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Inchcape PLC

John Menzies plc

Kingfisher plc

 

 

Inchcape PLC

 
In April 2009, qualifying shareholders in Inchcape plc were offered the opportunity
to purchase further shares as part of a Company Rights Issue. The terms for this event were an entitlement to purchase 9 new shares for every 1 held at a price of £0.06. Rights Issue shares which were not taken up by shareholders subsequently lapsed and were sold on the market, realising a price of £0.16467 (after costs) per share giving a return to entitled shareholders of £0.10467 pence per share. This is known as a Sale of Rights payment.
 
Georgeson has been appointed to locate and contact holders who have not claimed their entitlement for this payment, as well as additional potential dividends payments and shares in Inchcape plc.
 
We are also pleased to offer a low cost share dealing facility, should a holder wish to sell their Inchcape shares. Please note, to sell your shares, you need to be resident in one of the Permitted Territories in which this programme is offered. If resident outside of one of the Permitted Territories, you will be able to claim the cash due to you but Georgeson will not be able to trade your shares. Click here for a list of all of the Permitted Territories and click here for the Georgeson dealing terms and conditions.
 
 
For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.
 
 

 

Independent British Healthcare PLC

 
In January 1998, Community Hospitals Group completed the compulsory acquisition of Independent British Healthcare. Under the terms of the offer, shareholders received 7 new shares in Community Hospitals and £82.66 for every 100 ordinary shares held in Independent British Healthcare.
 
In May 2001, Capio UK PLC completed the compulsory acquisition of Community Hospitals Group. Under the terms of the offer, shareholders received 653p per ordinary share held in Community Hospitals Group.
 
In 2007 Capio was acquired by Ramsay Health Care.
 
Georgeson has been appointed to locate and contact former shareholders of Independent British Healthcare and Community Hospitals Group who have not yet claimed the cash due to them and offer them the opportunity to claim their entitlement before they are paid to court in December 2013.
 
For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.
 
 

 

International Airlines Group (IAG)

 
Please note that this programme is now closed. Should you have any queries relating to your shares, please contact Computershare Investor Services PLC direct on 0370 702 0000.
 

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IWP International Plc - in members' voluntary liquidisation

As a result of a company restructuring IWP International Plc was delisted from the Dublin and London Stock Exchanges in March 2006.
 
Shareholders voted at a General Meeting on 21st December 2011 to place the company in Members Voluntary Liquidation, passing the following resolution:
 
“That the Company be and is hereby wound up voluntarily as a Members’ Voluntary Winding Up and that Mr Ian James Gould and Mr Brian James Hamblin of PKF (UK) LLP, New Guild House, 45 Great Charles Street, Queensway, Birmingham, B3 2LX, England be and are hereby appointed Joint Liquidators of the Company for the purpose of such winding up and that the said Liquidators be and are hereby authorised in accordance with the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company to distribute among the members in specie the whole or any part of the assets of the Company and are empowered to act jointly and severally in all matters.”
 
Please note that on 29th March 2013, the business of PKF (UK) LLP was transferred to BDO LLP. It is confirmed that there has been no change to the Insolvency Practitioner appointed to deal with this matter.
 
Georgeson has been appointed to update shareholder details so that outstanding dividend payments can be made.
 
For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.

 

 


 

John Menzies plc

 

Georgeson has been appointed to reunite shareholders of John Menzies plc with their unclaimed dividends.

 

We are contacting shareholders to confirm their address and ensure that they are the correct beneficiary to enable payment to be reissued. We will then arrange for the share register to be updated with the correct address details so that future payments will be received. We also provide a share dealing service if a request is made for the sale of shares.

 

For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.

 

 


 

 

Kingfisher plc

 

Georgeson has been appointed to reunite shareholders of Kingfisher plc with their unclaimed dividends.

 

We are contacting shareholders to confirm their address and ensure that they are the correct beneficiary to enable payment to be reissued. We will then arrange for the share register to be updated with the correct address details, so that future payments will be received. We also provide a share dealing service if a request is made for the sale of shares.

 

For further information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.