For the month of August 2015 Cadence Capital Limited returned a negative gross performance of 7.22% compared to a decrease in the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index of 7.30% and a decrease in the Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index of 4.87%.
Over the past 12 months Cadence Capital Limited has returned a positive gross performance of 8.33% outperforming the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index by 11.31% and outperforming the Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index of 17.95%. For the financial year to date Cadence Capital Limited has returned a negative gross performance of 0.93% outperforming the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index by 2.44% and outperforming the Small Ordinaries Accumulation Index by 2.46%.
The company is pleased to announce it raised $119 million through its Options exercise. The Directors showed continued commitment to the Company, exercising $12.8 million Options.
All shareholders, including those who exercised options, will be entitled to the 6.0 cent fully franked year-end dividend. The Ex-Date for the dividend is 20th October 2015 and the Payment Date is 29th October 2015. Based on the CDM share price at the 31st August 2015 this equates to a 7.6% fully-franked yield, or a 10.9% yield grossed up for franking credits.
As at the 31st August 2015 the fund was holding 32% cash (68% invested).
* Before Management and Performance Fees
**These numbers include the franking value of the substantial dividend from its RHG holding received in May 2011.
CDM Share Price and Option Returns plus Dividends & Franking
* CDM 1 year figures reflect the share price move from a premium to a discount to NTA
Fully Franked Dividends Declared Since Listing
* Off market equal access buy back
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