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Brait SE (BATJ.J)

BATJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

3,887.28ZAc
18 May 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Brait SE says reported NAV per share at Sept 30 was 66.62​ rand
Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017 

Nov 15 (Reuters) - Brait Se ::‍BRAIT'S REPORTED RAND NAV PER SHARE AT 30 SEPTEMBER 2017 IS ZAR66.62​.‍HY DILUTED​ LOSS AND HEADLINE LOSS PER SHARE OF 1,421 CENTS VERSUS 785 CENTS YEAR AGO.  Full Article

Brait SE allocates 100 mln euros to buyback programme over next 12 mnths
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016 

Brait Se : Intends to continue its ordinary share buyback programme . Objectives of buyback programme are to reduce capital of company .Maximum amount allocated to buyback programme over next 12 months is 100 million euros.  Full Article

Brait says NAV per share fell 3.2 pct for quarter to June 30
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 

Brait Se : Impact of uk referendum vote resulted in pound weakening; applying unchanged exchange rate co's nav per share at 30 june would be zar139.93; up 2.7 percent .Nav per share decreased by 3.2% to zar131.94 for quarter ended 30 june 2016 (31 march 2016: zar136.27 per share).  Full Article

Brait SE says NAV per share at March 31 at zar136.27
Tuesday, 14 Jun 2016 

Brait SE : Audited results for year ended 31 march 2016 and proposed bonus share issue or, alternatively, cash dividend . Brait proposes an ordinary share bonus issue, or alternatively, cash dividend of zar1.3627 per ordinary share (76.7% increase on fy2015) . Brait's reported nav per share at 31 March 2016 is zar136.27 which represents growth of 76.7% . Operating expenditure for year of zar435 million represents a ratio of 0.53% to aum (fy2015: 0.44%) compared to target of 0.85% or less . Brait's net investment inflows of zar17.7 billion .Proposed bonus share issue of new, ordinary shares with par value of eur0.22 each in proportion to shareholding of each respective shareholder.  Full Article

South African magnate Wiese relinquishes roles at investment firm Brait

JOHANNESBURG, May 9 South African tycoon Christo Wiese has stepped down from two roles at Brait SE where he is a major shareholder, citing time constraints, the investment firm said on Wednesday.