Centamin plc, number 109180 (the “Company”) is a mineral exploration, development and mining company with the ordinary shares dual-listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: CEY) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: CEE). From a regulatory and reporting standpoint, the Company is qualified as a “ Designated Foreign Issuer” in Canada, within the meaning of the National Instrument 71-102.
|Stock exchanges||London Stock Exchange (“LSE”) and Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSE”)|
|Ticker symbols||LSE: CEY ; TSX: CEE|
|Currency||LSE: GBP ; TSX: CAD|
|Ordinary shares outstanding:||1,156,450,695 as at 28 May 2021|
|Significant indices||FTSE 250, FTSE Gold Mines, FTSE4Good, Stoxx600, GDX Gold and GDXJ|
The Company is incorporated in the island of Jersey with company number 109180. The Company conducts limited activity in its own right, with certain of the subsidiary entities carrying out exploration, development and mining activity.
Based on shareholder disclosures and register analysis conducted by Orient Capital, the following shareholders had holdings of more than 3% (being the applicable threshold adopted by Centamin in its Articles of Association, as a UK issuer under the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules of the UK Financial Conduct Authority (“DTRs”), in the issued share capital of Centamin in compliance with LR 9.8.6 (2)
|Parent / Shareholder||Shares||% ISC|
|Standard Life Aberdeen||69,673,637||6.02|
|Dimensional Fund Advisors||57,372,927||5.06|
|The Vanguard Group, Inc||50,753,563||4.47|
|Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Manager||39,841,065||3.51|
Major shareholder notifications under the Disclosure Transparency Rules should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact our registrars, Computershare Investor Services plc, if you have any queries about the administration of your shareholding, including but not limited to:
- Change of name/address
- Lost or stolen share certificates
- Lost or stolen dividend cheques
- Death of a registered holder
Online enquiry service
Computershare provides a range of services through its online portal, Investor Centre, which can be accessed free of charge at www.investorcentre.co.uk. This service enables shareholders to check details of their shareholdings or dividends, download forms to notify changes in personal details and access other relevant information.
By post or telephone
Jersey, Channel Islands
Computershare Investor Services (Jersey) Plc
Telephone: +44 (0) 870 707 4040
100 University Avenue
ON M5J 2Y1
Facsimile: +1 416 981 9777
Over the past few years, many companies have become aware that their shareholders or potential shareholders have received unsolicited phone calls or correspondence concerning investment matters. These are typically from overseas-based 'brokers' who target UK shareholders, offering to sell them what often turn out to be worthless or high-risk shares in UK investments. These operations are commonly known as 'boiler rooms' and the 'brokers' can be very persistent and persuasive.
When it comes to financial services, the scam activity is more nuanced and often appears after the initial shock of a major event such as Coronavirus. Scammers are sophisticated, opportunistic and tend to target people who are more vulnerable or susceptible to being scammed, particularly in the current climate with many more people being at home. Using the uncertainty around stock markets, scammers may advise you to invest or transfer existing investments into high return (and high risk) investments.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) gives the following advice:
If you are offered unsolicited investment advice, discounted shares, a premium price for shares you own, or free company or research reports, you should take these steps before handing over any money:
- Only deal with financial services firms that are authorised by the FCA and check the Financial Services Register on www.register.fca.org.uk and Warning list on www.fca.org.uk/scamsmart/warning-list to check who you are dealing with.
- Always check the firm is not a clone firm by asking for a firm reference number (FRN) and contact details and then calling back on the switchboard number on the FCA register - do not use links in emails or website from the firm offering you an investment.
- Treat all unexpected calls, emails and text messages with caution even if the person seems to know some basic information about you.
- Avoid being rushed or pressured into making a decision by seriously considering seeking financial advice or guidance before investing. Remember if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!
- Contact the FCA Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768 if there are no contact details on the Register or you are told they are out of date.
If you use an unauthorised firm to buy or sell shares or other investments, you will not have access to the Financial Ombudsman Service or Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) if things go wrong.
Report A Scam
If you are approached about a share scam you should tell the FCA using the following ways:
Call the FCA on
0800 111 6768 – Freephone
0300 500 8082 – from the United Kingdom
+44 207 066 1000 – from abroad
Email the FCA