provided an open and interesting forum for ACG delegates to share their experiences and develop ties of mutual cooperation. All four task forces of ACG namely, Exchange of Information, Legal, New Business Initiative and Technical contributed to this year’s ACG through the following topics: 6 • Corporate Action - Information gathering & distributing scheme and introduction of STP • Approaches to facilitate the cross-border settlement • Legal Protection of CSD / CCP in Case of Participants’ Insolvency • OTC Market – Unexplored Services • Use of Mobile Technology in Providing Depository Services 110 delegates representing more than 15 countries attended the seminar. Several ACG delegates delivered interactive and highly informative presentations. Mr. Haroon Majeed delivered a presentation on “Comparison of Risk Management Measures against fail-to-deliver / participant default” in the Exchange of Information Task Force. His presentation focused on the risk management measures followed by CDC Pakistan to prevent participants from default and also covered trading eligibility criteria, default proceeding and settlement support products (such as Pre-Settlement Delivery, Securities Lending and Borrowing, Margin Trading System and Margin Financing). Mr. Naveeduddin spoke in detail about “Use of Mobile Technology in Providing Depository Services” in the Technical Task Force. His presentation covered the growing trend of mobile technology in depository services, the working of mobile architecture and the impact of this technology on the depository business. Mr. Arif Ahmed deliberated on “Securities Information Provision Services of CSDs” covering CDC Pakistan’s perspective in the New Business Initiative Task Force. The Asia-Pacific Central Securities Depository Group (ACG) is an international organization working to facilitate the exchange of information and promote mutual assistance among member securities depositories and clearing organizations in the Asia Pacific region. This group has been working with an informal structure ever since it was established in 1997. As a member organization, CDC Pakistan hosted ACG’s 10th Annual General Meeting in Karachi, Pakistan in 2006. It was also the ACG Secretariat for 2007 and is currently a member of the Executive Committee of ACG. Haroon Majeed, Senior Manager Trustee & Custodial Services among the participants of his task force at the ACG cross training seminar in China.
  • 7. CDC attends Global CSD Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia 7 A delegation from Central Depository Company of Pakistan comprising of CEO, Mr. Muhammad Hanif Jakhura and Assistant General Manager, Mr. Shariq Naseem recently attended Global CSD Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia from May 29-31, 2013. The host of this year’s Global CSD conference was Association of Eurasian Central Securities Depositories (AECSD) while the co- organizers were National Securities Depositories (NSD) Russia and the City of St. Petersburg Administration. The Global CSD conference is the premier international CSD event which attracts prominent speakers, delegates and sponsors from the industry since inception almost 20 years ago. The conference offer informed international speakers and unique networking opportunities with delegates from around the world, including representatives from the regional CSD associations such as the Asia-Pacific CSD Group, the Americas Central Securities Depositories Association, the Africa & Middle East Depositories Association, the Association of Eurasian Central Securities Depositories and the European Central Securities Depositories Association. Theattendingdelegatesalsoincluderepresentativesofregulators,central banks,vendors,internationalbanksandcustodiansaswellasmanyother stakeholders in the capital markets. As member of ACG, CDC Pakistan delegationparticipatedintheACGmeeting.Varioustopicswerediscussed in the meeting including matters related to ACG Structure, ACG17 preparations and future plans for ACG. CEO-CDC, Mr. Muhammad Hanif Jakhura also participated in the panel discussion on Governance which was moderated by Mr. Eddy Wymeersch, the former chairman of Committee of European Securities Regulators while other panelists included Ms. Maria Krasnova, VP, Director of Corporate Governance, Risk Management and Legal Affairs NSD, Mr. Georg Zinner, Head of Capital market services, OeKB, Mr. Zong Jun, Head of Research and Development Department, China Central Depository & Clearing Company Ltd and Mr. Jean Desgagne, CEO-CDS Canada. In the first half of 28th May, a World Forum of CSDs (WFC) session was scheduled. The core agenda of the WFC meeting was WFC Disclosure Framework and the intention of WFC to be on the governing board of ISSA. At the end of the WFC meeting, the chairmanship of WFC was handed to over to Mr. Eddie Astanin (AECSD Chairman) by the former chairman Mr. Mohammad Abdel Salam (Chairman AMEDA). The Custodian Slate 2013 CEO-CDC Muhammad Hanif Jakhura along with other delegates at Global CSD Conference
  • 8. CDC participates in Tehran’s 7th International Exhibition of Exchange, Bank & Insurance 8 The Custodian Slate 2013 A two member delegation from Central Depository Company of Pakistan Limited recently participated in Tehran’s 7th International Exhibition of Exchange, Bank & Insurance from May 7th to 10th, 2013 on the invitation of Central Securities Depository of Iran (CSDI). The delegation from CDC included the Head of Marketing & Customer Support Services, Mr. Ejaz Ali Shah and Chief Information Officer CDC & CEO ITMinds Limited, Mr. Syed Asif Shah. Other than CDC, delegates from National Clearing Company of Pakistan Limited, Karachi Stock Exchange, JCR Pakistan, Korea Securities Depository, Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI), Indonesia Clearing & Guarantee Corporation (KPEI) as well as more than three hundred domestic and international companies participated in this exhibition. The ACG and the Pakistani Capital Market had their stands in the fairground which were widely welcomed by the fair visitors. Besides taking part in the exhibition which was held in the picturesque northern Tehran’s snow-capped mountains facing International Permanent Fairground, the delegates also visited CSDI head office located at the beautiful tree lined Keshalvarz Boulevard in Tehran where they were briefed on various functions of CSDI which performs both Clearing & Depository operations. As part of the Exhibition events, the CSDI also arranged a panel discussion on the topic of ‘CSD-Level Capital Markets Inter- Linkage’. Syed Asif Shah, CIO CDC participated in this session along with the other panelists including Dr. Ali Saeidi, Executive Vice President, The Securities and Exchange Organization of Iran (SEO), Mr. Hamed Soltai Nejad, CSDI President & CEO, Dr. Hossein Mohammadi, CSDI President Consultant, Mr. O-Moon Kwon Senior Managing Director, Korea Securities Depository. The audience of this panel session came from academic society of Iran as well as Iran capital market key role players. Syed Asif Shah and Ejaz Ali Shah (4th & 5th from left) along with other delegates at Tehran’s 7th International Exhibition of Exchange, Bank & Insurance
  • 9. Notice Board9 Gazette Notification - Amendments in CDCPL Regulations [Circular: May 09, 2013] CDCPL Regulations relating to the following matters have been amended and published in the official Gazette of Pakistan on Nov 14, 2012 and April 17, 2013: (i) Exchange Traded Funds (ii) Pledge Call when the shares of the Stock Exchanges are pledged in favour of the Exchanges An updated copy of CDC Regulations incorporating the above amendments has been made available on CDC's corporate website ( Electronic Cash Dividend (e-dividend) [Circular: May 14, 2013] The SECP, as part of its capital market reforms, recently introduced e-dividend mechanism that enables shareholders to directly receive the dividend amount into their respective Bank Accounts through electronic funds transfer facility. The current dividend payment mechanism of printing of physical dividend warrants and their dispatch to the shareholders mailing addresses carries issues such as loss & wrong delivery, hassle of physical deposit and delays in payment realization. Shareholders maintaining Sub Accounts in CDS can avail the benefit of e-dividend by providing bank account details to their respective Participants (Brokers). Similarly, in case of Investor Account such details are to be provided to CDC Investor Account Services or to the respective company’s share registrar in case of physical securities. Participants may also encourage new sub- account holders to provide such details in Sub Account opening form at the time of account opening. The Custodian Slate 2013
  • 10. The Custodian Slate 2013 Central Depository System (CDS) as of June 30, 2013 Statistical Highlights 801 Securities (Issuers) CDS Elements 666 Participations & Account Holders (excl. CFS Accounts) 97 Eligible Pledgees 629 Ordinary Shares 122 Term Finance Certificates (TFCs)/Sukuk Certificates 2 Bonds 33 Mutual Funds (Open-End) 15 Preference Shares Breakup of Securities in CDS as of June 30, 2013 Transactions handled through CDS No.ofTransactions Volume(inBillion) SecuritiesDeposit0.779 5,243 96 SecuritiesWithdrawal0.019 93,910 FDInter-Participant2.372 Pledge 52,273 3.426 FDIntra-Account 31,926 1.662
  • 11. The Custodian Slate 2013 Securities Inducted into CDS Sr. # Security Symbol Security Name Security Type Live Date 1 WMBL Waseela Microfinance Bank Limited Ordinary Shares 11-Apr 2 ATMMFO Atlas Money Market Fund Open end Units 15-Apr 3 ASLSC Aisha Steel Mills Limited – Sukuk Certificates Debt Instrument 2-May 4 HSDVPL Habib Safe Deposit Vault (Private) Limited Ordinary Shares 16-May 5 HMICL Hallmark Insurance Company Limited Ordinary Shares 12-Jun 6 SPLCPS Saudi Pak Leasing Company Limited - Preference Shares Preference Shares 27-Jun Securities Delisted from CDS Sr. # Security Symbol Security Name Delisting Date ISIN 1 EFLSC3 Engro Fertilizers Limited – Sukuk Certificates (3rd Issue) 1-Apr PK0099704071 2 NSB3Y1 National Savings Bonds (3 – Year Maturity – 1st offer) 5-Apr PK0099604016 3 OTFC3 Orix Leasing Pakistan Limited – TFC (25-05-07) 13-May PK0034504032 4 UBLTFC United Bank Limited – TFC (10-08-04) 13-May PK0081904010 5 UBLTFC2 United Bank Limited – TFC (15-03-05) 13-May PK0081904028 6 HMICL Hallmark Insurance Company Limited 18-Jun PK0026701018 7 CEPBSC Century Paper & Board Mills Limited – Sukuk Certificates 24-Jun PK0040304013 8 MBF Meezan Balanced Fund 28-Jun PK0082701019 9 PEF PICIC Energy Fund 28-Jun PK0085301015 Securities Declared Eligible for CDS Sr.# Security Name Security Type Notice Date Eligibility Date 1 Aisha Steel Mills Limited - PPSC Debt Instrument 02-Apr 03-Apr 2 Habib Safe Deposit Vault (Private) Limited Ordinary Shares 14-May 15-May 3 U Micro Finance Bank Limited Ordinary Shares 06-Jun 07-Jun 4 Saudi Pak Leasing Company Limited Preference Shares 11-Jun 12-Jun 5 PICIC Energy Fund Open End Fund 25-Jun 26-Jun 6 Meezan Balanced Fund Open End Fund 26-Jun 27-Jun
  • 12. The Custodian Slate 2013 Corporate Actions New Issue Sr. # Security Symbol Security Name Date Credited 1 ASLSC Aisha Steel Mills Limited – Sukuk Certificates 30-Apr 2 SPLCPS Saudi Pak Leasing Company Limited - Preference Shares 26-Jun Change of Security Name Sr.# Old Name (From) New Name (To) 1 Al-Abbas Cement Industries Limited Power Cement Limited 2 Lotte Pakistan PTA Limited Lotte Chemical Pakistan Limited 3 Arif Habib Investments Limited MCB-Arif Habib Savings and Investments Limited 4 Aruj Garment Accessories Limited Aruj Industries Limited Change of Registrar / Transfer Agents (RTA's) Sr. # SecuritySymbol Security Name Previous R/TA New R/TA 1 LPCL Lafarge Pakistan Cement Limited NobleComputerServices(Pvt)Ltd. THKAssociates (Pvt) Limited 2 TMFBL Tameer Microfinance Bank Limited Central Depository Company of Pak Ltd - R/TAServices 3 ANSM Ansari Sugar Mills Limited BMF Consultants Pakistan (Private) Limited 4 SLYT Sally Textile Mills Limited SELF Scarlet IT System Pvt Ltd 5 SIGL Sigma Corporation Limited NobleComputerServices(Pvt)Ltd. THKAssociates (Pvt) Limited 6 BUXL Buxly Paints Limited 7 OTSU Otsuka Pakistan Limited Central Depository Company of Pak Ltd - R/TAServices 8 ANLNV AzgardNineLimited(Non-VotingOrdinaryShares) SELF Hameed MajeedAssociates Pvt Ltd (LHR) 9 ANLTFC2 Azgard Nine Ltd - TFC (20-09-05) 10 SKRS Sakrand Sugar Mills Ltd NobleComputerServices(Pvt)Ltd. Evolution Factor (Pvt) Ltd 11 OGDC Oil & Gas Development Company Limited Central Depository Company of Pak Ltd - R/TAServices 12 HUMNL Hum Network Limited Technology Trade (Pvt) Limited Central Depository Company of Pak Ltd - R/TAServices 13 KOHCSC KohatCementCompanyLtd-SukukCertificates AZMComputerServicesPvtLtd Self 14 PICICCFO PICIC Cash Fund FamcoAssociates (Pvt) Ltd. THKAssociates (Pvt) Limited 15 AGLTFC Agritech Limited - TFC Self Hameed MajeedAssociates Pvt Ltd (LHR) 16 AGLTFC2 Agritech Limited - TFC (2nd Issue) 17 AGLTFC3 Agritech Limited - TFC (3rd Issue) 18 AGLTFC4 Agritech Limited - TFC (4th Issue) 19 AGLTFC5 Agritech Limited - TFC (5th Issue) 20 AGLSC Agritech Limited - Sukuk Certificates 21 PAMCL PICICAsset Management Company Limited Evolution Factor Pvt Limited THKAssociates (Pvt) Limited 22 SPLC Saudi Pak Leasing Company Limited THKAssociates (Pvt) Limited Central Depository Company of Pak Ltd - R/TAServices 23 SPLCTFC3 SaudiPakLeasingCompanyLimited-TFC(13-03-08)
  • 13. The Custodian Slate 2013 Further Issue Sr.# Security Symbol Security Name Date Credited 1 EFOODS Engro Foods Limited 11-Apr 2 23-Apr 3 KMBL KASHF Microfinance Bank Limited 13-May 4 EFOODS Engro Foods Limited 27-May 5 3-Jun 6 12-Jun 7 17-Jun 8 24-Jun 9 PASL Pervez Ahmed Securities Limited 10-Jun Bonus Shares Sr. # Security Symbol Security Name Rate of Bonus Issue Date Credited 1 EFUL EFU Life Assurance Limited 17.647060% 8-Apr 2 SNGP Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited 10% 10-Apr 3 ASHT Ashfaq Textile Mills Limited 25% 10-Apr 4 PSO Pakistan State Oil Company Limited 20% 12-Apr 5 HBL Habib Bank Limited 10% 15-Apr 6 UBLFML UBL Fund Managers Limited 22% 18-Apr 7 JGICL Jubilee General Insurance Company Limited 15% 23-Apr 8 NBP National Bank of Pakistan 15% 24-Apr 9 UNIC The United Insurance Company of Pakistan Limited 23% 30-Apr 10 ATIL Atlas Insurance Limited 20% 30-Apr 11 AGIC Askari General Insurance Company Limited 20% 8-May 12 GLAXO GlaxoSmithKline Pakistan Limited 10% 16-May 13 PKGI The Pakistan General Insurance Company Limited 25% 23-May 14 RICL Reliance Insurance Company Limited 15% 27-May 15 SING Singer Pakistan Limited 10% 29-May 16 ATLH Atlas Honda Limited 25% 19-Jun Sr.# Security Symbol Security Name Date Credited 1 HAMLR Habib Asset Management Limited 1-Apr 2 CEPBR Century Paper & Board Mills Limited 8-Apr 3 SMBLR Summit Bank Limited 10-Apr 4 GVGLR Ghani Value Glass Limited 30-Apr 5 FAPMTLR Fauji Akbar Portia Marine Terminals Limited 9-May 6 BOPR The Bank of Punjab 9-May 7 EWLAR1 East West Life Assurance Company Limited 10-Jun 8 EFLR Engro Fertilizers Limited 10-Jun Credit of Unpaid Rights
  • 14. The Custodian Slate 2013 Investor Account Services (IAS) as of June 30, 2013 IndividualInvestorAccounts CorporateInvestorAccounts Number of Accounts Number of Securities (in billion) 48,848 41.306 4,709 104 7,409 227 35,350 1049Karachi Lahore Islamabad Conversion of Securities Sr.# From To 1 PICIC Energy Fund (Close-end Funds) PICIC Energy Fund (Open-end Funds) 2 Meezan Balanced Fund (Close-end Funds) Meezan Balanced Fund (Open-end Funds) Sr.# Security Symbol Security Name Date Credited 1 ASCPL Agriauto Stamping Company (Private) Limited 17-Apr 2 HAML Habib Asset Management Limited 25-Apr 3 FAPMTL Fauji Akbar Portia Marine Terminals Limited 30-May 4 HAML Habib Asset Management Limited - (2nd Tranche) 31-May 5 CPPL Cherat Packaging Limited 7-Jun 6 CEPB Century Paper & Board Mills Limited 14-Jun 7 EFL Engro Fertilizers Limited 27-Jun Right Issue Specie Dividend Sr.# Security Symbol Security Name Date Credited 1 TATM Tata Textile Mills Limited 24-Jun 2 BAHL Bank Al-Habib Limited 25-Jun 3 HMB Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited 25-Jun 4 HABSM Habib Sugar Mills Limited 25-Jun 5 FATIMA Fatima Fertilizer Company Limited 26-Jun
  • 15. The Custodian Slate 2013 KSE 100 Index during the last 6 months 22,000 21,500 21,000 20,500 20,000 19,500 19,000 18,500 18,000 17,500 17,000 January February March April May June 17,243 18,174 18,043 18,982 21,823 21,006 Month January February March April May June Ready (No. in Million) 3,858.081 5,683.674 4,643.784 4,142.787 7,827.772 7,697.539 Future Contract (No. in Million) 227.198 402.030 443.523 397.903 445.761 459.526 Market Capitalization (Rs. in Million) 4,325,742.536 4,514,858.691 4,446,895.872 4,663,992.880 5,293,348.919 5,154,737.917 Turnover of Shares Source: KSE Quotation Shares traded at KSE during last six months KSE & CDS Summary as of June 30, 2013 1 Listed Companies at KSE 569 2 Listed Capital at KSE (Rs. in Billion) 1,116.005 3 No. of Shares in CDS (in Billion) 107.12 4 Units of Open-End Funds in CDS (in Million) 188.56 5 Units of TFCs, Sukuks & Bonds in CDS (in Million) 83.92 6 Market Capitalization at KSE (Rs. in Billion) 5,154.738 7 Market Capitalization of Shares in CDS (Rs. in Billion) 2,706.37 8 Percentage of Shares in CDS w.r.t. Share Capital*. 86.23% * Excluding GoP holding BSE SENSEX 19,395.81 S&P/ TSX Composite 12,129.10 FTSE 100 (London) 6,215.50 NIKKEI 225 (Tokyo) 13,677.32 DAX (Frankfurt) 7,959.22 CAC 40 (Paris) 3,738.91 ALL ORDINARIES 4,775.40 HANG SENG (Hong Kong) 20,803.29 Index Value as on June 30, 2013 Source: Yahoo Finance World Market Indices Activation of SMS Activation of Web Activation of IVR No. of IAS Accounts 28,928 18,743 8,820 48,848 Activations Facts & Figures for IAS Clients as of June 30, 2013