STXWDM Issues 100K New Securities for Global Expansion

  • SATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio (STXWDM) has issued 100,000 new securities at R80.05 each, expanding total circulation to 126.2 million.
  • This move aims to meet the growing demand for international investment options among South African investors.
  • Investors can access global markets, diversify portfolios, and explore long-term growth potential through STXWDM's expansion.
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In a significant move that could potentially reshape the investment landscape, the SATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio (STXWDM) has announced the issuance and listing of an additional 100,000 securities, effective as of today. With an issue price of approximately R80.05 per security, this development is poised to capture the attention of South African investors looking to diversify their portfolios.

SATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio – A Brief Overview

SATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio, managed within the SATRIX Collective Investment Scheme, has been a popular choice among South African investors seeking exposure to international markets. This feeder fund channels investments into the MSCI World Index, providing a cost-effective means to access a diversified range of global equities.

Expansion of SATRIXWDM Securities

As of September 5, 2023, SATRIXWDM has listed an additional 100,000 securities, signaling a strategic move by the portfolio managers to meet the growing demand from investors. These securities have been offered to the market at an issue price of approximately R80.05 each. This initiative will increase the total number of SATRIXWDM securities in circulation to an impressive 126,235,639 units.

Here’s a breakdown of the key details:

Portfolio NameSATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio
JSE CodeSTXWDM
NSX CodeSXNWDM
ISIN CodeZAE000246104
Issue Price per SecurityApproximately R80.05
Total Securities in Circulation126,235,639

This expansion comes on the back of a growing appetite among South African investors for international exposure, driven by factors such as diversification benefits and the quest for potentially higher returns in global markets.

Implications for Investors

For investors, the issuance of additional SATRIXWDM securities presents several opportunities and considerations.

1. Diversification:

With the MSCI World Index comprising a wide array of global equities, investors can achieve geographical and sectoral diversification within a single investment vehicle. This can help spread risk and enhance the stability of their portfolios.

2. Accessibility:

The issuance of additional securities increases the availability of SATRIXWDM units, making it more accessible to a broader range of investors. This is particularly beneficial for those looking to start or expand their positions in the portfolio.

3. Long-term Growth Potential:

Investors seeking exposure to global markets may view this move as an opportunity to participate in the potential long-term growth of global equities. The MSCI World Index includes companies from developed markets worldwide, offering access to various industries and regions.

Conclusion

The issuance and listing of an additional 100,000 SATRIXWDM securities at an issue price of approximately R80.05 per unit represent a noteworthy development in the South African investment landscape. This move by the SATRIX MSCI World Feeder Portfolio provides investors with more opportunities to access global markets, diversify their portfolios, and potentially benefit from the long-term growth potential of international equities.

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