All inquiries regarding shareholding, dividends, lost share certificates or changes of address should be directed to:
Telephone: 0871 384 2302* or +44 121 415 7047 if calling from outside of the United Kingdom.
*Calls cost 8p per minute plus network extras. Lines are open Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm, excluding bank holidays.
You can buy and sell shares through a stock broker, bank or building society or by using the low-cost sharedealing services.
You can attend the Annual General Meeting as a holder of 'A' Ordinary Non-Voting shares but you may not vote as a holder of these shares. Only Ordinary shareholders may vote.
A 'live' feed with a 20 minute delay, and detailed DMGT shareprice history, is available on the home, investor relations and shareholder services pages on this website.
Information about company Annual General Meetings can be found on the AGM information page.
You can either download a copy of the annual report on the reports and presentations page, or request a hard copy to be sent to you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equiniti operate Shareview, a free online service that enables shareholders to check their DMGT shareholdings, other related information and to register to receive email notification of the release of the Interim and Annual Reports.
It also offers practical help on matters such as transferring shares or updating your own details. There are also pages to register your voting instruction for the Annual General Meeting.
DMGT is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
Information on important events and financial announcements can be found on the financial calendar.
Information on dividend payment dates can be found on the financial calendar.
In the UK, DMGT supports ShareGift, which is administered by the Orr MacKintosh Foundation (registered charity number 1052686) and which operates a charity share donation scheme for shareholders wishing to give small holdings of shares to benefit charitable causes. It may be especially useful for those who wish to dispose of a small parcel of shares which would cost more to sell than they are worth. There are no capital gains tax implications (i.e. no gain or loss) on gifts of shares to charity and it is also possible to obtain income tax relief.
If you would like to use ShareGift or receive more information about the scheme, they can be contacted by visiting www.sharegift.org or by writing to:
17 Carlton House Terrace
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7930 3737