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Computershare shares are listed on the ASX, under the stock code 'CPU'. You can purchase shares through a registered stockbroker. The ASX offers a stockbroker referral service and can be contacted at http://www.asx.com.au

If you would like to sell shares you already hold, you can use Investor Trade, Computershare's online share sale facility for issuer sponsored securityholdings. The service is available to investors in companies where Computershare acts as share registrar.

Securityholdings are eligible to be sold through Investor Trade as long as the following criteria are met:

• Holder is Issuer Sponsored (shares managed using a third party broker or online trading platform are not eligible)

• Held in an individual name (joint and company held holdings are not eligible)

• Ordinary shares only

• Has an Australian registered address

• Is not for a deceased estate

• Total holding value must be less than the allowable limit (typically $30,000)

• No changes have been made to the registered details within the past 10 business days

• Current date is not on or between the ex-date and record date ​

Yes. If you have changed name or address you need to contact the share registry, advising any changes to your registered details (that is, you didn't buy them through a broker) you can change your details online through Investor Centre.

At this time, it is not possible to make changes to your name online. Name changes need to be made in writing, using a form. If your name has changed you should enclose a copy of your marriage certificate in the case of marriage, or a copy of the legal documentation confirming name change in other cases.​

​The latest dividend payment dates are available on the key dates page.​

​A TFN or ABN can be submitted and updated online through Investor Centre. It's quick and easy and you don't need to become a member.​

​You should keep your shareholding statements for tax purposes.​

​No. You will need to do this through the stockbroker with whom you hold shares.​

​You can view and manage just one holding or your entire portfolio through Investor Centre.​​

​As an investor, you can access relevant information about your Computershare holdings through the Investor Centre. You do not need to register unless you want to view and manage your entire portfolio. Investor Centre is quick, easy and free. ​

​​Yes. You are able to obtain a copy of the history of your holdings. Your request must be in writing and should be forwarded by mail to:

The Share Registrar

Computershare Investor Services Pty Ltd

Yarra Falls

452 Johnston Street

Abbotsford Victoria 3067​

​The Annual General Meeting (AGM) provides an opportunity for shareholders to become directly involved in Computershare's decisions. During the AGM, you are asked to vote on important issues and you are given the opportunity to put questions to the members of the Board.​

No. Several weeks prior to the meeting you will be sent a form, called a proxy form, which allows you submit your vote via the post or alternatively online. If you are not attending the AGM you will be asked to complete the proxy form by a specified date before the AGM.

Alternatively you can appoint another party, your proxy, to attend the AGM on your behalf. Your proxy can vote at the meeting but cannot ask questions unless allowed by the Chairman.