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Southern Africa Site visit - November 2016

American Depositary Receipts (ADRs)

We are aware that certain US banks have issued ADRs in respect of Anglo American's ordinary shares. However, such receipts are not issued or sponsored by Anglo American and any questions in relation to ADRs should be directed to the relevant ADR issuing bank.

Anglo American sponsored ADRs trade on the OTCBB Pink Sheets under the ticker NGLOY.

A list of frequently asked questions appears below. If you cannot find the answer you need, please contact us.

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What is an ADR?

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An ADR is an American Depositary Receipt issued by a US depository bank, representing shares of a non-US company held by the bank. One ADR in Anglo American plc represents one half of an ordinary share.

 
 
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Who are the sponsors of Anglo American ADRs?

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Bank of New York - Bank of New York

 
 
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I have inherited some AAUK stock. How do I change the details on the share certificates?

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You will need to contact the ADR transfer agent for this information.  The transfer agents for the various ADR issuers are :

Bank of New York - Bank of New York

 
 
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Why has a 'fee' been subtracted from my dividend payment?

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Normally the ADR issuing banks charge certain fees with respect to ADRs in accordance with the terms and conditions of the issue of the ADRs, which often include a fee upon the conversion of dividends paid on the underlying securities into US dollars. If you require further information on this point we suggest you contact the issuing bank.

 
 
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