"Old" unit certificates issued in 1989 (pink in colour) is no longer valid as they have been replaced with "new" certificates (blue in colour) in 1990. If you are holding the "new" unit certificate issued in 1990, it is very likely that your units have been transferred to the Minister of Finance by virtue of Section 29 of the Securities Industry (Central Depositories) (Amendment)(No. 2) Act 1998 (refer to "What if my units have been transferred to the Minister of Finance?").
If you have the "old" certificate but do not have the "new" unit certificate, kindly check your CDS account as you may have already deposited the "new" certificate into your CDS account. There is also possibility that you have sold/transferred the units subsequent to depositing the certificate into your CDS account.
It is recommended that you check your records (bank statements, CDS statements, etc) to determine the status of your units before contacting the Share Registrar (Symphony Share Registrars Sdn Bhd). It is very difficult and time consuming for the Share Registrar to check records which are over 7 years old (please note that the Share Registrar in not obligated to keep records which are over 7 years old).
You simply need to update the details of your CDS account in which your units are deposited into.
To update your CDS account details, simply contact your broker or the "CDS Department" of the securities company at which you opened your CDS account.
The relevant form can also be obtained from Bursa Malaysia’s website (please click here). Simply fill in all relevant particulars before printing and then submit the form to your broker.
During each income distribution, the Share Registrar will obtain a copy of Record of Depositors (ROD) from Bursa Malaysia Depository Sdn Bhd which contains information such as your name, your CDS account no., correspondence address and the number of AHP units that you have. The data in the ROD corresponds with the details of your CDS account. Thus, by updating your CDS account, the Share Registrar can "obtain" your latest address from the ROD.
If you have not deposited your units into a CDS account, your units would have been transferred to the Minister of Finance (refer to "What if my units have been transferred to the Minister of Finance?").
If your correspondence address have changed after the entitlement date of the income distribution, your warrant would have been sent to your old address. Kindly check at your old address or you could also request for a replacement warrant in which case it is treated as lost income distribution warrant (refer to "How do I obtain a replacement income distribution warrant?").
If you have not moved and there is no change in your correspondence address and it has been more than 2 weeks after the payment date of the income distribution, it is highly possible that the warrant is lost in mail and therefore you could contact the Share Registrar for a replacement warrant (refer to "How do I obtain a replacement income distribution warrant?").
Contact the Share Registrar (Symphony Share Registrars Sdn Bhd) to request for a replacement warrant.
Any request for replacement warrant involves a fee of RM5.00.
Contact details of the Share Registrar:
Income distribution warrant is valid for six months from the payment date.
Expired/out-dated warrants can be replaced by contacting the Share Registrar (refer to "How do I obtain a replacement income distribution warrant?").
Under Section 29 of the Securities Industry (Central Depositories) (Amendment)(No. 2) Act 1998, any securities not deposited into CDS account by 1 December 1998 would be transferred to the Minister of Finance.
Affected unit holders were given until 1 June 1999 to file a claim with the authorities for the recovery of their units.
Unit holders who failed to file a claim for recovery, now can only claim for refund of proceeds from the sale of the units by submitting relevant forms and supporting documents to the Jabatan Akauntan Negara (refer to "How to claim for refund of sale proceeds from Jabatan Akauntan Negara?").
If the units have been deposited into the CDS account of the deceased, the units will remain in the account and the duly authorised executor/administrator or beneficiaries can submit application for the units to be transferred into their CDS account (refer to "I am the authorised executor/administrator of the estate of a deceased unit holder. How do I get the units of the deceased transferred to my CDS account?").
If the units have not been deposited into CDS account, duly authorised executor/administrator or beneficiaries can submit application to the Jabatan Akauntan Negara for refund of proceeds from the disposal of the units (refer to "How to claim for refund of sale proceeds from Jabatan Akauntan Negara").
Any claims on the unit(s) of the deceased unit holder is also subject to the provisions of the Deed.
If the units are to be transferred to you, you should have a Central Depository System Account (CDS Account) opened in you name. CDS account can be opened at any stock broking companies. A minimal one-time fee of RM10.00 is applicable.
If you are in the Klang Valley, you may proceed directly to the Customer Service Counter of Bursa Malaysia (located on the ground floor) to fill-in the relevant forms and submit certified copy of the relevant Letter of Administration or Grant of Probate.
If you are outside of Klang Valley, you may submit your application through the stock broking company at which your CDS account is maintained.
Obtain Form SPS2 and UMA7 from Jabatan Akauntan Negara or from the Share Registrar (Symphony Share Registrars Sdn Bhd).
Duly completed forms and supporting documents should be submitted to:JABATAN AKAUNTAN NEGARA
Relevant supporting documents:
Additional supporting documents if original unit certificate is lost:
AHP is a real estate investment trust which is listed on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.
As a listed counter, the process of buying/selling units of AHP is similar to those of other listed counters.
Buying and selling of units can only be carried out through licensed stock broking companies.