GetSwift responds late to ASX queries

Transport software firm says it gets up to speed with disclosure requirements


GetSwift, the shares of which remain suspended on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), has emerged with a pledge to do better on its disclosure obligations.

The transport and logistics software company had indicated early last week it would respond on Friday to three ASX queries of its disclosure performance January 31.

In a short three-point response bearing MD Joel Macdonald’s name and dated yesterday, GetSwift says it has updated its directors on basic listing rules all listed companies must abide by and that it continues to work with business services giant PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) on compliance matters.

In particular, GetSwift, which listed at the end of 2016 had been asked to addressed the late notification of the appointment of two directors, Nevash Pillay and Jamila Gordon, and the disclosure of any material interests in the company they may have.

According to the ASX, this happened on January 31 but should have occurred on December 11.

GetSwift put the delay down to a "miscommunication as to the requirements for the ASX lodgement" but gave no further explanation.


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