Frequently Asked Questions
Mirvac presents these questions and answers to securityholders as general information about their investment only. Mirvac does not give investment advice.
What Is A Stapled Security?
Can Mirvac Sell My Securities For Me?
When Are Distributions Paid?
How Can I Have My Distributions Paid?
Cash distribution payments will only be made by direct credit to securityholders with registered addresses in Australia or New Zealand in either Australian or New Zealand dollars, determined by your domicile or the payment instructions you provide. If you have a registered address in Australia or New Zealand and the share registry, Link Market Services, does not receive your instructions in relation to your preferred payment method for your distribution payments then your payment will be withheld by Link Market Services until such time as you provide your instructions to them. Securityholders with registered addresses outside of Australia or New Zealand will receive their distribution payment by cheque. From time to time Mirvac offers the opportunity for its securityholders to reinvest their distribution income into more Mirvac securities via a Distribution Reinvestment Plan (“DRP” or “Plan”). Mirvac’s DRP provides eligible holders of Mirvac securities with a convenient method to reinvest some or all of their dividends and income distributions in additional Mirvac securities without incurring brokerage or other transaction costs. The Mirvac Group DRP is currently suspended. For more information about your distribution payments, please contact the share registry, Link Market Services, on 1800 356 444.
How Can I Obtain A Copy Of The Financial Reports?
How Do I Change My Investment Details, Eg Name, Address, Method Of Payment, TFN, ABN Or Exemption?
You can provide and/or update your holding details through a portfolio login on Link’s investor centre. 1. Go to the Securityholder Login section: 2. Log in by using your holding details which are provided on your holding statement you have received from Mirvac. You will need your: -holder identifier (this is an 11 digit number commencing with an “I” or “X”); and -your registered postcode 3. Once you have validated the details above and pass the CAPTCHA you will be asked to register a portfolio. 4. To register, please follow the prompts to provide your Name, email address and mobile. You will then need to create a password, a security question, and a security answer. (If you have previously registered it will prompt you to login) 5. After you submit the above, you will receive an email to the registered email provided in step 4 above. Please click on the confirmation link in the email and enter the password you created. 6. Once the above is validated, you will be able to view your Mirvac securities. To update details please select a relevant option from the blue menu bar at the top of the page. If you are having trouble logging in to the Link website or accessing your Mirvac securityholding, please contact the Mirvac information line on 1800 356 444 any time between 8:30am and 5:30pm (Sydney time), Monday to Friday. Please note if you have a CHESS holding (a holding begin with an “X”) and wish to update your address and name you will need to contact your sponsoring broker.
How do I contact the Registry?
The contact details for Mirvac’s Registrar, Link Market Services Limited, are:
Link Market Services Limited
Locked Bag A14
Sydney South NSW 1235
Facsimile: +61 2 9287 0303
Securityholder enquiries: +61 1800 356 444
Investor centre: www.linkmarketservices.com.au
How do I find out the price of my Mirvac securities?
When Will I Receive My Annual Taxation Statement?
Is My Annual Taxation Statement Available Online?
Yes, you can access your statement online. Visit Securityholder login to view and print your statement.
What Are Apportionment Percentages?
What Is The ASX Code For Mirvac Group?
Where Can I Find Historical Information?
Who Do I Contact About My Investment In Mirvac?
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