Announcement of a new listing of “CBL31” financial instruments – SENS


New financial instrument listing announcement “CBL31”

Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa
(Registration No. 1980/003695/06)
Company Code: BICAP
Stock Code: CBL31
ISIN Code: ZAG000191933


The JSE Limited has granted Capitec Bank Limited a listing of CBL31
Unsecured Unsubordinated Floating Rate Notes on the Interest Rate
Market with effect from 21 November 2022 under its Domestic Medium
Term Note Programme dated 12 May 2021.

ISIN: ZAG000191933
Debt Security Code: CBL31
Authorised Programme Size: ZAR 8,000,000,000
Total Notes Issued (including ZAR 2,000,000,000
current issuance):
Instrument Type: Floating Rate Note
Nominal Issued: ZAR 750,000,000
Issue Price: 100%
Coupon Rate: Three-month JIBAR plus 1.30% as
per the Applicable Pricing
Coupon Rate Indicator: Floating
Trade Type: Price
Final Maturity Date: 21 November 2025
Books Close Date(s): 16 February, 16 May, 16 August
and 16 November
Interest Payment Date(s): 21 February, 21 May, 21 August
and 21 November
Last Day to Register: By 17:00 (South African time) on
15 February, 15 May, 15 August
and 15 November
Issue Date: 21 November 2022
Date Convention: Following Business Day
Interest Commencement Date: 21 November 2022
First Interest Payment Date: 21 February 2023
Additional Information: Unsubordinated Unsecured Floating
Rate Notes

The note will be dematerialised in the Central Securities Depository
(“CSD”) and settlement will take place electronically in terms of
JSE Rules.

17 November 2022

Debt Sponsor
PSG Capital

Date: 17-11-2022 12:00:00
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