American Depositary Receipts (ADR) Program

Newzulu Limited has an established American Depositary Receipts (ADR) program. The trading particulars for Newzulu’s ADR facility are:

ADR Symbol:
Ratio:
CUSIP:
DR ISIN number:
DR Exchange:
Effective Date:
Depositary Bank:

NWZLY
1:200 (ADR: Ordinary)
65341Q103
US65341Q1031
OTC
1 February 2016
The Bank of New York Mellon

Enquiries

All enquiries concerning ADRs should be addressed to:
BNY Mellon Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170
USA

Overnight correspondence should be mailed to:
BNY Mellon Shareowner Services
211 Quality Circle, Suite 210
College Station, TX 77845
USA

Tel: +1 888 269 2377 (USA only)
Tel: +1 201 680 6825 (international)
Email: shrrelations@724.3dc.myftpupload.combnymellon.com
Website: www.mybnymdr.com

FAQs about American Depositary Receipts (ADRs)

What is an American Depositary Receipt (ADR)?

An ADR is a negotiable U.S. certificate representing ownership of the ADSs in a non-U.S. corporation. ADSs are quoted and traded in U.S. dollars in the U.S. securities market. Also, the dividends are paid to investor in U.S. dollars. ADSs were specifically designed to facilitate the purchase, holding and sale of non-U.S. securities by U.S. investors, and to provide a corporate finance vehicle for non-U.S. companies. ADSs can be held in book-entry form or as a physical certificate.

Who is the depositary bank for Newzulu ADRs?

The Bank of New York Mellon (BNYM). The depositary bank plays a key role in the process of issuance and cancellation of ADRs. It also maintains the ADR holder register and distributes the dividends in U.S. dollars. The Bank of New York Mellon is a DTC (Depositary Trust Company) participant as are brokers and dealers, other banks, trust companies and clearing houses.

For additional general information, please visit The Bank of New York Mellon’s website at: https://www.adrbnymellon.com?cusip=65341Q103

Registered holders wishing to access their account with The Bank of New York Mellon (BNYM acts as both ADR depositary bank and registrar):

BNY Mellon Shareowner Services
P.O. Box 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170
USA

Overnight correspondence should be mailed to:
BNY Mellon Shareowner Services
211 Quality Circle, Suite 210
College Station, TX 77845
USA

Toll Free # for Domestic U.S. Calls: 1-888-269-2377
Number for International (outside the U.S.) Calls: 201-680-6825

Website: www.mybnymdr.com

How do I convert my ordinary shares into ADRs?

Converting ordinary shares into ADRs must be done through a broker or an investment advisor.

What is the difference between a registered holder and a beneficial ADR holder?

A registered holder is one whose name appears on the books of the depositary. The registered holder is considered the owner of the record. A beneficial holder is one whose holdings are registered in a name other than his or her own, such as the name of a broker, bank or nominee.

I did not receive a certificate with the purchase of my ADRs. How can I obtain a certificate?

For registered owners, ownership is registered by the depositary bank and is evidenced by an account statement, provided by the depositary. Registered owners may request a physical certificate issued by the Depositary Bank and receive dividends, and proxy materials directly from The Bank of New York Mellon. To have a physical certificate issued, complete, sign and return the tear-off portion of the account statement or contact The Bank of New York Mellon as indicated above.

Owners of Newzulu ADRs that are registered in the “nominee name” or “street name” of a bank, broker or other institution that holds such securities for the accounts of others are considered beneficial owners. ADSs held in this form are book-entry securities, where the beneficial owner’s interest is recorded in an account held by the institution rather than by registration with the ADS depositary.

Major benefits of book-entry ownership are the elimination of problems associated with paper certificates such as storage, safety of securities or cost and inconvenience of replacement. Book-entry ADRs eliminate the requirement for physical movement of certificates at the time of sale or transfer of ownership. Investors purchasing ADRs through a broker who wish to become registered owners must specifically direct the broker to register the shares with the ADR depositary. If you choose to have a certificate issued, please contact The Bank of New York Mellon.

How can I find out how many ADRs I have?

For those holders who are not registered because their shares are held through a nominee account, please contact your nominee for information on your ADR holdings.

Do I always get an ADR certificate?

Your Newzulu ADRs represent your ownership of shares in the company and can be held in certificate or book-entry form. The term “Direct Registration Receipts” means American Depositary Shares not evidenced by Receipts that are evidenced by book entry notations recorded on the Direct Registration System and by periodic statements from the Depositary.

If you hold your ADRs in certificate form, these should be kept in a safe-deposit box or secure place. Certificates are negotiable documents and should be signed only in the event of a sale or transfer of ownership. If you hold your ADRs through a nominee account these will be in book-entry form and therefore you will not have an ADR certificate.

What is “Direct Registration Receipts”?

The term “Direct Registration Receipts” means American Depositary Receipts not evidenced by Receipts that are evidenced by book entry notations recorded on the Direct Registration System and by periodic statements from the Depositary.

What should I do if I lose an ADR certificate?

If your certificate is lost, stolen, or destroyed, notify The Bank of New York Mellon investor hotline +1-888-269-2377. Please ensure you have your Social Security Taxpayer Identification number ready when calling.

How do I change my address?

It is important that you call The Bank of New York Mellon when you move so that your account records can be updated and your dividend check is sent to the right address.

How are dividends paid?

Dividends are paid in U.S. dollars, just like dividends on U.S. shares.