On 08 June 2021, one or more of CGC’s management companies acquired 198,452 shares of the Company, resulting in a shareholding amounting to 5.067% of total voting rights and 5.067% of total share capital.
I’ve read this a few times now, what does this really mean, and why does it need to be written like this?
The Capital Group Companies, Inc. (”CGC”) is the parent company of Capital Research and Management Company (”CRMC”) and Capital Bank & Trust Company (”CB&T”). CRMC is a U.S.-based investment management company that serves as investment manager to the American Funds family of mutual funds and institutional clients. CRMC and its investment manager affiliates manage equity assets for various investment companies through three divisions, Capital Research Global Investors, Capital International Investors and Capital World Investors. CRMC is the parent company of Capital Group International, Inc. (”CGII”), which in turn is the parent company of four investment management companies (”CGII management companies”): Capital International, Inc., Capital International Limited, Capital International Sàrl and Capital International K.K. CGII management companies and CB&T primarily serve as investment managers to institutional clients. CB&T is a U.S.-based investment management company that is a registered investment adviser and an affiliated federally chartered bank.
The Apple AirTag uses the Nordic nRF52832, so maybe this is related to this, not sure.
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