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1. Can I get the annual report and interim report sent to me directly rather than through my broker?
2. How do I contact the appropriate person at the Registrars?
3. Is this a good time to buy/sell Dialight shares?
4. I have questions about tax on my shares. To whom should I direct them?
5. How do I register the death of a shareholder?
6. I've lost my share certificate. Can I get a new one?
7. I've lost a dividend cheque. Can I get a new one?
8. I want to transfer my shares.
9. Can I transfer shares to a child?


1. Can I get the annual report and interim report sent to me directly rather than through my broker?
Yes. Please contact the Company Secretary's office



2. How do I contact the appropriate person at the Registrars?

For all enquiries concerning shares and/or dividends, in the first instance please contact the Registrars who offer a range of shareholder information.

If you need to talk to Dialight directly, contact the Company Secretary's office.



3. Is this a good time to buy/sell Dialight shares?

Under the Financial Services and Markets Act, we are not authorised to provide advice to investors on share dealing. For advice on dealing, please contact your stockbroker or independent financial adviser.



4. I have questions about tax on my shares. To whom should I direct them?

Your financial adviser (e.g. stockbroker or accountant).



5. How do I register the death of a shareholder?

Managing an Estate of a deceased shareholder is a two stage process; Notification and Registration.

Notification of Death

On instruction, notification of a shareholder's death can be applied to a shareholding. This will enable us to place a temporary restriction on the register.

Registration of Death

Formal registration of the shareholder's death is then required to enable the appointed legal representative(s) to sell or transfer the shares as appropriate. The death can be registered by either using the Small Estates service or by providing the Grant of Representation.

For further details, please contact the Registrars.



6. I've lost my share certificate. Can I get a new one?

If a share certificate has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you should contact the Registrars by phone or in writing. A restriction will be placed on the certificate(s) to prevent these from being used fraudulently. You will need to advise on any certificate(s) you still hold so that the missing share certificate(s) can be identified.



7. I've lost a dividend cheque. Can I get a new one?

If you have lost your dividend cheque, have an out-of-date payment or have a query regarding a dividend payment, please contact the Registrars who can assist you with obtaining a replacement.



8. I want to transfer my shares.

To arrange the transfer of ownership, you will need to complete a stock transfer form and return this together with your share certificate(s) to the Registrars. For further information and to obtain a stock transfer form, please contact the Registrars



9. Can I transfer shares to a child?

It is usually possible to transfer shares to someone below the age of eighteen (or sixteen if the company is registered in Scotland) but you should note that this can lead to complications: for example, dividends will be paid only in the name of the shareholder and if you subsequently wish to transfer shares held in the name of a minor, you will need a court order.

Alternatively, you can continue to hold shares in your name on behalf of the minor, segregating them from other shares you may hold by adding a 'designation'. This is a short identifier, usually a few letters long that marks the shares on our records as a separate holding. You can do this by filling in a stock transfer form, completing the form with your name as both transferor and transferee and specifying a designation in the transferee details. When choosing a designation, you must avoid using names and recognisable phrases.

For further details, please contact the Registrars.



 
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