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Coronation Fund Managers Limited Launches Innovative Offers to Enhance Shareholder Value

  • Coronation Fund Managers Limited implements odd-lot and specific offers to optimize shareholder structures and enhance value.
  • Shareholders benefit from streamlined processes, no transaction costs, and Coronation's coverage of securities transfer tax.
  • Investors should assess tax implications, timelines, and strategic implications for Coronation's capital management strategies.
Coronation Fund Managers

Coronation Fund Managers Limited recently made headlines with its decision to implement an odd-lot offer and specific offer to its shareholders. This move, aimed at streamlining shareholding structures and enhancing shareholder value, has significant implications for investors and the broader investment community.

Understanding the Offers

The odd-lot offer targets shareholders holding less than 100 ordinary shares, while the specific offer is for shareholders holding between 100 and 500 shares. These offers, collectively referred to as “the Offers,” present shareholders with an opportunity to consolidate or dispose of their holdings in Coronation Fund Managers Limited.

Offer Price and Consideration

The offer price per share stands at 3,361.91281 cents, representing a 10% premium to the 30-day volume-weighted average price. This offer consideration, classified as a dividend under tax law, may incur dividends tax unless shareholders qualify for an exemption. Consulting tax advisors is recommended to navigate the taxation implications effectively.

Here’s a breakdown of the offer price and net price after dividends tax:

DescriptionOffer Price (cents)
Gross Offer Price per Share3,361.91281
Net Offer Price per Share (20% tax)2,689.53025

Transaction Costs and Taxation

Shareholders participating in the Offers will not bear transaction costs, and Coronation will cover securities transfer tax at a rate of 0.25%. However, shareholders should be aware of potential taxation in their jurisdiction arising from the disposal of shares through the offers.

Salient Dates and Process

The implementation of the Offers follows a structured timeline:

  • Last day to trade: Tuesday, 16 April 2024
  • Shares commence trading ex the Offers: Wednesday, 17 April 2024
  • Forms of Election and Surrender deadline: Friday, 19 April 2024
  • Offers close: Friday, 19 April 2024
  • Record Date for the Offers: Friday, 19 April 2024
  • Payment of Offer Consideration: Monday, 22 April 2024
  • Results release on SENS: Monday, 22 April 2024
  • Delisting and cancellation of repurchased shares: Friday, 26 April 2024

Implications for Shareholders

For shareholders with small holdings (odd-lot holders), the offer provides an exit opportunity without transaction costs. However, tax considerations must be carefully evaluated. On the other hand, specific holders have a chance to adjust their holdings within the specified range.


Coronation Fund Managers Limited’s odd-lot offer and specific offer signify a strategic move to enhance shareholder value and optimize capital structures. Shareholders should carefully evaluate the offers, considering taxation implications and their individual investment strategies. This initiative reflects Coronation’s commitment to efficient corporate governance and investor relations, setting a precedent for prudent financial management in the South African market.



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