DSE seeks information of investors of Crest Securities
Published: 03:55 PM, 2 July 2020
The Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) authorities have sought information from investors who have invested in the stock market through Crest Securities, a stockbroker house company.
Investors' shares and money are stuck as the brokerage house is closed. Investors have been asked to provide information as part of the return of the money and shares.
Crest Securities is now closed, the DSE said in a statement to investors on Thursday. For this, the legitimate customers of the brokerage house have been asked to apply to the Chief Regulatory Officer (CRO) of DSE in the prescribed form to get their shares and money back. Besides, for information and assistance, it has been asked to contact on Tel: 02-9564601.
DSE has also launched a hotline in this regard. This hotline can be contacted for information and assistance. In this case, you have to contact cell: 01713276418, or on e-mail: [email protected].
Recently, Shahid Ullah, the owner and managing director of the brokerage house, went into hiding after locking his office. So the investors there are facing trouble.