AIM 26

AIM 26

The following information is being disclosed for the purposes of Rule 26 of the AIM Rules.

In accordance with AIM Rule 26 and Market Abuse Regulation, the Company’s announcements will be available for a period of at least 5 years.


Updated on Thursday 24 February 2022.

About Neometals

Neometals innovatively develops opportunities in minerals and advanced materials essential for a sustainable future. The Company leverages proprietary, green process technologies to generate battery materials projects with unparalleled exposure to commodities most impacted by the energy storage megatrend.

Neometals builds value, de-risks and develops these long-life projects with strong partners having a strategic focus on increasing margins through integration down the value chain. Neometals has a growing suite of sustainable downstream, recovery and recycling projects, supporting the global transition to more circular supply chains and cleaner energy.

For more detail please see the Our Company page

Country of incorporation and main country of operation

The Company is incorporated and registered in Australia and was incorporated on 20 December 2001.

The Company is headquartered in Perth, Western Australia and its main country of operation is Australia.

Details of any exchanges or trading platforms

The Company’s Ordinary Shares are also currently trading on the (NMT:ASX).

For more detail about the projects, please see the Our Projects page

Shareholder Information

Neometals is admitted to trading on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange and The Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under the stock symbol NMT.

As of Monday 21 February 2022, the Company has 548,376,396 ordinary shares of no par value on issue and no shares are held in treasury.

The percentage of shares on issue not in public hands is 1.74%.

For more information and to view Significant Holders, please click on the following link to find the Share Price page

Shareholder Rights

As Neometals Ltd is not incorporated in the UK, the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.

Shareholders should refer to the Company’s Constitution for further details.

Current constitutional documents

Please see the Constitution page

Financial Information

For the Company’s financial reports, please see the Reports page

Company Announcements

For ASX Announcements see the Announcements page

For RNS, please see the below:

Admission Documents and Circulars

Please click here to read Neometals’ AIM Admission document.

Corporate Governance

Please see the Corporate Governance page

The Names of the Directors and Biographical Details

Please see the Board of Directors page

Board Committees and Responsibilities

Nominations Committee:
Steven Cole (Chair)
Douglas Ritchie
Jennifer Purdie

Remuneration Committee:
Steven Cole (Chair)
Natalia Streltsova
Les Guthrie

Audit Committee:
Douglas Ritchie (Chair)
Steven Cole
Natalia Streltsova
Jennifer Purdie

Risk Committee:
Natalia Streltsova (Chair)
Steven Cole
Douglas Ritchie
Les Guthrie

For Board Committee Responsibilities, please refer to Appendices A5 – A8 of the Neometals Ltd Corporate Governance Charter

Advisers

Nominated Adviser and Broker
Cenkos Securities plc
6.7.8 Tokenhouse Yard
London EC2R 7AS

Legal Advisers to the Company (as to UK law)
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Exchange House
Primrose Street
London EC2A 2EG

Legal Advisers to the Company (as to Australian law)
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
QV.1 Building
250 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000

Reporting Accountants
Deloitte LLP
1 New Street Square
London EC4A 3HQ

Solicitors to the Nomad and Broker
K&L Gates LLP
One New Change
London EC4M 9AF

Registrars & UK Depositary
Computershare Investors Services PLC
The Pavilions
Bridgwater Road
Bristol BS13 8AE

Financial PR
Camarco
3rd Floor Cannongate House
62-64 Cannon Street
London EC4N 6AE

Whistleblower Policy

Switching from ASX to AIM / AIM to ASX

Please click here to read about converting Neometals shares to depositary interests.

Takeover Code

The Company is subject to the Australian Corporations Act and Shareholders will have the benefit of the protections afforded by Chapter 6 of the Australian Corporations Act, which are similar or analogous to certain provisions of the Takeover Code.

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