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Nationwide Building Society (CEBB) Floating Rate PIBS

Sell:£101.50 Buy:£106.00 Change: No change *
Market closed |  Prices as at close on 22 October 2021 | Switch to live prices |
Tender Offer

Nationwide Building Society Floating Rate PIBS

Type:
Tender Offer
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 24 Jun 2021)

Nationwide Building Society is proposing to make some changes to its floating rate permanent interest-bearing shares (PIBs). At the same time they are offering to buy the PIBs back at 104p per share in a tender offer.

 

Subject to shareholder approval at a meeting on 7 July, two changes will be made to the PIBs. In summary they are:


1. Changing the benchmark index used to calculate the interest rate paid and increasing the interest rate margin by 0.2766% to compensate for the fact the new index is traditionally lower.


2. Give Nationwide the right to redeem the shares in, or after, September 2030 for 100p per share and introduce a further increase in the interest rate of 1.5% per year after 30 September 2021

 

You can tender your PIBs below. The amount you tender must be a multiple of 1,000 PIBs. If you tender your PIBs you are automatically counted as a vote in favour of the changes.

 

If you don’t wish to tender your PIBs you can vote for or against the proposals. If you want to vote in a different way for each proposal please outline this in the further details box.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

 

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Sell:£101.50
Buy:£106.00
Change: No change *
Market closed |  Prices as at close on 22 October 2021 | Switch to live prices |
Tender Offer

Nationwide Building Society Floating Rate PIBS

Type:
Tender Offer
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 24 Jun 2021)

Nationwide Building Society is proposing to make some changes to its floating rate permanent interest-bearing shares (PIBs). At the same time they are offering to buy the PIBs back at 104p per share in a tender offer.

 

Subject to shareholder approval at a meeting on 7 July, two changes will be made to the PIBs. In summary they are:


1. Changing the benchmark index used to calculate the interest rate paid and increasing the interest rate margin by 0.2766% to compensate for the fact the new index is traditionally lower.


2. Give Nationwide the right to redeem the shares in, or after, September 2030 for 100p per share and introduce a further increase in the interest rate of 1.5% per year after 30 September 2021

 

You can tender your PIBs below. The amount you tender must be a multiple of 1,000 PIBs. If you tender your PIBs you are automatically counted as a vote in favour of the changes.

 

If you don’t wish to tender your PIBs you can vote for or against the proposals. If you want to vote in a different way for each proposal please outline this in the further details box.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

 

×
Sell:£101.50
Buy:£106.00
Change: No change *
Market closed |  Prices as at close on 22 October 2021 | Switch to live prices |
Tender Offer

Nationwide Building Society Floating Rate PIBS

Type:
Tender Offer
Shareholder action required:
Yes
Status:
Update Pending
Details (last updated 24 Jun 2021)

Nationwide Building Society is proposing to make some changes to its floating rate permanent interest-bearing shares (PIBs). At the same time they are offering to buy the PIBs back at 104p per share in a tender offer.

 

Subject to shareholder approval at a meeting on 7 July, two changes will be made to the PIBs. In summary they are:


1. Changing the benchmark index used to calculate the interest rate paid and increasing the interest rate margin by 0.2766% to compensate for the fact the new index is traditionally lower.


2. Give Nationwide the right to redeem the shares in, or after, September 2030 for 100p per share and introduce a further increase in the interest rate of 1.5% per year after 30 September 2021

 

You can tender your PIBs below. The amount you tender must be a multiple of 1,000 PIBs. If you tender your PIBs you are automatically counted as a vote in favour of the changes.

 

If you don’t wish to tender your PIBs you can vote for or against the proposals. If you want to vote in a different way for each proposal please outline this in the further details box.

 

Full details of this event will be sent to Qualifying Hargreaves Lansdown clients by either post or secure message. Please note that any instruction you give must be based on the full details provided in the letter and not on the summary information outlined above.

 

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