The following information is disclosed in accordance with Rule 26 of the AIM Rules and was last updated on 4 October 2017.
Description of the Business
CAP-XX Limited was incorporated on the 14th January, 1997 and is a world leader in the design and manufacture of thin form prismatic supercapacitors and energy management systems, predominantly for portable or small scale electronic devices and automotive applications. The unique feature of CAP-XX’s supercapacitors is their ability to store high volumes of energy and output high power levels within a thin prismatic design. These attributes are critical for power-hungry electronic devices, including mobile phones and automotive applications.
Directors’ Names and Biographies
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Board of Directors
The Company has an audit committee and a remuneration committee both consisting of two non-executive directors. The terms of reference and composition of the audit and remuneration committees were determined as part of the process of the listing of the Company. During the year ended 30 June 2016, two audit committee and two remuneration committee meetings were held. Each committee is to meet at least twice a year.
The audit committee and remuneration committee comprise Patrick Elliott (Chairman), and Bruce Grey as a member.
The audit committee assists the Board with its oversight responsibilities for the financial statements, the integrity of financial reporting and the effectiveness of the Company’s internal controls over financial reporting.
The remuneration committee determines, agrees and reviews with the Board the framework or broad policy for the remuneration of the Company’s Chairman and executives and within the terms of the agreed policy (in consultation with the Chairman and/or chief executive as appropriate) determines the total individual remuneration package of each senior executive. The remuneration committee also reviews and notes annually the remuneration trends across the Group.
Country of Incorporation and Main Country of Operation
CAP-XX Limited is an Australian Company with the registered Australian Business Number 47 050 845 291; the primary operations of the company are also located in Australia. The Shares of CAP-XX Limited are traded on the AIM market operated by the London Stock Exchange.
Given the company is incorporated in Australia, the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.
Details of any Other Exchanges or Trading Platforms
None to report
Number of Securities in Issue
CAP-XX has 298,006,055 Ordinary Shares in issue. CAP-XX does not hold any shares in Treasury. The percentage of securities not in public hands is 22.4%.
Below are details of our significant shareholders along with the percentage of the issued share capital
|Major Shareholders||Shares||% Holding|
|Old Mutual PLC||25,522,924||8.6%|
|Barclays Private Banking||16,182,556||5.4%|
|Halifax Share Dealing||15,859,597||5.3%|
|Jarvis Investment Nominees||12,324,604||4.1%|
|The Epping Trust||8,300,000||2.8%|
|Securities Services Nominees||6,2013,604||2.1%|
|Securities Services Nominees||5,432,725||2.0%|
Details of Any Restrictions on the Transfer of Securities
The Company’s annual and interim reports will be available on this site once they are released.
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Admission Document, Constitutional Documents and Circulars
“Whilst companies whose shares are traded on AIM are not formally required to comply with the Combined Code on Corporate Governance (July 2003), the Board supports the Code and applies it in so far as is practicable and appropriate for a public company of its size. The Board is committed to ensuring that high standards of corporate governance are maintained.”
Although the Company’s ordinary shares trade on AIM, the Company is not subject to takeover regulation in the United Kingdom and The City Code on Takeovers and Mergers does not apply. However, the Company is, and is expected to remain, subject to provisions regulating takeovers under Australian law. The Company is incorporated under Australian law which does not impose limits on the ability to issue shares, whether on a pre-emptive basis or otherwise. However, the Company has agreed that it will not issue shares amounting to more than 15 per cent in any one year of its issued share capital following admission to AIM for cash otherwise than on a pre-emptive basis, without the prior approval of the Company in general meeting.
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