Dividends are paid quarterly in arrears in March, June, September and December each year. The dividend rate is reset every three years to the three-year interest swap rate plus a margin of 1.70%. this rate is applicable for all dividends paid in the reset period. The most recent reset was 12 March 2017, where the rate for the following three period was set at 4.32%. The next reset will be on 12 March 2020.
On 31 January 2008, an investment statement was issued by Quayside Holdings Limited offering to the general public 200 million Perpetual Preference Shares at $1 each. The investment statement and prospectus specify the terms and conditions of the offer as required by the Securities Act 1978. Click here to read the full investment statement.
INFORMATION ON YOUR
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The dividend rate is the three-year interest swap rate, plus a margin of 1.70%. The dividend rate formula is defined in the investment statement and prospectus dated 31 January 2008.
The dividend rate is reset every three years. The most recent reset was on 12 March 2017, where the rate was set for the three years. This rate will be applicable through until 12 March 2020, at which point the rate will be reset once more.
The current rate, as set on 12 March 2017, is 4.32%. This rate is applicable until 12 March 2020, when the rate will be reset again.
Quayside Holdings Limited Perpetual Preference Shares are listed on the NZDX (visit www.nzx.com – security code QHLHA) and can be traded through your broker. Refer to the following link for a list of brokers in your region: https://www.nzx.com/services/market-participants/find-a-participant. Further information about your current holding in Quayside Perpetual Preference Shares can be obtained from Computershare Investor Services on email email@example.com.
The securities are Perpetual Preference Shares. Perpetual Preference Shares have no fixed term and are not redeemable. Dividends are paid on the shares quarterly in arrears. The shares carry no voting rights.
The shares can/must be repurchased by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council (100 per cent owner of Quayside) under the following scenarios:
Put option exercised by shareholders: shareholders may, by special resolution, require the Bay of Plenty Regional Council to purchase back the shares at $1, in any of the following events:
- Quayside Holdings fails to make a dividend payment within five business days of the dividend date;
- Quayside Holdings ceases to carry on business; or
- Quayside Holdings is subject to insolvency, liquidation, receivership or similar.
Call option exercised by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, under the following two scenarios:
- The council can choose to buy back the shares at any time, so long as at least 100 million shares remain uncalled. The purchase price will be the greater of $1 or the average price that the shares have been trading at on the NZDX over the 10 preceding business days; or
- The council can choose to buy back all the shares if there is a ‘change in relevant regulation’ (for a definition of this refer to the investment statement), which has a material effect on the regulatory or tax treatment of the Perpetual Preference Shares or increases the cost to Quayside of maintaining the shares. The purchase price in this instance will be $1.
Yes – dividends are expected to be fully imputed, meaning the tax on the dividend is already paid for you. The cash amount you can expect to receive is the dividend, less 28 per cent tax (being the current company tax rate). A dividend certificate will be received which shows you the gross amount of the dividend and the tax that has been paid on your behalf. This information should be used when completing your annual tax return.