Regnum RTA

REG. No. : INR000004316

What is the International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) with Regnum RTA?

A distinctive security identification, referred to as an International Securities Identification Number (ISIN), is a 12-digit alphanumeric code. The National Numbering Agency (NNA) in each country is responsible for assigning ISINs within that country, under Regnum RTA.

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An ISIN, or International Securities Identification Number, is a unique code used to identify securities such as stocks, bonds, and other financial instruments. It serves as a standardized and internationally recognized means of uniquely identifying a security.

 ISINs are crucial for securities trading and settlement processes. They provide a standardized way to identify and track securities globally, facilitating efficient and accurate trading, clearing, and settlement.

An ISIN is a 12-character alphanumeric code. It consists of a two-letter country code, a nine-character alphanumeric code unique to the security, and a single check digit.

National Numbering Agencies (NNAs) in each country are responsible for assigning ISINs. These agencies are designated by the country’s financial regulatory authority.

The ISIN itself does not contain detailed information about the security. However, it serves as a unique identifier that can be used to retrieve information from databases where details about the security, such as its issuer, type, and characteristics, are stored.

No, ISINs are used for various types of securities, including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, options, and other financial instruments. They help standardize the identification of diverse assets in the financial markets.

To obtain an ISIN, you need to contact the National Numbering Agency (NNA) in your country. They will guide you through the application process and assign a unique ISIN to your security.

Generally, once assigned, an ISIN remains the same throughout the life of the security. However, in exceptional cases such as corporate actions or changes to the security’s structure, a new ISIN may be issued.

Yes, ISINs are designed for international use. They facilitate cross-border trading and ensure that securities can be identified and tracked consistently on a global scale.

While both ISINs and ticker symbols are used to identify securities, they serve different purposes. An ISIN is a unique global identifier for a security, while a ticker symbol is typically a shorter code used for trading purposes on a specific stock exchange.