Registrar contact information
For any questions or enquiries relating to your shareholding not answered by the “Frequently asked questions”, or to advise the registrar of a name or address change, to check dividend payments or request shareholder certificates, the registrar can be contacted at:
Computershare Investor Services PLC
The Pavilions, Bridgwater Road
Bristol, BS13 8AE
United Kingdom Telephone:
Tel: +44(0) 370 707 1221
Fax: +44(0) 370 703 6101
Frequently asked questions
Please see below for responses to frequently asked questions.
Can I have payments paid direct into my bank or building society account?
I arranged to have my payments paid into my bank/building society account but I have now changed the account - what should I do?
When will you announce your next results?
How do I buy and sell shares?
Where can I get an annual report?
Where are PZ Cussons plc shares traded?
When is the next Annual General Meeting?
What should I do with my share certificate?
How can I find out the current share price?
What should I do if I move house?
What should I do if I change my name?
I have lost my share certificate – what do I need to do?
What are the procedures if a shareholder has passed away?
If the value of the deceased’s estate is below certain limits, the death can be registered using the small estates procedure, which is less complex. Details of the current limits and the procedure involved can be obtained from the Registrar.
If the shares were held jointly by the deceased and another person, a copy of the death certificate is required. The shares will then be registered in the name(s) of the surviving holder(s), and the relevant share certificates will be amended to reflect this.
I have lost the cheque relating to my last payment - can I get a replacement?
I have heard about boiler room scams. What are they and how can I tell if an unsolicited call is genuine?
Boiler rooms use increasingly sophisticated means to approach investors offering to buy or sell shares in a way that will give investors a huge return. But in the end, victims are often left out of pocket – sometimes losing all of their savings or even their family home.
The Financial Conduct Authority reports that victims of boiler rooms lose an average of £20,000 to these scams, with as much as £200m being lost in the UK each year. Even seasoned investors have been caught out, with the biggest individual loss recorded by the police being £6m.
REMEMBER: IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IT PROBABLY IS!
Find out more about how to protect yourself from share fraud and boiler rooms.
Reports & presentations
Annual Report 2020
We have a portfolio of leading brands in mature and emerging markets that have potential for future growth. Read more in PZ Cussons latest annual report.