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The South African Online Share Registrar

- Instant Share Certificates   (R150)

- Drag & Drop Share Transfers

- Director Changes  (R300)

- Free Cloud Storage

- Call Centre : 021 595 4433

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Investigators Service

In accordance with the Company Act, its required that the Share Register of a Pty be available for public viewing.

Sharevault assists investigators to inspect the Share Register/Share Certificates of a Company. We do this through sending an email to a Director of a company that you are investigating and encouraging them to provide the relevant documentation using ShareVault as a platform.
We will track the request on your behalf, providing the administration but cannot assist with any form of dispute or litigation.


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Easy Drag and Drop

3D Pie Chart Graphs
that reflect percentage ownership

Simple Interface to control your
shareholders

Accurate Share Register
fulfilling audit requirements

Colourful Easy-To-Use Icons

Shareholders vs Directors



Why you should have Share Certificates

  1. A share register and printed shares is a legal requirement of owning a company. Our system makes it easy to maintain your administration of both the register and the share certificates.
  2. It proves legal ownership of the company. If you possess a properly signed, original share certificate you have legal proof that you own part of the company.  The value of that share certificate is directly linked with the financial value of that company
  3. You can sell your shares to raise funding for a business.
  4. It enables you to apply for a BEE Certificate and/or funding from a Bank
  5. It enables you to properly administer your business and to demonstrate that your business is not just a loosely put together entity.
  1. A shareholder is an owner, while the director manages and oversees the company
  2. The shareholders appoint the directors, and can fire a director if he or she fails to do a good job.
  3. The directors are responsible for maintaining and signing the share certificates when they are issued. Without the signature the certificate is not valid
  4. CIPC the registrar of companies records the names and details of the directors but not the share holders. Subsequently changing directors must follow the CIPC legal process and takes up to six weeks.
  5. Shareholder changes can be done on this site immediately.
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Watch our 1 minute video for an introduction