To ensure that all Shareholder concerns are managed promptly, Longevity Group Australia Ltd  has appointed Computershare as the Share Registry to respond to all Shareholder enquiries to avoid mistakes and confusion. This is why we ask you to contact Computershare directly for matters relating to a change of address, the declaration of a deceased estate and the reissue of statements relating to your allocation of Shares or verification of membership.

In July 2014 you should have received an Issuer Holding Statement from Computershare.

If you are unable to locate your statement Computershare can reissue you with a duplicate Issuer Holding Statement. You can contact the Computershare on 1300 850 505 or email

A sample of an Issuer Holding Statement can be downloaded here Sample Issuer Holding Statement.

Longevity Group Australia Ltd  does not hold a Financial Services License and as such cannot legally provide advice relating to market value. Information which may assist you in determining the value of your Shares is located on the Longevity Group Australia Ltd  website.

As a Shareholder in an unlisted Public Company there are two options available to you to sell you Shares.

Option 1: Find your own buyer and agree on a price and complete an off market transfer. Forms for this type of transfer can be obtained from Computershare.

Option 2: Longevity Group Australia Ltd (formerly TFSL) is operating a Low Volume Market. Details of the operation of this market are contained on the Longevity Group Australia Ltd  website which you can view on this link Low Volume Market. A Low Volume Market allows you (the Shareholder) to register an interest to sell your Shares at a price that you determine. These interests to sell are advertised on the Longevity Group Australia Ltd  website via this link Register of Interests. If a potential buyer registers an interest then Longevity Group Australia Ltd  will endeavour to match them with a registered seller. Details of trades to date can be viewed on this link Trades to Date.

Please call Computershare on 1300 850 505 or email who will put you in touch with the deceased estates department to assist you with this process

The verification period closed on 31 May 2016; the “Last Share Claim Date”. If you did not verify by this date any claim for a share issue has lapsed.

When Longevity Group Australia Ltd  (formerly TFSL) notified its members of its intention to demutualise the Company also stated an intention to proceed to Listing within a period of three years. The Longevity Group Australia Ltd Directors are currently working towards Listing Longevity Group Australia Ltd on a stock exchange and will continue to monitor and assess the timing of Listing to ensure it is in the best interests of Shareholders. You will be notified when a date for Listing has been confirmed.

If you have changed your mailing address please contact Computershare on 1300 850 505 or email

No, the Issuer Holding Statement cannot be sent by email.

All Shares issue by Longevity Group Australia Ltd  (formerly Transport Friendly Society) are Issuer Sponsored.

To register your Shares in your new name you will need to complete a Change of Name Form which you can download here Change of Name Form.

Once you have completed this form you will need to send it to Computershare with supporting documentation. Details of what you need to include are on the form. You can download this form by logging into the Share Registry online by clicking here Computershare Investor Centre or by telephoning 1300 850 505.

If you would like to transfer the ownership of your Shares to another person you will need to compete a Standard Transfer Form which you can download here Standard Transfer Form. You can also log into the Share Registry online by clicking here Computershare Investor Centre or by telephoning 1300 850 505.

You will need to quote your SRN which you can find on your Issuer Holding Statement in order to complete the Transfer Form.

Longevity Group Australia Ltd will not charge any fees to the Seller or the Buyer, there is no fee payable by a shareholder if an off market transfer is to be effected.

In the event of a Shareholders death, the executor of your Will or other legal personal representative is the only person recognised by the Company as having any title or interest in your shares. They would need to contact Computershare and confirm the details of the proposed transferee, and provide evidence of their entitlement and election to be registered as a shareholder. We recommend that you seek your own independent legal advice in relation to your Will to ensure that your shares will be transferred in accordance with your wishes.