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Shareholder services

For the latest shareholder information, please see the tables below. You can also explore other details, such as notes on our Annual General Meeting ("AGM"), by following the navigation links.

Shareholder Information
Stock data

Listing London Stock Exchange
Ticker SGE.L
Sector IT Software and Computer Services
Substantial Shareholdings

At 30 September 2016, the Company had been notified, in accordance with the DTRs, of the following interests in its ordinary share capital: 

Name Ordinary shares % of capital Nature of holding
Aviva Investors
62,996,904
5.83% Direct and Indirect
BlackRock Inc
58,605,472 5.42% Indirect
Standard Life 56,480,398 5.23% Direct and Indirect

As at 12 December 2016 (being the last practicable date prior to the publication of the Annual Report & Accounts on 14 December 2016) the Company’s issued share capital consists of 1,119,573,788 ordinary shares, carrying one vote each, of which 39,522,431 were held in treasury. Therefore, the total exercisable voting rights in the company as at 30 November 2015 are 1,079,378,391.

Notifications

The Sage Group plc.’s registrars are able to notify shareholders by e-mail of the availability of an electronic version of shareholder information. Whenever new shareholder information becomes available, such as The Sage Group plc.’s interim and full year results, Equiniti will notify you by e-mail and you will be able to access, read and print documents at your own convenience.
To take advantage of this service for future communications, please go to www.shareview.co.uk and select “Shareholder Centre”, where full details of the shareholder portfolio service are provided. When registering for this service, you will need to have your 11 character shareholder reference number to hand, which is shown on your dividend tax voucher, share certificate or form of proxy.
Should you change your mind at a later date, you may amend your request to receive electronic communication by entering your shareview portfolio online and amending your preferred method of communication from “e-mail” to “post”. If you wish to continue receiving shareholder information in the current format, there is no need to take any action.