(Last updated 5 November 2018)
The following information is being disclosed for the purposes of AIM Rule 26.
Description of Company’s Business: Company Profile
Company Directors: Board of Directors
Corporate Governance: Corporate Governance Section
Country of Incorporation: Australia
Main Country of Operation: Australia and India
Shareholders Rights: The rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company. Shareholders should refer to the company’s constitutional documents (see below) for further details.
Company Constitution: Constitution
Other Stock Exchanges: Oilex Ltd is also listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Capital Structure: Shareholder Information
||% of issued Capital
|Republic Investment Management Pte Ltd*
|Rock (Nominees) Limited (CSHNET)
|Zeta Resources Limited*
|Magna Energy Limited*
|Barclays Direct Investing Nominees Limited <CLIENT1>
|Interactive Investor Services Nominees Limited <SMKTNOMS>
|Interactive Investor Services Nominees Limited <SMKTISAS>
| *As per most recent Form 603 or 604 received by Oilex
|Total issued shares as at 5 November 2018
The percentage of securities not in public hands is 1.06%.
Restrictions on Trading of AIM Securities: There are currently no restrictions on any of the AIM securities of Oilex Ltd.
Annual, Half Yearly and Quarterly Reports: Annual, Half Yearly and Quarterly Reports
Company Announcements: ASX Announcements
AIM Admission Document: Download PDF
Corporate Directory: Corporate Directory
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As an ASX listed company, any potential takeover of the Company would be subject to the takeover provision of chapter 6 of the Australian Corporations Act 2001. The Company is not subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers (The Code). Whilst the regime governing takeovers under the Corporations Act 2001 provides certain safeguards to Shareholders, Shareholders will not receive the full protection that the Code affords including the supervision and scrutiny of in the UK, of The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers. To view details of the key terms of the takeover provisions which apply to the Company please click here.
Oilex Ltd has established a corporate governance framework, and supports and applies the ASX Corporate Governance Council's Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations 3rd edition (Principles & Recommendations). To view the Company’s compliance with the Principles & Recommendations please click here.
The Corporate Governance Statement details how the Company complies with this corporate governance code, and is reviewed and approved by the Board annually, as it is released with the Financial Report.