Q: What is the registered address of SABMiller plc?
A: SABMiller House
Church Street West
Q: How can I trade in your company's stocks?
A: SABMiller is listed on the London Stock Exchange and Johannesburg Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100. Potential investors should be able to acquire shares through their stockbroker. If you do not have a stockbroker, it is possible to buy shares from a reputable online share dealing service.
| ||Commission ||Minimum charge ||Contact |
|Telephone ||1.5% on the first £50,000 plus 0.2% on the remainder ||£50.00 ||08456 037 037 |
Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
|Internet ||1.5% ||£45.00 ||www.shareview.co.uk/dealing |
You will need your shareholder reference number.
This service is only available to people resident in the United Kingdom.
Q: Who is your company's investment banker?
A: SABMiller plc uses a number of merchant banks and advisers, depending on the nature and geography of the project in question.
Q: What is the tax domicile of SABMiller plc?
A: United Kingdom.
Q: How do I get my dividends paid in US dollars?
A: Dividends are only paid in US dollars to shareholders shown as having an address in the USA and are recorded on the UK section of the share register, unless mandated otherwise.
Q: Please could I have a summary of financial results for the past 10 years?
A: South African Breweries plc listed in London in 1999. At the back of every annual report is a financial summary page.
View all Annual Reports
Q: Where can I find out how much dividend was paid into my account?
A: Shareholders on the UK register will need to contact Equiniti Registrars direct with your name and address details – www.equiniti.com or telephone 0871 384 2395, calls cost 8p per minute plus network extras (outside UK telephone +44 (0)121 415 7047). If your shares are held on the South African register and are dematerialised through the STRATE system, you will need to contact your CSDP. If your shares are not dematerialised, and are in certificated form, you will need to contact Computershare Services, on telephone number 011 370 5000.
Q: What should I do with my share certificate(s)?
A: These are very important documents and are proof of your shareholding. They should be kept in a safe place. You will need them to sell/transfer some or all of your shares.
Q: I have lost/misplaced my share certificate. Can I get a new one?
A: In most cases there is a charge to replace share certificates so we advise that you ensure you have looked thoroughly before requesting a new one. For further information on requesting new certificates and the associated fees visit the Equiniti website.
Q: How do I find historical share price information?
A: The Share Price tool will allow you to search for historical share prices.
View the share price tool
Q: Please could you tell me the date of the interim results?
A: The date of the interim results can be found in the financial calendar.
View the financial calendar
Q: Please could you tell me the date of your next AGM?
A: The date of the next AGM will be formally announced to shareholders when notice of the meeting is sent out after the financial year end. The company's AGM is usually held at the end of July. Once the date has been set, it will be published in the financial calendar.