FAQs


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You are ‘broker sponsored’ after you have entered into an agreement with a stockbroker and have been allocated a Holder Identification Number (HIN) beginning with an “X”. If your shares are held under a broker sponsored agreement you need to notify the broker of any change of name or address, not the company or the registrar. Holding statements will be issued to you by the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

 

Shareholders who do not have a broker agreement are automatically sponsored by the company and hold their shares in a dematerialised form. This is known as having an ‘Issuer Sponsored’ holding. Issuer Sponsored holdings are given a unique Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) starting with an “I” that relates to your specific holding in Collins Foods. Holding statements will be issued to you by Computershare Investor Services on behalf of Collins Food Limited.

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Yes, Issuer Sponsorship is available to shareholders of Collins Foods.

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Please visit Computershare’s website, www.investorcentre.com/CKF, select ‘Access a Single Holding’ and enter in the requested information on screen to log into your Collins Food Limited shareholding. To access this service, you will need to have your SRN or HIN available.

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Please visit Computershare’s website, www.investorcentre.com/CKF, select ‘Access a Single Holding’ and enter in the requested information on screen to log into your Collins Food Limited shareholding. To access this service, you will need to have your SRN or HIN available.

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Please visit Collins Foods’ Easy Update shareholder account portal at www.computershare.com.au/easyupdate/CKF.
The Easy Update portal enables you to select your communication preferences, update your dividend payment instruction and provide your TFN. To access this service, you will need to have your SRN or HIN available.
Alternatively you can phone 1300 458 215 within Australia or +61 3 9415 4245 if outside Australia.

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Please visit Computershare’s website, www.investorcentre.com/CKF and click on ‘Got a question?’ enter ‘transferring shares’ and review the information and options that are available.

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Everyone’s financial circumstances are different, you should consult your own financial planner or tax accountant.

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Collins Foods has introduced a mandatory direct credit policy for the payment of its dividends to shareholders. As a valued shareholder, payment of your dividend is important to us however if the Company’s share registry, Computershare Investor Services, does not have your direct credit banking instructions on file as at a dividend record date your dividend payment cannot be made.
Your dividend will be held until your banking details are updated and paid on a date determined by Collins Foods. In accordance with the company Constitution, Collins Foods will not pay any interest where a payment of a dividend is delayed due to non-receipt of banking instructions prior to dividend record date.
To update your details, please refer to the FAQ: How do I change my account details.

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There is no dividend reinvestment plan at this stage.

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No – all dividends will be issued in Australian Dollars.