Over the last few weeks Old Mutual shareholders have been voting on a proposed redesign of the 172-year old Group:
A process (called “managed separation”) that will separate its four underlying businesses in Africa, the UK and elsewhere, into standalone businesses.
Old Mutual is firm in its belief that this strategy will unlock value for shareholders.
Full details of the plan (as well as information on how to vote) has been compiled into a special Shareholder Pack and sent in the post.
Voting is closing soon so, if you haven’t already done so, you are urged to read this and vote as soon as possible.
If you’re a shareholder and didn’t receive your Shareholder Pack please contact Link Market Services on +27 (0)86 140 0110 or +27 (0)11 029 0251.
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