ROC || How to enter Nominal value of shares
ROC: How to enter Nominal value of shares:
The nominal value, or book value, of a share is typically assigned when the stock is issued. It is also known as the face value or par value.
Please follow the steps below to enter the nominal value in ROC software:
Go to Transaction > Annual detail >Capital Structure:
You can enter here face value:
Now the face value (nominal value) will auto reflect in "share application".
Go into Transaction >Share and Securities >Share Application:
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