- Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio delists 200,000 STXCHN securities from the JSE, reducing the total to 31,956,599 securities.
- The delisting follows the redemption of 2 STXCHN baskets and aims to optimize the portfolio in response to market conditions and investment objectives.
- Vunani Sponsors will oversee the delisting process to ensure compliance with regulations and address inquiries from market participants and investors.
Satrix Collective Investment Scheme has made an important announcement regarding the partial delisting of STXCHN securities from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) as of today. The delisting follows the redemption of 2 STXCHN baskets and will result in a revised total of 31,956,599 STXCHN securities in circulation.
Satrix MSCI China Feeder Portfolio, a registered portfolio under the Satrix Collective Investment Scheme, is known for its JSE code STXCHN and ISIN ZAE000288361. This investment scheme operates under the regulatory framework outlined in the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act of 2002.
The decision to delist 200,000 STXCHN securities represents a significant change in the composition of the portfolio. This move is expected to impact the trading dynamics surrounding the remaining securities. Investors and market participants are advised to take note of this development and adjust their investment strategies accordingly.
The redemption of the 2 STXCHN baskets and subsequent partial delisting reflects Satrix’s commitment to actively manage and optimize the portfolio in response to evolving market conditions and investment objectives. As a collective investment scheme, Satrix aims to provide investors with diversified exposure to the Chinese market through the MSCI China Index.
The delisting of securities is a common occurrence in financial markets and can be driven by various factors such as changes in portfolio composition, redemption requests, or strategic considerations. Although the immediate impact of the delisting may vary, investors’ holdings and overall exposure to the Chinese market through STXCHN securities will be adjusted accordingly.