Equiniti, the UK’s leading provider of share registration services, managing more than 20 million shareholder accounts, is delighted to announce that it has been appointed as share registrar for FTSE 100 business and world leader in commercial pest control, Rentokil Initial plc.
The agreement means that Equiniti is now responsible for keeping Rentokil’s register of members up to date, administering the payment of dividends and additional shareholder products, as well as other related services such as identifying potential cost-savings and improving efficiencies.
Mark Bullen, Managing Director of Equiniti’s Share Registration Services, commented on the news, saying:
“We are delighted that a company with the size, stature and professional reputation Rentokil possesses has agreed to transfer their share registration services over to Equiniti. It is further evidence of our first-class management in share registration and the dedication that we show to each and every client.
“It is always an exciting time when we welcome a new client onboard. Collaborating with the business in order to find innovative ways of improving performance and efficiency is a rewarding process – one that requires immense dedication – and we can’t wait to kick-start this process with Rentokil.”
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Notes to Editor:
Equiniti is a specialist outsourcer delivering technology-enabled solutions to some of the best-known brands and public-sector organisations in the UK, including c.70 of the companies in the FTSE 100.
It is the UK’s leading provider of share registration services, providing complex share registration and shareholder solutions to around 50% of the FTSE 100 and 35% of the FTSE 250, managing more than 20 million shareholder accounts in total.
Equiniti also has market leading positions in administration of employee share plans, pension administration and software, and employee benefit schemes. It’s services, which are delivered by over 4,300 employees, benefit 28 million people in the UK and 120 countries around the world.