Qantas Share Registry
For information about your shareholding visit Qantas Share Registry Services.
Many common questions and their answers can be found on the FAQs page. Refer to this page before contacting the Share Registry.
Contact details for the Qantas Share Registry are:
Address: Level 12, 680 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 or Locked Bag A14,
Sydney South NSW 1235
Phone: 1800 177 747 (within Australia) or +61 (2) 8280 7390 (elsewhere)
Fax: +61 (2) 9287-0303
Share Price Information
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Or view a share price chart* that shows the Qantas share price for the last six months.
Shareholder Communications Policy
The Board has adopted, and from time to time will amend, the Shareholder Communications Policy. The Shareholder Communications Policy is designed to promote effective communication with shareholders and encourage effective participation at General Meetings. The Shareholder Communications Policy is summarised in the Business Practices Document.
Beneficial owners of Qantas shares are encouraged to contact the Qantas Share Registry to arrange the direct receipt of shareholder material.
Under the Qantas Constitution, the maximum aggregate level of relevant interest that foreign persons are permitted to hold in Qantas is 49%.
Listing Rule 3.19 requires that Qantas advise the market when the level of foreign relevant interest is more than 44%. The current level of foreign ownership is available in our FAQs.
Qantas notes that, under its Constitution, foreign purchasers are required to notify Qantas, within 10 days of becoming registered, of their acquisition of a relevant interest in Qantas shares. A Foreign Ownership Notification Form must be completed and returned to the Qantas Share Registry.
It is the order of receipt of complete Foreign Ownership Notifications that determines the priority for entry, upon reconciliation to a registered shareholding, to the Qantas Foreign Sub-Register.
Qantas investigates foreign share purchases and, upon reconciliation of the relevant Foreign Ownership Notifications to a registered shareholding, enters the purchases on the Qantas Foreign Sub-Register. Should the level of foreign ownership on the Qantas Foreign Sub-Register exceed 49%, the Qantas Constitution contains provisions to notify those foreign shareholders. Should such a Notice be required to be sent, it results in the registered holder of the offending shares not being entitled to vote the shares at a meeting of shareholders and it may lead to the disposal of those shares.
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)
The Qantas Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) was reinstated and is operational for future dividends. At the time of announcing any future dividend to the ASX, Qantas will disclose the applicable discount rate and whether the shares are to be issued or purchased on-market. Election to participate in the DRP can be effected by completing
DRP Application or Variation form and lodging it with Qantas Share Registry, Link Market Services, no later than the record date for any dividend payable in the future.
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Analysts covering Qantas*
|Commonwealth Bank||Matthew Crowe|
|Credit Suisse||To be announced|
|Deutsche Bank||Cameron McDonald|
|Goldman Sachs JBWere||Andrew Gibson|
|JP Morgan||Scott J Carroll|
|Merrill Lynch||Matthew Spence|
|Moelis & Company||Simon Fitzgerald|
|Morgan Stanley||Scott Kelly|