Manhattan Transfer Registrar Co. completes move to New York

NEW YORK – 12-11-2018 ( — Manhattan Transfer Registrar Co. (“MTRCo”) is pleased to announce that it  has completed a corporate move and transition from its Erie, Colorado office to Port Jefferson, New York. Effective immediately, MTRCo will continue to operate solely out of New York. MTRCo now has new management as well.

Earlier this year, MTRCo’s former head, John Ahearn, resigned from his position to pursue other professional opportunities. Desiree Carlo, John Ahearn’s daughter, now heads MTRCo as the company’s President.  MTRCo also welcomes two other new members of the management team: Dean T. Hough, Esq., as Vice-President and Roland Nezaj as Chief Financial Officer.  Dean and Roland state, “We are excited for this opportunity. We look forward to working with MTRCo’s issuers and their shareholders and ensuring MTRCo provides timely, compliant, professional transfer agent service.”  MTRCo anticipates posting employment opportunities at the company in 2019. About Manhattan Transfer Registrar Co.Manhattan Transfer Registrar Co. (“MTRCO”) is a full-service, boutique transfer agent and registrar located in Port Jefferson, NY. MTR is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission and provides a wide range of financial services to public and private companies, including community banks. MTR offer same-day transfers, 24/7 EDGAR/XBRL services, and prompt responses and solutions – day and night.   

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Manhattan Transfer Registrar Company
Full Name: Desiree Carlo
Phone: 631-928-7655 Option #2
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