Change In Holding For TRY And IPD

  • Jan 07, 2019 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine
Change In Holding For TRY And IPD

TROY RESOURCES LIMITED (ASX: TRY) – The company provides notice of change of interests of substantial holder in Troy Resources Limited. This is given by Ruffer LLP, on the terms and conditions set out in the agreement, LFM appoints the investment manager as the discretionary investment manager of the fund (including the assets) and the investment manger accepts such appointment. For the purpose of the FSA handbook the investment manager categorises LFM as a professional client. LFM has the right to request re-categorization as a retail client at any time and give instructions from time to time.

With a view to achieve the investment objective, the investment manager will manage the fund. Subject to restrictions the investment manager normally acting as an agent will have complete discretion for the account of the fund to buy, sell, retain, exchange or otherwise deal in investments, effect transactions on any markets, negotiate and execute counterparty documentation, take all routine or day to day decisions and otherwise act as the investment manager considers appropriate in relation to the management of the fund subject at all times to the investment manager’s obligations under the FSA rules and in accordance with good industry practice. Ruffer LLP will serve as advisor to over 6,000 discretionary clients. The investment manager may request the depositary exercise all voting and other powers and discretions relating to the assets though not obliged to do so.

IMPEDIMED LIMITED (ASX: IPD) – There was a change in the interests on 02 January 2019 of the substantial holder. The previous notice was dated 27 October 2017 and the previous notice was given to the company on 27 October 2017. The class of securities are in common stock with 28,013,479 votes in previous notice and voting power of 7.46% and 24,443,264 votes in present notice and voting power of 6.45%. The total buys amounted to 1,909,186 while total sells amounted to 4,347,426. The combined total movement was 3,570,215.

The stock price of TRY has traded down by -4.545% to trade at $0.105 and has the market capitalization of $50.76 million at the current market price. The stock has seen a decent performance change of 17.02% over the past 12 months period. The stock price of IPD has traded flat at $0.190 and has the market capitalization of $72.01 million at the current market price which is near its 52-week low. The stock has seen a performance change of -81.73% over the past 12 months period.


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