Share registration enquiries
Please contact the Company’s share registrar, Computershare, for all private share registration enquiries:
Computershare Investor Services PLC
PO Box 82
BS99 6ZZ, UK
+44 (0)370 703 6242
Internet share dealing
This service provides shareholders with an easy way to buy or sell the Company’s Ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange. The commission is 1.0%, subject to a minimum charge of £30. In addition, stamp duty, currently 0.5%, is payable on purchases. Real-time dealing is available during market hours. In addition, there is a convenient facility to place your order outside of market hours.
Up to 90-day limit orders are available for sales. Before you can trade you will need to register for the service. To access the service, log on to www.computershare.com/dealing/uk.
Shareholders should have their Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) available. The SRN appears on share certificates as it will be required as part of the registration process. A bank debit card will be required for purchases.
Telephone share dealing
The commission is 1%, plus a charge of £35. In addition, stamp duty, currently 0.5%, is payable on purchases. The service is available from 8.00am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays, on telephone number 0370 703 0084. Before you trade you will need to register for this service. This can be done by going online at www.computershare.trade. Shareholders should have their SRN ready when making the call. The SRN appears on share certificates. A bank debit card will be required for purchases.
Please note that due to the regulations in the UK, Computershare is required to check that you have read and accepted the Terms & Conditions before being able to trade, which could delay your first telephone trade. If you wish to trade quickly, we suggest visiting its website and registering online first.
A change of name form is available to download from Investor Centre. The completed form should be sent to Computershare Investor Services PLC, together with your share certificate and copy of the relevant document, e.g. marriage certificate or change of name deed.
You should notify Computershare Investor Services PLC, either in writing or by telephone, that you have mislaid your certificate(s) so that a restriction can be placed on the holding in case of any attempted fraud. You will then be sent a letter of indemnity, which must be completed and returned to Computershare Investor Services PLC so that a replacement certificate can be issued. There is a charge for this service.
Investors normally buy or sell shares through a stockbroker, bank, building society or a share dealing service.
Hurricane Energy plc has established a share dealing service for shareholders with Computershare Investor Services PLC for the sale and purchase of shares in Hurricane Energy plc. To view more information on the service, please access the Computershare site and select Hurricane Energy plc from the drop-down menu on the page.
This is probably because Computershare Investor Services PLC is holding two (or more) accounts for you on the share register arising from inconsistencies in your name and address details. You should notify them in writing confirming that the different registration details relate to one and the same person, quoting both account details, and they will amalgamate the holdings.
Yes, if your certificated holding is represented by two or more share certificates you may wish to have these replaced by one consolidated certificate. However there is a small charge for this service. You should send your certificates with a letter of instruction to Computershare Investor Services PLC.
Please advise Computershare Investor Services PLC as soon as possible and they will explain what has to be done.
You can view your share balance and history at Computershare Investor Services PLC Investor Centre. You will require your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) to access this information or alternatively you can write to Computershare Investor Services PLC.