Shareholder and Depository Interest Holder Information
European Metals is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:EMH) and the UK’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM:EMH).
European Metals ordinary shares held by Chess Depository Interests (CDIs) are quoted on the ASX, and ordinary shares held by Depository Interests (DIs) are quoted on AIM.
Share and Depository Interest Registries
European Metals share registry in Australia (for its Chess Depository Interest holder register) is Computershare Investor Services Pty Ltd (Computershare Australia).
In the UK, for its member’s register and Depository Interest holder register, European Metals’ registry is Computershare Investor Services PLC (Computershare UK).
Each Computershare company provides online access for individuals to view all their individual holdings where that Computershare company acts as registry via their Investor Centre portal – refer below for the website addresses.
Computershare Australia also has a dedicated Easy Update website for European Metals CDI holders to view and update their holding details.
Australian Register (ASX)
– Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited
UK Register (AIM)
– Computershare Investor Services PLC
Level 11, 172 St Georges Terrace,
Perth, Western Australia, 6000
1300 850 505 (within Australia)
+61 (0) 3 9415 5000 (outside Australia)
+61 (0) 8 9323 2033
The Pavilions, Bridgewater Road,
Bristol BS99 6ZZ
+44 (0)370 702 0000
+44 (0)370 703 6101
European Metals encourages shareholders (CDI and DI holders) to receive documents electronically. Receiving documents in this manner is quicker and more secure than in physical form and has less impact on the environment. To receive documents electronically, CDI holders should access Computershare Australia’s Easy Update website and follow the prompts (or visit Computershare Australia’s Investor Centre, refer above). DI holders should access Computershare UK’s Investor Centre website to update their email contact details.
Shareholders’ right to receive documents
Shareholders have the right to elect whether and how they would like to receive certain documents, such as Annual Reports and Notices of Meeting, as follows:
- shareholders can make a standing election to receive any or all the documents in physical or electronic form;
- shareholders can make a one-off request to receive any or all the documents in physical or electronic form; and
- shareholders can elect not to be sent the Annual Report.
Elections and requests must be made by notifying European Metals. The simplest way to do this is to go to Computershare Australia’s Easy Update website and follow the prompts. Alternatively, notification can also be made through Computershare UK’s Investor Centre (per website above).
Unless stated otherwise, the documents in respect of which elections and requests can be made include:
- documents relating to a meeting of members, such as notices of meeting and proxy forms;
- the Annual Report (comprising the annual financial report, directors’ report, and auditor’s report);
- a notice of members’ rights under section 110K of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (Corporations Act), unless the notice is made available on European Metals’ website; and
- any other documents prescribed by relevant regulations.
The above information constitutes European Metals’ notice pursuant to section 110K of the Corporations Act.
Investor Relations Contact
Mr David Koch
Telephone: + 61 (0) 8 6245 2050