Trading Shares in Daylesford District Community Developments Limited
Daylesford District Community Bank® Branch is operated by Daylesford District Community Developments Limited. Daylesford District Community Developments Limited also operates a Special Market called a Low Volume Market (LVM), to facilitate the trading of its shares. The conditions of this market are set out below.
Special Market Condition Notices - Low Volume Market (LVM)
Daylesford District Community Developments Limited does not hold a license to operate a financial market and is not subject to market obligations, in particular the obligation to ensure that the market is fair, transparent and orderly. The market is covered by an exemption under section 791C of the Corporations Act. Daylesford District Community Developments Limited does not provide a settlement service for trading in the market – it is the responsibility of the parties to a transaction to arrange payment between themselves.
Shares in Daylesford District Community Developments Limited have characteristics that may differ from mainstream securities.
Special characteristics of Community Bank® companies
‘One shareholder one vote’ constitutions rather than ‘one share one vote’.
Shareholder limit of 10% of issued capital for individuals and related entities.
There is a limit on profits that can be distributed to shareholders, including through dividends. By way of overview, the limit is the higher of: (a) 20% of the profits of the Company otherwise available for distribution to shareholders in the financial year, and (b) the relevant rate of return (being the weighted average interest rate on 90 day bank bills over the 12 month period plus 5%) multiplied by the average level of share capital over the 12 month period.
Persons who do not possess a ‘close connection’ with the community served by Daylesford District Community Developments Limited can be prohibited from acquiring shares in the Company.
Share transfers which result in the number of shareholders in Daylesford District Community Developments Limited falling below a fixed ‘Base Number’ will be prohibited.
These restrictions are intended to embed the community nature of Daylesford District Community Developments Limited.
Directors of Daylesford District Community Developments Limited have the right to refuse to register any transfer of shares in their unlimited discretion.
Full details of the restrictions on holding shares and Directors’ powers to refuse to register a transfer of shares are set out in the Company’s constitution. A copy of the constitution is available on request from the Company Secretary and/or LVM Contact:
Sandy Jennings Daylesford District Community Developments Limited PO Box 571 Daylesford VIC 3460
Prudent share purchasers will consider whether they should insist on Board approval of the share transfer as a condition precedent to their obligation to pay purchase money.
Stamp duty payable by the purchaser on the transfer of shares in the Company is no longer applicable in any State/Territory. It would however be prudent for the purchaser to confirm the current situation with the State or Territory Revenue Office where the Company was incorporated.
Most recent share trades for Daylesford District Community Developments Limited
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^ This trade did not occur through the company’s Low Volume Market.
Register of Interested Parties
Full list of interested traders including number of shares and desired trading price
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Register your interest
In order to buy or sell shares in Daylesford District Community Developments Limited you must first register your interest formally with the Company Secretary.
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