INVESTOR RELATIONS POLICY
The Company is committed to providing timely, full and accurate disclosure and distributing corporate communication materials in accordance with the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance.
All disclosures submitted to the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (“SGX-ST”) through SGXNET will be made available on the Company’s corporate website.
All disclosures are also subject to regular review by the senior management and board of directors of the Company (the “Board”).
The Company adopts an open and non-discriminatory approach in regard to our shareholder’s rights.
The Company would facilitate the opportunity for Shareholders to participate effectively in and vote at general meetings of Shareholders. The shareholders would also be briefed on the voting procedures and the resolutions that they are voting on.
The Company would allow corporations which provide nominee or custodial services to appoint more than two proxies so that Shareholders who hold shares through such corporations can attend and participate in general meetings as proxies.
Principles of Communications
The Company strives to provide pertinent and accurate information to our shareholders and the investment community in an effective and timely manner.
The Company will establish and maintain regular dialogue with shareholders, to solicit and understand the views of the shareholders.
The Company does not respond to rumors. However, if rumors indicate that material information has been leaked or they are in fact false or inaccurate, the rumors will be promptly denied or clarified via announcements made through SGXNET to SGX-ST.
The Company observes a ‘prohibition period’ of two weeks prior to the announcement of its quarterly results and one month prior to the announcement of its full-year results. During this period, the Company does not comment on industry outlook, the Group’s business performance, and financial results.
Methods of Communication
The Company actively engages its shareholders and the investment community via:
• Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) and Extraordinary Meeting (“EGM”) if necessary;
• Financial results announced via SGXNET to SGX-ST and posted on the Company’s corporate website;
• Annual reports;
• News releases and statements;
• Corporate website
The Company’s AGMs are the principal communication channels with its shareholders and for shareholders’ participation.
All shareholders are sent a copy of the notice of AGM prior to the AGM. As and when an EGM of the shareholder is held, each shareholder will be sent a copy of a circular with notice of EGM containing details of the matters to be proposed for the shareholders’ consideration and approval.
Notices for the general meetings setting out all items of business to be transacted at the general meeting are also announced via SGXNET to SGX-ST.
Members of the Board, the Company’s senior management and the external auditors of the Company are in attendance at all general meetings to address shareholders’ queries. Shareholders are given the opportunity to communicate their views on various matters affecting the Company. A shareholder is allowed to appoint up to two proxies to attend and vote at the general meetings in his/her stead.
The Company supports voting by poll at all general meetings and the poll results are announced via SGXNET to SGX-ST on the same day of each shareholders’ meeting
The Company maintains a corporate website (http:///www.amplefield.com). The Company’s business developments and operations, financial reports, announcements, and other information are posted on its corporate website. Both current information and archives of previously released information can be found under the “Investor Relations” section of the corporate website.
Shareholders can contact our offices as follows:
Unit A-15-1, AmpleWest@Menara 6,
No 6 Jalan P. Ramlee
50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shareholders and the investment community can contact the Company by email at email@example.com
The Company recognizes the importance of shareholders’ privacy and will not disclose Shareholders’ information without their consent unless required by law. The Company sets out how it deals with shareholders’ personal data in its Personal Data Protection Policy, found on its corporate website.