TORONTO--(Marketwired - Jul 18, 2013) - Consorteum Holdings, Inc. ("Consorteum" or the "Company") (
Craig Fielding, Consorteum's CEO, stated, "The Company has made the decision to move its transfer agent services to Olde Monmouth. We believe that this move will provide better service to our shareholders as well as allow the Company to better execute its plans to recapitalize and effectuate the conversion of the Company's existing note holders into shareholders over the next several months."
Consorteum is a transaction management and mobile publishing company focused on transaction processing, including its suite of mobile offerings, delivery of mobile content, mobile payments solutions and products through a mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements, and joint venture revenue share arrangements. It operates as a technology and services aggregator to meet the diverse needs of its client base by leveraging a wide range of products and services to develop end-to-end, turn-key card and payment transaction processing solutions. The Company has extensive expertise within the Payments and Transaction Industry in North America and internationally.
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About Olde Monmouth
Olde Monmouth Stock Transfer is a Full Service Transfer Agency offering a wide variety of services from traditional Transfer/Registrar functions to more advanced Proxy and Escrow services. With 20 years in the Stock Transfer business, Olde Monmouth has the knowledge and experience to meet the demands of the most sophisticated Public Companies while providing the prompt and responsive service that you would expect from a small family owned and operated business.
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