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When is Infratil's Annual Meeting?

The Annual Meeting of shareholders is held in August. 

When is Infratil's annual result announced?

Infratil's full year results are announced in May.  The webcast and materials are made available here

When is Infratil's interim result announced?

Infratil's interim result is announced in November. The webcast and materials are made available here

How do I advise Infratil of a change of address or bank account details?

Investors should address questions relating to dividends, Interest payments, statements or changes of address to Infratil’s share & bond registrar, Link Market Services Limited.

Please contact the share registry, Link Market Services New Zealand +64 (9) 375 5998. 

Email Address: enquiries@linkmarketservices.co.nz

To view your investment portfolio including transactions, supplying your e-mail address for electronic communication, changing your address, and updating your payment instructions please visit:

What is the NZX code for Infratil and where can I obtain share price information?

The New Zealand Exchange code for Infratil is IFT. Please click here for price information from the New Zealand Exchange.

What is the ASX code for Infratil and where can I obtain share price information?

The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) code for Infratil is IFT. Please click here for price information from the ASX.

How do I obtain previous annual reports or updates on Infratil?

Please email: info@infratil.com if require printed copies of prior year annual reports. All annual and interim reports are available here

Earlier reports are available to download from the following links

Infratil Annual Report Year ended 31 March 2012
Infratil Financial Statements Year ended 31 March 2012
Infratil Annual Report Year ended 31 March 2011 (7MB)
Infratil Financial Statements Year ended 31 March 2011 (5MB)
Infratil Annual Report Year ended 31 March 2010 (4MB)
Infratil Financial Statements Year ended 31 March 2010

All Infratil Updates are available on this site under Company Reports

Why did the share and IFTWB Warrant price halve on 8 June 2007?

Infratil completed a share and warrant (only of the IFTWB series) split with effect from 8 June 2007. All shareholders on the record at 5 pm on 7 June 2007 had their shares split in two. A shareholder with 1,000 shares now had 2,000 shares and the market share price adjusted by approximately halving leaving the overall value approximately the same.

All IFTWB warrantholders on the record at 5 pm on 7 June 2007 had their IFTWB Warrants split in two and the Exercise Price halved from $3.50 per Warrant to $1.75 per Warrant. An IFTWB Warrantholder with 1,000 IFTWB Warrants with an aggregate Exercise Price of $3,500 now had 2,000 IFTWB Warrants but still with an aggregate Exercise Price of $3,500. This IFTWB Warrant split caused the market IFTWB Warrant price to adjust by approximately halving leaving the overall value approximately the same. Subsequently and as a result of the 1:5 rights issue for the instalment shares, the Exercise Price for the IFTWB Warrants reduced to $1.62 per Warrant.

The IFTWC Warrants were issued after this split, so their terms and market price were unaffected.

What other securities does Infratil have on issue?

Infratil has ten series of Infrastructure Bonds on issue. Please click on the NZX codes below for current price information on these Bonds:

  • IFT090 15/02/20 8.5% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT180 15/11/18 6.85% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT190 15/06/22 6.85% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT200 15/11/19 6.75% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT210 15/09/23 5.25% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT220 15/06/21 4.90% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT230 15/06/24 5.50% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT240 15/12/22 5.65% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFT250 15/06/25 6.15% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds
  • IFTHA Perpetual 3.50% - Infratil Limited Infrastructure Bonds

What is Infratil's dividend policy?

Infratil's Board determines dividends having regard to the overall financial position of Infratil, the total net surplus for the relevant period and the need to ensure that imputation credits are passed to shareholders. It is Infratil's policy not to pay unimputed dividends as this could give rise to shareholders being obliged to pay additional tax.

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