Investor FAQs

 

The Company’s shares of Common Stock were admitted to trading on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange on March 20th 2006. On November 19, 2008, the shares of Common Stock were listed on the OTCQX tier of OTC Markets in the United States. On December 14, 2012, the shares of Common Stock were listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market in the United States.

The NASDAQ Stock Market, also known as simply the NASDAQ, is an American stock exchange. It is the second-largest stock exchange by market capitalization in the world, after the New York Stock Exchange. The exchange is owned by NASDAQ OMX Group, which also owns the OMX stock exchange network.

Additional information is available on  www.nasdaq.com.

AIM is the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange. It is a “junior” market of the London Stock Exchange in that it was established for the express purpose of enabling younger, smaller companies to have access to the financial market and to enable their shares to be publicly traded. Further information on AIM may be obtained from the London Stock Exchange’s Website

The CUSIP number for our unrestricted common stock (PLPM/PPT) is U72603118.

The ISIN number for our unrestricted common stock (PLPM/PPT) is USU726031185.

Planet Payment’s SIC number is 7389.

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Planet Payment's unrestricted stocks are tradeable on NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "PLPM". US brokers and online trading systems are enabled to buy and sell shares which are listed on NASDAQ. It is recommended that you speak with your broker or other financial advisor before trading in any stock.

Yes, because Planet shares are traded in the US and are eligible for settlement through the Depository Trust Company (“DTC”), US brokers can deposit your Planet unrestricted stock, whether PPT or PLPM, into a US brokerage account.

If you have a physical stock certificate these shares were transferred into electronic book entry form and are held in your name in the Direct Registration System (DSR). The certificate has been cancelled. See FAQ regarding shares held in DRS for further information.

See next FAQ regarding shares held in DRS for further information.

DRS shares are held in electronic book entry form without the need for a stock certificate. Ask your broker to request the shares be sent to them through the DTC's Direct Registration Profile System. Your broker will need the following information:

  • Your Computershare account number (on your DRS Advice);
  • Your Social Security Number;
  • Computershare's DTC No. 7807;
  • The number of whole shares you wish to move to your brokerage account

A CREST Depositary Interest is a facility provided by the UK CREST electronic settlement system. The facility allows an interest in the Company's unrestricted PLPM shares, held electronically, rather than the actual shares represented by physical certificates, to be held through the UK CREST electronic settlement system, settlement of trades easier and faster. For futher information see "AIM Cancellatoin FAQs" Click Here

In all cases you will need to work with your U.K. based broker

Your U.K. based broker will need to transfer the shares out of the CREST system to the DTCC account of a U.S. broker.

Yes, Planet Payment has filed a registration statement with the SEC and is now subject to the SEC reporting requirements for US Public Companies.

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