Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio Delists 400K STXCHN Securities, Signals Strategic Shift

  • Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio has announced a partial delisting of 400,000 STXCHN securities from the JSE following the redemption of 4 STXCHN baskets.
  • The delisting will leave a total of 31,556,599 STXCHN securities in circulation.
  • The move suggests a strategic adjustment in the portfolio's composition and may reflect changes in the investment strategy or market outlook.

In a significant move impacting the investment landscape, the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme disclosed today that its Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio will undergo a partial delisting of STXCHN securities on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Commencing business today, 400,000 STXCHN securities will be delisted following the redemption of 4 STXCHN baskets. This adjustment will leave 31,556,599 STXCHN securities in circulation.

SATRIX, a reputable collective investment scheme registered under the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act, 45 of 2002, manages various investment portfolios, including the Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio. This particular portfolio aims to offer investors exposure to the performance of the MSCI China Index.

While specific details surrounding the redemption and delisting have not been disclosed, such actions are a regular occurrence in the investment industry. Investment schemes routinely assess and optimize their portfolios to achieve better returns, manage risks, and adapt to market conditions. The delisting of securities through redemptions allows fund managers to align their holdings with their investment strategies.

The partial delisting of 400,000 STXCHN securities indicates an adjustment in the composition of the Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio, possibly signaling a shift in the scheme’s investment strategy or market outlook. Investors holding these delisted securities should review their portfolios and consider alternative options.

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