Satrix Collective Investment Scheme Delists 2.9M SatrixCap Securities, Boosts Efficiency and Performance

  • Satrix Collective Investment Scheme partially delists 2.9 million SatrixCap securities from the JSE.
  • The delisting follows the redemption of 29 SatrixCap baskets and aims to enhance operational efficiency and performance.
  • The total number of SatrixCap securities in circulation is now reduced to 8,779,427.

The Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, a renowned provider of investment portfolios, has made a significant announcement regarding the partial delisting of 2.9 million SatrixCap securities from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). The move follows the redemption of 29 SatrixCap baskets and seeks to optimize the scheme’s portfolio for improved operational efficiency. Effective from the start of today’s trading session, the delisting reduces the total number of SatrixCap securities in circulation to 8,779,427.

As a registered entity under the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act of 2002, the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme caters to the investment needs of both individuals and institutions, offering exposure to various asset classes and sectors to enable broader participation in the financial markets.

The decision to partially delist 2.9 million SatrixCap securities represents a strategic initiative by Satrix to align its portfolio composition with its investment objectives. By redeeming 29 SatrixCap baskets, the scheme intends to enhance its performance and establish a more focused investment strategy going forward.

SatrixCap, which is identified by the JSE code STXCAP and ISIN code ZAE000303905, has been a favored choice among investors seeking exposure to the South African equity market. However, the partial delisting may impact existing investors, as it reduces the overall liquidity and availability of SatrixCap securities. It is advisable for investors to carefully consider the implications of this delisting on their investment strategies and consult with their financial advisors, if necessary.

Vunani Sponsors, a prominent financial services firm specializing in managing investment transactions and listings, has been appointed as the JSE Sponsor for this delisting. Their involvement ensures compliance with regulatory requirements and provides investors with a sense of confidence and security throughout the process.

Satrix remains committed to delivering value to its investors through disciplined investment management and continuous product innovation. The scheme continues to offer a wide range of investment opportunities across multiple asset classes, enabling investors to diversify their portfolios and achieve their financial goals.

As the delisting takes effect, Satrix will focus on optimizing its remaining securities and exploring potential avenues for growth and development. The scheme aims to adapt to market conditions and provide investors with sustainable investment solutions.

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