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  1. When is PNB’s Annual Stockholders’ Meeting?

    Under the Amended By-Laws of the Bank, the Annual Stockholders’ Meeting is held on the last Tuesday of May each year unless such day is a legal holiday, in which case, the business day next following shall be the meeting day of the year.
  2. Where can I inquire about my PNB shares?

    Any inquiry regarding PNB shares may be directed to the Stock Transfer Agent of the Bank or to the Office of the Corporate Secretary.
  3. How do I buy or sell my PNB shares?

    PNB common shares can be bought through any stock broker (trading participant) accredited by the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE).  PNB Securities, Inc. (PNBSI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PNB, is one of the stock brokers engaged in the buy and sell of all kinds of shares of stock listed in the PSE. You may communicate with them directly on how to buy or sell your PNB shares.
     
        PNB Securities, Inc.
        3rd Floor, PNB Financial Center
        Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City
        Telephone Nos. 526-3510 or 891-6040 local 5141
  4. What are the requirements for the replacement of lost stock certificates?

    Below is the list of requirements for the replacement of lost PNB stock certificates to be accomplished and submitted to the Stock Transfer Agent (STA):
     
    (a) Original or Certified True Copy of Affidavit of Loss.  If executed outside the country, it should be authenticated by the Consul at the Embassy of the Philippines;

    (b) Original or Certified True Copy of the Publisher’s Affidavit that a Notice of Loss has been published once a week for three consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in a place where the corporation has its principal office;

    (c) Specimen signature card duly authenticated (to be given by the STA);

    (d) Photocopy of two (2) valid ID cards and Tax Identification Number (TIN) card;

    (e) One year surety bond to be posted in favor of Allied Banking Corporation and PNB in the amount equivalent to the market value of the shares of stock.  Otherwise, the transfer of the shares of stock will be after one (1) year from the last date of publication;

    (f) Cancellation fee of P20.00 for every cancellation of a stock certificate (to be paid to the STA); and

    (g) Replacement fee of P100.00 for every issuance of a stock certificate (to be paid to the STA).
  5. What are the requirements for the transfer of shares of deceased stockholders?

    Below is the list of requirements for the transfer of stock certificates of deceased stockholders to be accomplished and submitted to the Stock Transfer Agent (STA):

    (a) Original or Certified True Copy of the Death Certificate. If executed outside the country, it should be authenticated by the Consul at the Embassy of the Philippines;

    (b) Original or Certified True Copy of the Publisher’s Affidavit that the Extra-Judicial Settlement has been published once a week for three consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in a place where the corporation has its principal office;

    (c) Tax Clearance from the Commissioner of Internal Revenue stating that all taxes due on the estate have been fully settled or that there are no taxes due on the estate or Official Receipt for payment of estate taxes;

    (d) Original or Certified True Copy of Extra-Judicial Settlement duly annotated by the Register of Deeds or Affidavit of Self-Adjudication if there is only one heir;

    (e) Marriage Contract/Birth Certificate if the heir is the spouse/children;

    (f) Specimen signature card of the new owner of the stock duly authenticated (to be given by the STA);

    (g) Photocopies of two primary ID cards (Passport, Driver’s License, SSS, GSIS, Voter’s) of heir/s;

    (h) A photocopy of TIN card or any primary ID card/document bearing the TIN of the heir/s;

    (i) Two (2) year surety bond to be posted in favor of Allied Banking Corporation and PNB in the amount equivalent to the market value of the shares of stock.  Otherwise, the transfer of the shares of stock of  a deceased stockholder to his heirs will be after two (2) years from the last date of publication;

    (j) Original stock certificates;

    (k) Stock cancellation fee amounting to P20.00 for every cancellation of a stock certificate;

    (l) Stock transfer fee amounting to P100.00 for every issuance of a stock certificate.