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Dividend Reinvestment Plan
A copy of our Dividend Reinvestment Plan can be found below:
Shareholders can elect to participate in the Dividend Reinvestment Plan or amend their participation details through our share registrar, Link Market Services.
Please note that the Dividend Reinvestment Plan is currently only available to residents of Australia, New Zealand and the Norfolk Islands.
Annual General Meeting
2023 Annual General Meeting
The 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of AUI will be held as a hybrid meeting on 18 October 2023 at 11.00am.
The AGM will be held at:
Evans and Partners,
Mayfair Building, 171 Collins Street
MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Virtual attendees can access meeting on the day at meetings.linkgroup.com/AUI23.
2023 AGM documents
Recent legislative changes to the Corporations Act 2001 effective 1 April 2022 means there are new options available to you as a securityholder as to how you elect to receive your communications. We will no longer send you physical meeting documents unless you request a copy to be mailed.
We encourage you to provide your email address so we can communicate with you electronically when securityholder notices become available online for such items as meeting documents, dividend statements and annual reports. You can make a standing election to receive some or all of your securityholder communications in physical or electronic form.
To review or update your current communication preference simply logon to our share registry’s website investorcentre.linkmarketservices.com.au. You will need your portfolio log in details or your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) and select the Communications tab at the top of the page.
If at any time you require an additional copy of a communication, or you need more information about the options available to you, please contact Link Market Services via LMSComms@linkmarketservices.com.au.
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Frequently Asked Questions
AUI does not receive money directly from investors. Shares in AUI are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX Code: AUI). To purchase shares in AUI, you will need to engage a broker or online share trading account provider in the country that you reside in. For guidance on finding a broker or adviser go to https://www2.asx.com.au/investors/start-investing/find-a-broker-adviser.
Once you have purchased AUI shares, you will receive a New Shareholder Pack from Link Market Services, our share registrar. It will include details of your Shareholder Reference Number or Holder Identification Number. This reference number allows you to assess your shareholder information and maintain your personal details, payment instructions, Tax File Number or Australian Business Number, communication and investment preferences.
AUI invests in a portfolio of approximately 40 Australian listed companies and trusts, many of which rank in the top 200 entities by market capitalisation on the ASX. The top 25 holdings in the portfolio make up around 90% of the total investment portfolio.
A list of these 25 holdings can be found in the monthly Net Tangible Asset (NTA) backing results announcements to the ASX. Historical NTA announcements can be accessed here.
AUI includes its full investment portfolio in its Annual Report. A copy of the most recent Annual Report can be accessed here.
AUI does not charge entry or exit fees when shareholders acquire or dispose of their holdings. There are no portfolio performance fees.
Brokerage costs will typically be incurred when buying or selling shares through a broker.
The cost of running AUI is paid out of revenue generation as is known as the Management Expense Ratio (MER). AUI’s MER for the financial year ended 30 June 2023 was 0.10%.
AUI pays dividends to its shareholders from the income and profit generated by its investment portfolio.
The amount of each dividend will fluctuate depending on the value and timing of dividends that are paid to AUI from the companies and trusts in its portfolio. The level of franking on dividends paid is not fixed, but AUI has a long history of paying fully franked dividends and it is a key objective of AUI to maximise the franked component on dividends paid when possible.
AUI does not provide guidance on future dividend expectations. Refer to Dividend History to see AUI’s dividend history since 1987.
AUI offers a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) where shareholders can reinvest their dividends without incurring brokerage costs. Details of the DRP can be viewed here.
To participate in the DRP, select the investment plan options using our share registry’s online portal through the Link Market Services Investor Centre [www.linkmarketservices.com.au].
You can review your shareholding online by visiting Link Market Services www.linkmarketservices.com.au. You will need your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) if your holding is issuer sponsored or your Holder Identification Number (HIN) if your holding is broker sponsored.