JARDINE shareholders are being told there will be no action needed by them, should they wish to hold on to company shares after delisting from Hong Kong. The group said in its circulars that all shareholders rights and entitlements would remain unchanged under the new trading arrangements in Singapore, beginning in ernest on January 4. 'For institutional shareholders, who represent the majority of shares held, there will be no material change between dealing in Hong Kong and Singapore,' said the company. Individual shareholders or investors wishing to trade group shares should go through their brokerage as normal or go via the Jardine nine group of brokerages prepared to trade Jardine shares in Singapore at no extra cost. The dealing costs in Singapore are comparable, according to group company secretary Neil McNamara, with an agreed commission rate going through the Jardine nine brokers set at a maximum of 0.5 per cent, inclusive of Singapore brokerage fees. There is no stamp duty in Singapore.