The Qatar Central Securities Depository (QCSD) said yesterday that it registered QR600mn in treasury bills issued by the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) in June.
QCSD registered 30,000 three-month treasuries at a total value of QR300mn.
The bills maturity date is September 1, 2020.
It registered 20,000 six months treasuries that mature on December 1, 2020, with a total value of QR200mn.
It also registered 10,000 issues of the nine-month treasury expiring on March 2, 2021, at a total value of QR100mn.
The Qatar Central Securities Depository also carried out its quarterly BCP test successfully.
This came in QCSD’s monthly report on its activities during the month of June.
It encouraged shareholders to update their personal data stored at QCSD, particularly their IBAN to ensure that cash dividends are wired to their accounts directly.
In its monthly statistics, the Qatar Central Securities Depository said that the month of June saw 198,298 transfer of ownership transactions.
The total number of shareholders registered by QCSD reached 387,769, while shareholders with bank accounts were 57,078.
June also showed 230,695 Qatari individuals registered, while Qatari institutions registered were 2523.
Foreign individuals registered on the other hand were 154,485, with 2066 foreign institutions registered by QCSD.
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