CONSOLIDATED INFRASTRUCTURE GRP LTD – Dealings in securities by an associate of directors of major subsidiary of Consolidated Infrastructure

CIL 201508170017A
Dealings in securities by an associate of directors of major subsidiary of Consolidated Infrastructure

Consolidated Infrastructure Group Limited
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
(Registration number 2007/004935/06)
JSE share code: CIL ISIN: ZAE000153888
(“Consolidated Infrastructure” or “the company”)


Shareholders are referred to the announcement released on SENS on 23 July 2013 wherein shareholders
were advised that Chantilly Trading 52 (Pty) Ltd (“Chantilly”), an associate of each of Leon Heymans and
David van Zyl (each a director of Consolidated Power Holdings (Pty) Ltd, a major subsidiary of the
company), had entered into a zero-cost collar in respect of in aggregate 400 000 Consolidated Infrastructure
shares, which zero-cost collar would settle in four equal tranches of 100 000 Consolidated Infrastructure
shares with settlement dates of 2 July 2015, 16 July 2015, 30 July 2015 and 13 August 2015 2015 (each a
“settlement date”), each option in respect thereof having a put strike price of R17.95 and a call strike price
of R24.04 (the “Chantilly collar”). As the share price of the Consolidated Infrastructure shares at each of
the settlement dates was more than the call strike price of R24.04, the Chantilly collar in respect of those
settlement dates was automatically settled off-market by the transfer of shares to the relevant counterparty
under the Chantilly collar (who held them pursuant to a pledge and securities loan arrangement) and
payment to Chantilly in cash of the call strike price, being in aggregate R9 616 000.

17 August 2015

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