Where is Altium Limited listed and what is the ticker symbol?
Altium Limited is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under the ticker symbol ALU.
Who manages the share register?
The Altium Limited share registry is managed by Computershare. Go to www-au.computershare.com for Computershare’s contact details.
Does Altium issue preferred stock?
Altium does not currently offer preferred shares.
How can I check my ALU holding?
You can view current information regarding your Altium shareholding on the Computershare website at www-au.computershare.com You will need to set up a login first to identify yourself as a shareholder in order to do this you will need information listed on either your holding statement or dividend statement.
Who should I contact regarding my share statements?
Please contact our share registrar, Computershare www-au.computershare.com. Please visit our Registrar page for more information.
How can I update my shareholder details?
You can update your details and advise direct credit advice on the Computershare website at www-au.computershare.com
What is the dividend policy?
The Board of Altium Limited will aim to pay ordinary dividends each year within the range of 50-80% of net profit after tax. Altium intends to pay dividends twice a year - an interim and a year-end dividend. It is the intention of the Altium Board to attach imputation credits to the extent that they are available. The amount of any AUD dividend will be determined using the USD exchange rate at the end of the period to which the dividend relates. The Board of Directors maintains the discretion to determine whether or not a dividend is payable and the amount of any dividend payment. Visit our Dividends page for more information.
How can I follow developments in Altium share prices?
Current stock prices are available on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) website www.asx.com.au. Altium Limited is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under the ticker symbol ALU.
How can I obtain an Annual Report?
As part of our commitment to the environment and managing cost, Altium no longer circulates printed copies of its Annual Report unless specifically requested by a shareholder or potential investor. If you are a shareholder and you wish to receive hard copies of the Annual Report you need to update your Shareholder profile with Computershare www-au.computershare.com. Electronic copies of all current and previous annual reports are available online. Other interested parties can contact Altium on email@example.com to request a hard copy.
Where do I find information on the share registry?
The share registry is managed by Computershare. You can go to the Computershare website at www-au.computershare.com to set up a login to view your current shareholding information and manage your account details. All enquiries regarding your shareholdings should be directed to Computershare. Altium Registrar details can be found here.
I have not received/lost my last dividend cheque. What should I do?
For lost cheques or other dividend enquiries you should contact Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited. When accessing some information online or by phone you may be required to provide your Security Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) as shown on your Issuer Sponsored/CHESS statements and other personal details such as your postcode.
How is the tax paid on my dividends?
All companies must deduct tax at the top marginal rate plus the Medicare levy from unfranked dividends and interest payable to investors who have not supplied their Tax File Number/Australian Business Number (TFN/ABN). Tax will not be deducted from the franked portion of dividends. Certain pensioners are exempt from supplying their TFN. If you are an eligible pensioner you should complete the TFN exemption section to claim exemption from quoting your TFN (refer to explanation section below).
If, for taxation purposes, you are a non-resident of Australia (or in certain cases a recently arrived resident), then your dividend/interest may be subject to special tax provisions which require tax to be withheld before payment of dividends/interest is made. If your postal address is outside Australia you will be treated as a non-resident.
Quotation Optional and Privacy Requirements
The quotation of your TFN/ABN is optional and you are not required to provide your TFN/ABN if you do not wish to do so. It should also be noted that the details provided with respect to your TFN will be treated confidentially in accordance with strict privacy guidelines. It is not an offence if you choose not to quote your TFN/ABN, but if you do not, tax may be taken out of your dividends/interest. If you quote your TFN/ABN, no tax will be taken out of dividends/interest paid on your investment. For more information about the use of TFN/ABN on your investment, please contact the Australian Tax Office.
For more information and TFN notification forms please go to the Computershare website at www-au.computershare.com
For lost cheques or other dividend enquiries you should contact Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited.
When accessing some information online or by phone you may be required to provide your Security Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) as shown on your Issuer Sponsored/CHESS statements and other personal details such as your postcode.