Where is the Company’s registered office?
Pets at Home Group Plc
Stanley Green Trading Estate
Registered Company number: 8885072
Where are Pets at Home shares traded?
Pets at Home shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange. The stock symbol is PETS.
How can I buy or sell shares in Pets at Home?
Shares in Pets At Home can be purchased through a registered stockbroker, or via our Registrar, Computer share. Shares cannot be purchased directly from Pets at Home.
How do I change the details on my share certificate / transfer the shares to another person?
If you hold the shares directly, please contact the Registrar, Computershare, to arrange any changes.
If you hold the shares through a Nominee account with your stockbroker, you will need to contact the broker to make any changes.
How can I receive investor related communications?
By signing up to our email alert service.
Who is your Registrar and how do I contact them?
Computershare Investor Services PLC
Telephone: 0870 707 1690
Should I invest in Pets at Home?
Under the Financial Services and Market Act 2000 we cannot provide advice on share dealing. Please contact your stockbroker or independent financial adviser.
Where can I get a copy of the Annual Report?
An electronic version of our Annual Report is available online at: /investors/annual-reports
If you would like a hard copy, please contact us.
I own Pets At Home shares, why didn’t I receive an Annual Report or copy of the AGM resolutions?
Any shareholders who directly own their shares will automatically receive a copy of the Annual Report and voting form for the AGM resolutions.
If you have purchased Pets at Home shares through a stockbroker, the broker may hold the shares on your behalf through a nominee account. Voting rights are not automatic when shares are held via a Nominee, it is dependent on the broker and the holding arrangement.
What should I do if I receive unsolicited calls or letters regarding my Pets At Home shares?
We are legally obliged to make our share register public. Consequently some shareholders may receive unsolicited mail and/or calls.
If you receive any unsolicited investment advice:
- Note down the contact details of the person or organisation
- Check they are authorised by the FCA at: www.fca.org.uk/consumers/protect-yourself/unauthorised-firms
- The FCA also maintains a list of unauthorised firms who are targeting, or have targeted, UK investors. This list can be found on the FCA’s website
- The FCA can also be contacted by calling their Consumer Helpline on 0800 111 6768