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newbie201   Thursday, 11/08/18 06:31:20 AM
Re: Renee post# 58
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Reply to Post #58 by Renee:

"HNHPF: effective Oct. 30,2018: Holders will be required to surrender their GDSs to be exchanged for (i) new GDSs at a rate of 0.8 new GDSs for every existing GDS surrendered and (ii) the US dollar equivalent NT$4.0. No factional new GDSs will be issued. Fractional entitlements will be aggregated and sold. Cash-in-lieu: Gross US Dollar Rate: US$0.128756 per GDS surrendered, Depositary Fee: US$0.020000 per GDS surrendered, Net US Dollar Rate: US$0.108756 per GDS surrendered. A fee of US$0.11 will be charged per GDS surrendered.

Reverse split ratio .08 (8 tenths) share for one:

http://otce.finra.org/DLSymbolNameChanges";


The fees totals to $0.13/sh -- more than the dividend itself. Furthermore, some of us have to pay income taxes on the Gross dividend of $0.129/sh One would be better off not getting that dividend at all!!!

What is that $0.11/share fee and who is getting that fee. I was charged $.09/sh (titled GDR processing fee) + a flat "reorganization" fee by the brokerage firm. Since the $0.11 and $0.09/sh fee seems to vary with the brokerage firm - and therefore not a fee charged by the custodial bank for the depository receipts for the stock?

Anyone has more info on that fee?

[Normally an ADR processing fee (for foreign stock dividends) is MUCH lower. I don't know what is the difference between ADR and GDR.]

TIA


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