QANTM’s 2021 Annual General Meeting (“AGM” or “Meeting”) will be held on Tuesday 30 November 2021, commencing at 10:00am Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).

The decision to hold QANTM’s 2021 AGM as a fully “virtual” meeting, similar to the 2020 AGM, has been taken in order to protect the health and safety of QANTM’s shareholders, employees, and other participants, in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Shareholders and proxy holders will be able to listen to the proceedings, view the presentation, vote and submit questions during the meeting, using the “Lumi” online AGM platform.

Key Documents

2021 Letter of Access - View PDF
2021 Notice of Meeting - View PDF
Online Meeting Guide - View PDF
2021 Annual Report - View PDF
Corporate Representative Form - Download
QANTM Company Constitution - Download

Contact Details

Computershare Investor Services
GPO Box 242, Melbourne  VIC  3001  Australia
452 Johnston Street, Abbotsford VIC 3067  Australia
T: 1300 171 785 (within Aust) /+61 3 9415 4078 (outside Aust)
F: 1800 783 447 (within Aust) /+61 3 9473 2555 (outside Aust)

QANTM – Investor Relations
T: +61 3 9254 2666
E: [email protected]

Participating in the 2021 AGM

Participating online will enable Shareholders to listen to the Meeting, view the presentations, ask questions (both in writing and verbally) of the Board and auditor, and vote in real-time on Items of business.

  • You will need to visit on your smartphone, tablet or computer, and register to participate.
  • Registration will open at 9:00am (AEDT) on Tuesday, 30 November 2021 (one hour before the AGM commences).
  • You will need the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Edge or Firefox.  Further information about how to log in to the Lumi AGM website, to register for the Meeting, and to participate in the Meeting as a Shareholder, is available in the Virtual AGM Online Meeting Guide available in the Key Documents section of this webpage

Voting at the AGM and appointment of proxies

Voting on all Items of business will be decided by way of a poll.  The Chairman of the Meeting will open the poll at the beginning of the Meeting and the poll will remain open until the close of the Meeting. Shareholders are encouraged to lodge a directed proxy before the proxy deadline even if they plan to attend the meeting online.

Shareholders may vote at the Meeting in either of two ways:

  • during the Meeting, while participating in the Meeting online through the Lumi platform (refer to the Virtual AGM Online Meeting Guide available in the Key Documents section of this webpage); or
  • by appointing a proxy prior to the deadline of 10:00am (AEDT) on Sunday, 28 November 2021.

Subject to the specific proxy provisions applying where a Shareholder appoints the Chair of the Meeting as proxy (see below), if a Shareholder has not directed their proxy how to vote, then the proxy may vote as the proxy determines.

Appointing a Proxy

A Shareholder who is entitled to participate in and vote at the Meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to participate in the meeting and vote on behalf of the Shareholder.  A Shareholder who is entitled to cast two or more votes may appoint up to two proxies and may specify the proportion or number of votes each proxy is appointed to exercise.  A proxy need not be a Shareholder of the Company.

Shareholders can appoint a proxy in the following ways


The easiest way is to appoint a proxy online by logging in at the website.  To do this, you will need:

  • The 6 digit “control number” for the QANTM AGM: 136012
  • Your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN), which identifies you as a QANTM Shareholder.
    You can find your SRN/HIN on the Welcome Letter, Issuer Sponsored Holding Statement (SRN) or CHESS Notice (HIN) you received when you first became a QANTM shareholder, or on your most recent Dividend Statement (if you received a hardcopy). If you are receiving communications from QANTM by mail then the letter to Shareholders, which you received explaining the 2021 AGM arrangements, will be accompanied by a personalised proxy form which includes your SRN or HIN. If you are unable to locate your SRN/HIN, please contact Computershare on 1300 171 785 (within Australia) and +61 3 9415 4078 (outside Australia). As your SRN/HIN may only be provided by post for security reasons, please ensure you contact Computershare by no later than Tuesday, 16 November 2021. For security reasons it is important that you keep your SRN/HIN confidential.
  • To select from a drop-down menu the country where the registered address for your shareholding is located.  If this is Australia, you will also be prompted to enter the postcode for the registered address for your shareholding.

Shareholders who have opted for electronic communications will also be sent an email with a unique personal URL weblink (or “PURL”), which will give direct access to the online facility (those shareholders will also need to select the relevant country where the registered address for their shareholding is located.  If this is Australia, they will also be prompted to enter the postcode for the registered address for their shareholding.


  • by mail to Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited (Computershare) at GPO Box 242, Melbourne Vic 3001.  Please allow sufficient time so that it reaches Computershare by the Proxy Deadline;
  • by fax to Computershare on 1800 783 447 (if sent from inside Australia) or +61 3 9473 2555 (if sent from outside Australia); or
  • by hand delivery to Computershare at 452 Johnston Street, Abbotsford, VIC 3067.

Custodians may lodge their Proxy Forms online by visiting

Deadline for submission of Proxy Forms and online appointment of proxies

To be effective, the Proxy Form must be completed, signed, and submitted with the Company’s share registry, or appointment of a proxy must be completed through the online facility, no later than 10:00am (AEDT) on Sunday, 28 November 2021 (the Proxy Deadline).

Proxy Forms signed by attorneys

If the Proxy Form is signed by an attorney, the relevant original power of attorney, or a certified copy of it, must also be submitted by mail or delivered by hand, and must be received by the Company’s share registry before the Proxy Deadline.

Corporate Representatives and Corporate Proxies

Bodies corporate who are shareholders, or who have been appointed as proxies, may appoint an individual as a corporate representative to participate in and vote at the Meeting on their behalf. Corporate representatives must be appointed in accordance with section 250D of the Corporations Act.

QANTM requires evidence of the appointment as a corporate representative, in the form of a copy of the letter or other document confirming that the corporate representative is authorised to act in that capacity, properly executed in accordance with the body corporate’s constitution, to be received by the Company before the commencement of the Meeting. Shareholders and corporate representatives are encouraged to provide the documentation evidencing appointment to Computershare by 10:00am (AEDT) on Sunday, 28 November 2021.

A suitable form of authorisation may be obtained by calling Computershare on 1300 171 785 (within Australia) or +61 3 9415 4078 (outside Australia), and is also available for download from the “Key Documents” section on this webpage.

Corporate representatives will need to obtain additional login details from Computershare

Individuals appointed as corporate representatives on behalf of corporate Shareholders or corporate proxyholders, will need to contact Computershare during the online registration period which will open 1 hour before the start of the Meeting on +61 3 9415 4024 to obtain login details to participate online during the AGM.

Asking questions – before and at the 2021 AGM

Written questions for the Company’s auditor, Deloitte, should be submitted to the Company no later than the fifth business day before the Meeting, being Tuesday 23 November 2021, and should relate to the content of the Auditor’s Report and the conduct of the audit.  The auditor will also participate online in the Meeting.

It is preferred that written questions for the Company’s auditor and also in relation to other items are submitted by email to [email protected].

Participants in the Meeting may also submit written questions and comments online, and ask questions verbally, during the Meeting via the Lumi platform.