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Events

Key dates

Rights appear in Sharesies Portfolios

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Rights exercise period opens

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Rights trading is available through Sharesies

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Applications for shortfall bookbuild (investor and general offers) open through Sharesies

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Right trading ends

Tuesday 26 April 2022

Applications for exercising rights closes through Sharesies

Sunday 1 May 2022

Applications for investor shortfall offer close through Sharesies (offer for AIR and AIZ shareholders who were allocated rights and have exercises them all)

Sunday 1 May 2022

Applications for general shortfall offer close through Sharesies

Tuesday 3 May 2022

Air New Zealand expected to allocate new shares

Monday 9 May 2022

New shares expected to start trading on the NZX and ASX

Monday 9 May 2022

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Lorem Ipsum comes from sections 1.10.32 and 1.10.33 of "de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum" (The Extremes of Good and Evil) by Cicero, written in 45 BC. This book is a treatise on the theory of ethics, very popular during the Renaissance. The first line of Lorem Ipsum, "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet..", comes from a line in section 1.10.32.

The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. Sections 1.10.32 and 1.10.33 from "de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum" by Cicero are also reproduced in their exact original form, accompanied by English versions from the 1914 translation by H. Rackham.

Accordions

You're charged a 0.4% currency exchange fee when you exchange money. The fee is calculated on the amount to exchange, and deducted from the order amount you enter.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

Title

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

Title

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

You're charged a 0.4% currency exchange fee when you exchange money. The fee is calculated on the amount to exchange, and deducted from the order amount you enter.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

Title

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

Title

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

You're charged a 0.4% currency exchange fee when you exchange money. The fee is calculated on the amount to exchange, and deducted from the order amount you enter.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

Title

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

Title

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

You're charged a 0.4% currency exchange fee when you exchange money. The fee is calculated on the amount to exchange, and deducted from the order amount you enter.

Fin.

The fees cover the depositary bank’s costs for managing the ADR, and are based on how many receipts you hold. Generally, the fee is less than $0.10 USD per receipt annually.

Title

The depositary fee can be charged a couple of ways:

if the ADR pays dividends, the fee will be deducted from any dividends on the ex-dividend date before they’re paid into your Wallet

Title

if the ADR doesn’t pay dividends, the fee will usually be deducted from your Wallet balance during the year.

Sometimes, it could be a mix of both—part of the fee deducted from your dividends and the rest deducted from your Wallet during the year.

Key dates

Events

Key dates

Rights appear in Sharesies Portfolios

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Rights exercise period opens

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Rights trading is available through Sharesies

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Applications for shortfall bookbuild (investor and general offers) open through Sharesies

Wednesday 6 April 2022

Right trading ends

Tuesday 26 April 2022

Applications for exercising rights closes through Sharesies

Sunday 1 May 2022

Applications for investor shortfall offer close through Sharesies (offer for AIR and AIZ shareholders who were allocated rights and have exercises them all)

Sunday 1 May 2022

Applications for general shortfall offer close through Sharesies

Tuesday 3 May 2022

Air New Zealand expected to allocate new shares

Monday 9 May 2022

New shares expected to start trading on the NZX and ASX

Monday 9 May 2022