Shareholder and Other Information

C&C Group plc is an Irish registered company (registered number: 383466). Its ordinary shares are quoted on the London Stock Exchange (ISIN: IE00B010DT83 SEDOL: B010DT8).

C&C Group plc also has a Level 1 American Depository Receipts (ADR) programme for which Deutsche Bank acts as depository (symbol CCGGY). Each ADR share represents three C&C Group plc ordinary shares.

The authorised share capital of the Company at 28 February 2022 was ordinary 800,000,000 ordinary shares at €0.01 each. The issued share capital at 28 February 2022 was 401,913,690 ordinary shares of €0.01 each.

Euroclear Bank

Following the migration in March 2021 of securities settlement in the securities of Irish registered companies listed on the London Stock Exchange (such as the Company) and/or Euronext Dublin from the CREST settlement system to the replacement system, Euroclear Bank, the Company’s shares are held and transferred in certificated form (that is, represented by a share certificate) or in electronic form indirectly through the Euroclear System or through CREST in CDI (CREST Depository Interest) form. Shareholders have the choice of holding their shares in electronic form or in the form of share certificates. Shareholders should consult their stockbroker if they wish to hold their shares in electronic form.




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Dividend Payments

The Company may, by ordinary resolution declare dividends in accordance with the respective rights of shareholders, but no dividend shall exceed the amount recommended by the Directors. The Directors may also declare and pay interim dividends if they believe they are justified by the profits of the Company available for distribution.

Due to COVID-19 and the impact this had on global economies and on business generally, the Board concluded it was not appropriate to pay an interim dividend or a final dividend for FY2022.

Dividend Withholding Tax (‘DWT’) must be deducted from dividends paid by an Irish resident company, unless a shareholder is entitled to an exemption and has submitted a properly completed exemption form to the Company’s Registrars. DWT applies to dividends paid by way of cash or by way of shares under a scrip dividend scheme and is deducted at the standard rate of income tax (currently 20%). Non-resident shareholders and certain Irish companies, trusts, pension schemes, investment undertakings, companies resident in any member state of the European Union and charities may be entitled to claim exemption from DWT. DWT exemption forms may be obtained from the Irish Revenue Commissioners website: Shareholders should note that DWT will be deducted from dividends in cases where a properly completed exemption form has not been received by the relevant record date. Shareholders who wish to have their dividend paid direct to a bank account, by electronic funds transfer, should contact Link Registrars to obtain a mandate form. Tax vouchers will be sent to the shareholder’s registered address under this arrangement.

Holders through Euroclear Bank

Investors who hold their shares via Euroclear Bank or (in CDI form) through CREST will automatically receive dividends in Euro unless they elect otherwise.

Certificated shareholders

Shareholders who hold their shares in certificated form will automatically receive dividends in Euro with the following exceptions:

  • Shareholders with an address in the United Kingdom (UK) will automatically receive dividends in Sterling,
  • Shareholders who had previously elected to receive dividends in a particular currency will continue to receive dividends in that currency.

Shareholders who wish to receive dividends in a currency other than that which will be automatically used should contact the Company’s Registrars.

Electronic Communications

In order to promote a more cost effective and environmentally friendly approach, the Company provides the Annual Report electronically to shareholders via the Group’s website and only sends a printed copy to those who specifically request one. Shareholders who wish to alter the method by which they receive communications should contact the Company’s registrar. All shareholders will continue to receive printed proxy forms, dividend documentation, shareholder circulars, and, where the Company deems it appropriate, other documentation by post.

Company Secretary and Registered Office

Mark Chilton, C&C Group plc

Bulmers House, Keeper Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12, D12 K702

Tel: +353 1 506 3900


Shareholders with queries concerning their holdings, dividend information or administrative matters should contact the Company’s registrars:

Link Registrars Limited (trading as Link Assets Services)

P.O. Box 1110, Maynooth, Co. Kildare (if delivered by post) or;

Block C, Maynooth Business Campus, Maynooth, County Kildare, W23 F854, Ireland (if delivered by hand)

Tel: +353 1 553 0050

Fax: +353 1 224 0700



American Depositary Receipts (ADR)

Shareholder with queries concerning their ADR holdings should contact:

Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas

C/o American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, 6201 15th Avenue,

Brooklyn, NY 11219.

Tel: Toll free +1 866 249 2593

International +1 718 921 8137


Investor Relations

FTI Consulting

10 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, D02 DW94

Principal Bankers

ABN Amro Bank

Allied Irish Bank

Bank of Ireland

Bank of Scotland

Barclays Bank



Ulster Bank


McCann FitzGerald

Riverside One, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, D02 X576



Davy House, 49 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, D02 PY05

Barclays Bank plc

5 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 4BB

Numis Securities Limited

10 Paternoster Square, London, EC4M 7LT


Ernst & Young,

Chartered Accountants,

Harcourt Building,

Harcourt Street,

Dublin 2.


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