These terms and conditions relate to the use by you of InvestorVote whether through a desktop or mobile platform. Before accessing the InvestorVote site, you must agree to be bound by these terms and conditions of use.

THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE LEGALLY BINDING. PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY.

Through InvestorVote you will be able to electronically (where applicable):
  • Appoint an individual, body corporate or the Chairman of the Meeting as your proxy;
  • Appoint a second proxy;
  • Specify how you wish your proxy to vote on items of business at the meeting;
  • Provide a voting instruction to a trustee of a plan to vote on your behalf;
  • Provide a voting instruction to CHESS Depositary Nominees Pty Ltd to vote on your behalf; or
  • Vote directly without having to attend the meeting or appoint a proxy,
in relation to your holdings of securities where the register of holders of those securities is maintained by Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited ABN 48 078 279 277 ('Computershare').

Prior to accessing InvestorVote you will need to enter the Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) and postcode for Australian registered securityholders (or domicile code for overseas registered securityholders) for each of the holdings that you wish to electronically lodge a proxy appointment, direct voting instruction, Chess Depositary Interest (CDI) voting instruction or a trustee voting instruction for.

When you use InvestorVote, Computershare will take reasonable care to facilitate the recording of that information against the securityholding nominated by you. However, Computershare does not guarantee that the lodgment of any proxy appointment, direct voting instruction, CDI voting instruction or trustee voting instruction can be effected electronically. In particular, Computershare is not responsible for ensuring that the electronic lodgment of any proxy appointment, direct voting instruction, CDI voting instruction or trustee voting instruction has been completed effectively.

Privacy Collection Notice

We collect the personal information you provide us in order to enable us to provide you with registry and related services, inform you of our other products and services, perform administrative and operational functions and prevent fraud or crime or where otherwise required or authorised by law.

In addition, the issuer of your securityholding may authorise us on their behalf to send you marketing material or include such material in a corporate communication. We may be required to collect your personal information under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and ASX Settlement Operating Rules. We may disclose your personal information to our related bodies corporate and to other individuals or companies who assist us in supplying our services or who perform functions on our behalf, to issuers for whom we maintain securities registers or to third parties upon direction by the issuer where related to the issuers administration of the securityholding, or where you have otherwise agreed we may disclose it. Some of these recipients may be located outside Australia, including in the following countries: Canada, India, New Zealand, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

For further details, including how to access and correct your personal information, and information on our privacy complaints handling procedure, please contact our Privacy Officer at privacy@computershare.com.au or see our Privacy Policy here

Warranties, Confirmations and Undertakings

In accepting these terms and conditions you will be deemed to have given the following warranties, confirmations and undertakings:
  1. You agree to use InvestorVote to lodge your proxy appointment, direct voting instruction, CDI voting instruction or trustee voting instruction electronically.
  2. You have received either electronically or in paper format a notice of meeting, proxy form, direct voting form, CDI voting instruction form, trustee notice of direction (or trustee voting instruction) form, chairman's letter to securityholders, annual report, and any other applicable documents in relation to the meeting for which you wish to lodge a proxy appointment or voting instruction.
  3. You understand that requirements in relation to proxy appointment forms, direct voting forms, CDI voting instruction forms and trustee notice of direction (or trustee voting instruction) forms are determined by the Corporations Act 2001, ASX Listing Rules and the Issuer of the securities.
  4. When you use InvestorVote in respect of a securityholding, you warrant that you are either the securityholder or that you have been duly authorised by the securityholder to act on their behalf in using InvestorVote and you agree to indemnify Computershare from all liabilities (whether actual, contingent or prospective), losses, damages, costs and expenses (including legal expenses on a full indemnity basis) of whatever description which Computershare suffers or incurs by reason of a breach of the above warranty.
  5. When you use InvestorVote in respect of a securityholding that is in joint names, you warrant that you are:
    • One of the named joint holders and that you have obtained the consent of all of the other joint holders to act on their behalf in respect of the securityholding in using InvestorVote; or
    • Not one of the named joint holders, but you have been authorised by all of the joint holders to act on their behalf in respect of the securityholding in using InvestorVote, and you agree to indemnify Computershare from all liabilities (whether actual, contingent or prospective), losses, damages, costs and expenses (including legal expenses on a full indemnity basis) of whatever description which Computershare suffers or incurs by reason of a breach of the above warranty.
  6. When you use InvestorVote in respect of a securityholding that is in the name of a company, you warrant that you have been duly authorised by the directors of that company to act on its behalf and you agree to indemnify Computershare from all liabilities (whether actual, contingent or prospective), losses, damages, costs and expenses (including legal expenses on a full indemnity basis) of whatever description which Computershare suffers or incurs by reason of a breach of the above warranty.
  7. You agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy found here
  8. You have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions and access to InvestorVote indicates your acceptance of these terms and conditions.
Computershare may at any time vary the terms and conditions by publishing the varied terms and conditions on the InvestorVote site. You accept that by doing this, Computershare has provided you with sufficient notice of the variation. Computershare reserves any rights not expressly granted in these terms and conditions.

Interpretation, Validity and Governing Law

Headings are for convenience only and do not affect interpretation. The singular includes the plural and vice versa. In the event that any part of these terms and conditions is not legally enforceable, the remaining terms and conditions shall not be affected and shall remain valid and enforceable.

These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law applicable in Victoria. You agree that in the event of a dispute the courts of Victoria shall have jurisdiction.