Why go digital?
  • Access to instant content
  • Money saved on printing and postage helps us lower our costs
  • Reduces our carbon footprint and saves paper
Why do we offer electronic shareholder communications?

Legislation has been introduced to enable all companies to communicate with their shareholders electronically. This means information about the Company can be received by shareholders quickly and more cost effectively, resulting in environmental benefits through the reduction in print volumes.

What computer equipment do I need to receive electronic shareholder communications?

You will need a computer linked to the Internet, an email account, a web browser (such as the one you are using to read this page) and a PDF reader. The PDF reader is necessary because many of our electronic communications are downloaded in a PDF format to enable easy printing.

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free.

How will I know when to look for new information?

Each time the we issue a shareholder communication you will be sent an email alert containing a link to the relevant documents on our website.

What if I want to continue receiving printed documents?

If you want to continue to receive printed documents (such as the Annual report and accounts, Notice of Meeting and Proxy) then you need take no action.

Register for electronic communication now

You can request to receive all future communications electronically through our share portal, a secure internet-based platform provided by our registrar, Link Asset Services. Log in to the portal at www.kcom-shares.com and then you need to select the ‘ECommunications’ button.

If you change your mind about how you receive documentation from us, please contact our registrars, Link Asset Services (link here to registrar contact page).

Why go digital?

Access to instant content

Access to instant content.

Money saved

Money saved on printing and postage helps us lower our costs.

Reduce our carbon footprint

Reduces our carbon footprint and saves paper.

Why do we offer electronic shareholder communications?

Legislation has been introduced to enable all companies to communicate with their shareholders electronically. This means information about the Company can be received by shareholders quickly and more cost effectively, resulting in environmental benefits through the reduction in print volumes.

Why do we offer electronic shareholder communications?
What computer equipment do I need to receive electronic shareholder communications?

What computer equipment do I need to receive electronic shareholder communications?

You will need a computer linked to the Internet, an email account, a web browser (such as the one you are using to read this page) and a PDF reader. The PDF reader is necessary because many of our electronic communications are downloaded in a PDF format to enable easy printing.

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free.

How will I know when to look for new information?

Each time the we issue a shareholder communication you will be sent an email with a link to the relevant documents on our website.

How will I know when to look for new information?
What if I want to continue receiving printed documents?

What if I want to continue receiving printed documents?

If you want to continue to receive printed documents (such as the Annual report and accounts, Notice of Meeting and Proxy) then you don't need to do anything.

Register for electronic communication

You can request to receive all future communications electronically through our share portal. Log in to the portal at www.kcom-shares.com and then you need to select the ‘ECommunications’ button.

If you change your mind about how you receive documentation from us, please contact our registrars, Link Asset Services 

Register for electronic communication now

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Glossary

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Tax strategy

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