What is the difference between an electronic and a physical share register?

A physical share register is kept manually on paper and is usually stored in a book or a special register folder. Access to a physical share register usually requires physical presence at the location where the register is kept. Changes and updates to a physical register are made manually and can be time consuming. This medium offers less flexibility in terms of accessibility and requires physical space for storage.

An electronic share register, on the other hand, is kept digitally in an electronic database or a special software system. Access to an electronic share register is usually faster and more efficient. It allows authorized persons to access the database from different locations. Electronic registers can be updated in real time, enabling faster and more accurate management of share information. They also provide more efficient tools for management, analysis and reporting. To find out more about digital share register management with Aequitec, contact us at https://aequitec.ch/contact

All FAQs Published at: 2024-02-05