AIM Rule 26

AIM Rule 26 information

The following information is being provided for the purposes of AIM Rule 26. Last updated in May 2018.

The Company is not subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, but is subject to the Australian Corporations Act and ASX Listing Rules.

  • Description of Business & Director’s Requirements

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  • Responsibilities of Management

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  • Incorporation

    Range was incorporated in Australia on 17 September 1982.

    Click here to view the Company's constitution

  • Rights of Shareholders

    As Range 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.

  • Stock Exchange Listings

    Range is dual-listed on AIM, a market operated by London Stock Exchange (AIM: RRL) and the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: RRS).

    The Company listed on AIM on 13 December 2017.

    Shares currently in issue: 7,595,830,782.

  • Significant Shareholders

    Shares currently in issue: 7,595,830,782 (100%).

    Significant shareholders (above 3% shareholding):

    1. Beijing Sibo Investment Management LP - 32%

    2. Abraham Limited - 9%

    3. Interactive Investor Services Nominees Limited - 9%

    4. Barclayshare Direct Investing Nominees Limited - 7%

    5. Interactive Investor Services Nominees Limited - 6%

    6. HSDL Nominees Limited - 3%

    Statutory disclosure of significant shareholdings (as defined in the AIM Rules) is different for Australian companies and may not always ensure compliance with the requirements of Rule 17 of the Aim Rules.  All shareholders who are holding (directly or indirectly), 3% or more of the issued and outstanding Ordinary Shares or are requested to notify the Company without delay of any changes to their holding which increase or decrease such holding through any single percentage.   Likewise, shareholders who acquire 3% or more of the issued and outstanding Ordinary Shares are requested to notify the Company without delay.  

    There are no shares held as treasury shares. 

    42% of Range’s securities are not in public hands.  

    There are no restrictions on the transfer of Range's AIM securities.

  • Financial Reports

  • Announcements

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  • Advisors

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  • Corporate Governance Code

    The Board has adopted corporate governance policies and practices consistent with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Principles of Good Corporate Governance and Best Practice Recommendations (ASX Principles and Recommendations 3rd Edition).

    Where the Company’s corporate governance practices follow a recommendation, the Board has made appropriate statements reporting on the adoption of the recommendation. Where, after due consideration, the Company’s corporate governance practices depart from a recommendation, the Board has offered full disclosure and reason for the adoption of its own practice. 

    The Corporate Governance Statement is reviewed annually. The last review was completed on 30 September 2017.

    Further information about the Company’s corporate governance practices can be found on the Company’s website, under the section marked “Corporate Governance”.