Following the suspension of the DRP in relation to the FY2018 final dividend, the Distribution Reinvestment Plan (DRP) has recommenced in relation to the FY2019 interim dividend. Elections that were in place when the DRP was suspended for the FY2018 final dividend continue to apply (subject to any subsequent changes to those elections).
Participation in the plan, including eligibility, is governed by, and subject to, the DRP Rules, which are set out in the DRP Booklet. The DRP Booklet, including DRP Rules was recently been amended to address the delisting from the SGX-ST earlier in the year and other redundant references.
You can make or change an election to participate in the DRP by logging on to the Computershare Investor Centre website with your SRN or HIN (this can be found at the top of any distribution statement) and postcode. Alternatively, you can obtain a hard copy election or cancellation notice by contacting Computershare on 1300 368 103 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4229 (outside Australia) or by visiting www.investorcentre.com/au/contact.
To be effective for the FY 2019 interim distribution, your election or change must be received by Computershare by 5.00pm (Australian Eastern Daylight Time) on 21 November 2018.
If you DO NOT wish to amend your current election you do not need to do anything. Your current election will apply.
The information on this website is not financial product advice. It is not a recommendation to participate in the DRP or advice about the suitability or appropriateness of participating in the DRP. Before deciding whether to participate in the DRP, you should read the DRP Rules in full and consider whether it is appropriate taking into consideration your investment objectives, financial circumstances (including financial and tax issues) and needs. You should also seek independent advice from your financial or another professional adviser where appropriate.
The contents of this document have not been reviewed by any regulatory authority in Hong Kong. You are advised to exercise caution in relation to the DRP. If you are in any doubt about any of the contents of this document, you should obtain independent professional advice.