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n. a person or company retained by a corporation to process transfers and registration of shares of stock (stock certificates). One difficulty is that the stock certificates do not always include the name and address of the current transfer agent, but the information can be obtained from the corporation or a stockbroker. (See: stock)

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The fraud came to light after Sebi began probing Sharepro Services, which acted as the Registrar and Share Transfer Agent for many top companies, including Britannia, Asian Paints, Tata Communications and Kansai Nerolac.
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They charged that the company was inadequately supervising their money transfer agents. For instance, some of them were failing to aggregate multiple daily transactions of tens of thousands of dollars which the same customer would carry out through different agents.
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