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For capital gains tax purposes, securityholders who hold a stapled security in Centuria Capital Group are required to apportion the cost of each security between the cost base of shares in Centuria Capital Limited and the cost base of units in Centuria Capital Fund. The cost base is relevant for any sale or disposal of securities in Centuria Capital Group and the receipt of any tax deferred distributions.
This apportionment is required to be done on a reasonable basis. One reasonable way to determine cost base (and allocation of sale proceeds) is to apply a Net Tangible Asset approach in respect of the stapled entities using the following information:
|Date||Centuria Capital Limited||Centuria Capital Fund||Centuria Capital Group|
|30 June 2021||28.14%||71.86%||100.00%|
|31 December 2020||33.44%||66.56%||100.00%|
|30 June 2020||24.49%||75.51%||100.00%|
|31 December 2019||15.75%||84.25%||100.00%|
|30 June 2019||23.30%||76.70%||100.00%|
|31 December 2018||27.89%||72.11%||100.00%|
|30 June 2018||29.39%||70.61%||100.00%|
|31 December 2017||28.47%||71.53%||100.00%|
|30 June 2017||21.79%||78.21%||100.00%|
|31 December 2016||19.58%||80.42%||100.00%|
|17 October 2016 (stapling)||19.14%||80.86%||100.00%|
Please note that the correct apportionment rate to be used depends on the relevant date of the specific transaction. The apportionment rate relevant for the acquisition of a stapled security may differ from the rate on disposal.
Centuria Capital Group typically announces its Net Tangible Assets each 31 December and 30 June.