This is a guide on how to create an import file to bulk upload share issuances with share numbers on Capdesk
What is a share number?
Share numbers is a compliance needed in some European countries. According to compliance, all shares must have a unique share number. In order to add share numbers to the CSV, you will need to make sure you have activated share numbers in the company settings.
The import file to register and upload share issuances with share numbers will work the same way as creating a simple import file for share issuances (please follow the steps in this article to create one) with the distinction that you need to add the share numbers as well.
The share_numbers column on the import file:
In this column you insert you share numbers.
You now have two choices:
1. Auto-generate shares
Simply ignore share numbers in the file and the system will auto generate share numbers for all transactions.
2. Insert share numbers
In order to add share numbers yourself, you will need to add the column: share_intervals to the existing fields. Learn about the existing fields here. In this column, you can write in share intervals like 1-5, 7-8, 9,-10 etc.
Make sure the quantity of shares issued suits the share numbers!
Once you have added this column, and completed the import file, please follow the steps in this article to upload and publish the transactions.