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Friday 11 October, 2019

Personal Assets Tst.

Publication of Circular

RNS Number : 6788P
Personal Assets Trust PLC
11 October 2019

To:                   RNS


From:              Personal Assets Trust plc


LEI:                  213800Z7ABM7RLQ41516


Date:               11 October 2019



Personal Assets Trust plc

Publication of Circular

In order to meet the continuing demand for Ordinary shares in Personal Assets Trust plc (the "Company"), the Board of Directors of the Company is seeking an early renewal of its authority to issue further Ordinary shares on a non pre-emptive basis.  Accordingly, the Company has today published a circular convening a general meeting (the "General Meeting") to be held at 2.00 p.m. on 30 October 2019 at 10 St. Colme Street, Edinburgh EH3 6AA.

At the General Meeting resolutions will be put to shareholders to give the Board authority to allot up to 263,779 Ordinary shares (which represents 10 per cent. of the Company's current issued share capital) and to disapply the rights of pre-emption in relation to the allotment of these shares.

If such authority is granted by shareholders the Directors will use the authority to issue shares on a non pre-emptive basis only: (i) at a premium to net asset value per Ordinary share; (ii) to meet demand from investors; and (iii) when the Directors believe that it is in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders to do so.

A copy of the circular has been submitted to the Financial Conduct Authority and will be available for inspection at the National Storage Mechanism which is located at

Steven Davidson

Company Secretary


Enquiries: 0131 538 1400


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