The following is the Appendix 3Z in respect of Max Ould, who retired as a non-executive director of AGL energy Limited (AGL) at the conclusion of AGL's Annual General Meeting on 23 October 2012.
The late lodgement of the Appendix 3Z is due to an administrative oversight occasioned by personnel changes in AGL's company secretairal function.
Final Director's Interest Notice
Information or documents not available now must be given to ASX as soon as available. Information and documents given to ASX become ASX's property and may be made public.
|Name of the Entity||AGL Energy Limited|
|ABN||74 115 061 375|
We (the entity) give ASX the following information under listing rule 3.19A.2 and as agent for the director for the purposes of section 205G of the Corporations Act.
|Name of Director||MAXWELL GILBERT OULD|
|Date of last notice||2 OCTOBER 2012|
|Date that Director ceased to be the Director||23 OCTOBER 2012|
Part 1 - Change of director's relevant interests in securities of which the director is registered holder
In the case of a trust, this includes interests in the trust made available by the responsible entity of the trust
Note: In the case of a company, interests which come within paragraph (i) of the definition of "notifiable interest of a director" should be disclosed in this part.
|Number and Class of securities
35,255 Ordinary Shares
- DIRECT 29,422
- INDIRECT 5,833
Part 2- Change of director's relevant interests in securities of which the director is not registered holder
Note: In the case of a company, interests which come within paragraph (ii) of the definition of "notifiable interest of a director" should be disclosed in this part.
|Name of holder & Nature of Interest
Provide the details of circumstances giving rise to relevant interests
|Number and class of securities|
Part 3- Director's interest in contracts
|Detail of Contract|
|Nature of interest
(if issued securities)
|Name of registered holder|
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