The AGM is an important opportunity for shareholders to interact and hear from the Board and CEO about Challenger’s progress and plans for the future. It is also an opportunity to share your views and vote on the items of business. We encourage shareholders to participate in the AGM.
You can attend the AGM in person at:
The Lyceum Room
Wesley Conference Centre
220 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Registration will be available from 9.00am (Sydney time). If you have a smartphone, please bring it with you in order to vote during the meeting. If you do not have a smartphone, other options will be available for you to vote during the meeting.
You can watch and participate in the AGM via the Computershare meeting platform using either a computer or mobile device.
Online registration will open from 9.00am (Sydney time) on the day of the meeting.
You will need the following information to participate in the AGM:
- the meeting link for Challenger’s AGM is https://meetnow.global/MHCZ744;
- your username, which is your SRN/HIN; and
- your password is your postcode registered on your holding if you are an Australian shareholder. Overseas shareholders should use the country of their registered address as their password.
You can view the meeting live, ask written or oral questions and cast votes when prompted during the meeting.
Please ensure your browser is compatible. For further information regarding participating in the AGM online, including browser requirements, please refer to the AGM Online Meeting Guide.
As an alternative to attending the meeting in person or online, you can appoint a proxy to attend the meeting and vote on your behalf.
To participate in the AGM online, appointed proxies will need a unique username and password.
Proxyholders will need to obtain their unique username and password by contacting Computershare Investor Services on +61 3 9415 4024 during the online registration period which will open at 9.00am (Sydney time), half an hour before the start of the meeting.
Further information regarding participating in the AGM online, including browser requirements, are detailed in the: