SATRIX MSCI China Feeder Portfolio Lists Additional Securities

  • SATRIX MSCI China Feeder Portfolio lists 2.3 million additional securities, expanding investment opportunities.
  • Issue price for the new securities is approximately R42.01 per security.
  • Total number of SATRIXCHN securities in circulation reaches 32.5 million.

SATRIX MSCI China Feeder Portfolio (JSE code: STXCHN, ISIN: ZAE000288361) has announced the successful listing of an additional 2,300,000 securities, marking a significant expansion in investment opportunities for investors. The new securities were made available for trading as of the commencement of business today, at an issue price of approximately R42.01 per security. With this listing, the total number of SATRIXCHN securities in circulation now stands at 32,456,599.

SATRIXCHN, a portfolio within the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, is registered as such in accordance with the provisions of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002. The portfolio provides investors with exposure to the MSCI China Index, allowing them to participate in the growth and performance of Chinese equities.

The decision to issue and list the additional securities reflects SATRIXCHN’s commitment to meeting the growing demand from investors seeking exposure to the Chinese market. China’s economy has witnessed remarkable growth in recent years, establishing itself as a global economic powerhouse and attracting considerable attention from international investors.

By expanding the number of securities available, SATRIXCHN aims to offer investors increased flexibility and accessibility to invest in Chinese companies across various sectors. The additional securities will enable both retail and institutional investors to participate in the portfolio’s performance and capitalize on the potential opportunities offered by the Chinese market.

The issue price of approximately R42.01 per security represents the value at which the new securities were made available to investors. This price is determined based on a range of factors, including market conditions and the underlying value of the portfolio’s holdings. Investors interested in acquiring the newly listed securities can do so through authorized brokers and financial institutions.

SATRIXCHN’s decision to increase the number of securities comes at a time when China’s economic growth and technological advancements continue to capture global attention. The portfolio’s focus on the MSCI China Index ensures that investors gain exposure to a diversified basket of Chinese companies, spanning various sectors such as technology, consumer goods, finance, and more.

With the successful listing of the additional 2,300,000 securities, SATRIXCHN has positioned itself to meet the growing demand for Chinese market exposure among South African investors. The portfolio’s ongoing commitment to expanding its offerings reflects the dynamic nature of global investment opportunities and the continuous pursuit of delivering value to its stakeholders.

Investors keen on capitalizing on the potential of China’s vibrant economy can now seize the opportunity to invest in SATRIXCHN and participate in its growth journey.

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