FAQs

(Last updated: January 2015)

Share-related Questions

  1. What should I do if I have questions relating to my shareholdings, such as transfer of shares, change of name or address or loss of share certificates?
  2. I would like to receive email alerts when China Fishery issues a new announcement. How do I register for such a service?
  3. Where can I find details on the next Annual General Meeting?
  4. When does the financial year of China Fishery end? When will the Company announce its financial results?
  5. Where can I find details of historical share price movements?
  6. Who are China Fishery's independent auditors?
  7. Where can I find more financial information on China Fishery?
  8. Who are the largest shareholders in China Fishery?

Business

  1. What is the fishing quota system?
  2. How do governments allocate quota share? What are they based on?

Industry

  1. There are reports that global fish stocks will collapse completely in a few decades. Is this true?

Corporate Governance

  1. Where can I find more information on China Fishery's corporate governance standards?
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Shareholders Information

  1. What should I do if I have questions relating to my shareholdings, such as transfer of shares, change of name or address or loss of share certificates?

    For any matters relating to your shareholding, e.g. transfer of shares, change of name or address or lost share certificates, please contact our Singapore Share Transfer Agent:
    B.A.C.S. Private Limited
    63 Cantonment Road
    Singapore 089758
    Tel: (65) 6593 4848
    Fax: (65) 6593 4847
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  2. I would like to receive email alerts when China Fishery issues a new announcement. How do I register for such a service?

    Please register for our email alert service.

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  3. Where can I find details on the next Annual General Meeting?

    China Fishery's Annual General Meeting ("AGM") is usually held in January each year. Please visit our Financial Calendar to check if details of the next AGM have been announced.

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  4. When does the financial year of China Fishery end? When will the Company announce its financial results?

    The financial year of China Fishery ends on 28 September. Annual results for the financial year will be announced within 60 days after year ended.

    In addition, China Fishery reports quarterly results for the period ended 28 December, 28 March and 28 June each year. Quarterly results will be announced within 45 days after each quarter ended.

    Please visit our Financial Calendar to check announced dates for forthcoming results.

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  5. Where can I find details of historical share price movements?

    Please visit our Historical Price Charts for share price movements.

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  6. Who is China Fishery's independent auditor?

    China Fishery's independent auditor is Deloitte & Touche Certified Public Accountants.

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  7. Where can I find more financial information on China Fishery?

    The Company's financial information can be found in the Financial Information section of this website.

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  8. Who are the largest shareholders in China Fishery?

    As at 19 December 2014, the largest shareholder was Super Investment Limited (with approximately 69.71% ownership).

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Business

  1. What is the fishing quota system?

    To ensure sustainable fishing practices, fishing nations have a system in place which protects the health conditions of their region's fish stocks. Some fishing nations adopt the fishing quota system, whereby each fishing company is allocated a quota share of the country's total allowable catch. This is the preferred fishing system as companies have the right to harvest up to their quota allocation at their own pace.

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  2. How do governments allocate quota share? What are they based on?

    In nations using the fishing quota system, quota share allocation has traditionally been given to a fishing company and/or vessel based on vessel capacity and/or historical catch records.

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Industry

  1. There are reports that global fish stocks will collapse completely in a few decades. Is this true?

    The industry is highly regulated to ensure global sustainability of fishery resources. According to a report conducted by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations ("FAO"), ocean-caught fish has limited growth potential due to regulated supply, despite the increasing global demand. As such, the aquaculture (farmed fishes) industry has grown to cater for the steadily rising global demand for fish.

    At China Fishery, we are keenly aware of our commitment to sustainable fishing practices, and are dedicated to striking a balance between consumer demand and the conservation of stock for future generations. For more information on our sustainable and responsible fishing practices, please visit Our Business Values.

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Corporate Governance

  1. Where can I find more information on China Fishery's corporate governance standards?

    We are firmly committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance. We have established 5 committees under the Board to fulfill our commitment to our shareholders and our responsibility to regulatory authorities: Audit committee, Remuneration Committee, Nominating Committee, Investment Committee and Corporate Social Responsibility Committee.

    For more information on this subject, please review our Report of Corporate Governance in our Annual Report.

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