Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Constellation Healthcare Technologies LSE:CHT London Ordinary Share USU210051004 CMN SHS USD0.0001 (DI/REG S)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 216.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 52.1 7.7 7.5 24.4 197.33

Constellation Healthcare Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/2/2017
13:44
has anyone received their promissory notes yet or been on to their brokers to find out whats going on?
parmared off
10/2/2017
10:01
hi scorpione - check your messages
parmared off
10/2/2017
09:51
Thanks Parmared, I did all that; complaint is in anyway so if they messed up they will have to reimburse me!
scorpione
09/2/2017
19:47
this is assuming that the corporate action teams bothered reading the statement in the first place. as a beneficial holder you are really at their mercy!
parmared off
09/2/2017
19:07
Details of the tax deduction arrangement were contained within the proxy statement. The corporate actions team of your broker should have sent you a W8Ben form to fill in (as you are the beneficial holder) and return to them. They in turn ,upon receipt of your form, should have filled out another form (as they are the registered holders) and passed these on to the registrars.
parmared off
09/2/2017
17:26
Out of interest, who told you about the tax deduction arrangement.
scorpione
09/2/2017
16:45
Unless of course they are planning on paying off the notes within this tax year?
parmared off
09/2/2017
16:11
It would appear that they have subtracted the withholding tax due on the promissory notes from the other "dividend payment"How can they subtract tax on something that may never materialise? Flipping wotnots
parmared off
08/2/2017
11:37
Barclays have not sent any proceeds through at all yet. Abysmal.
rivaldo
07/2/2017
21:25
Hi Parmared Off You are quoting a different split of the $2.93 between capital and income to what has done by Capita and distributed. Have Capita acknowledged they have made a mistake and if so do they plan to correct it? It will messy to correct the withholding tax effect on income portion.
100laila
07/2/2017
20:02
Done the calcs on mine - all recvd from TD Waterhouse. 0.76 tax free at exchange rate around 1.259 2.17 with 15% tax at exchange rate around 1.244 So almost 209p per share with the possibility of claiming the tax back and the more distant promissory notes. Naturally wish I'd sold at market but at least I have most of the money to re-invest.
melody9999
07/2/2017
17:09
yes very good to hear gargleblaster , happy for you that yours is tucked safely away into a pension. This withholding tax is an absolute pain and I cant quite understand how this whole deal was allowed to be set up as such - unless of course Parmar & co stand to benefit from it in some way? I mean will there be a pool of money set aside for tax that CHT have the benefit of until the payment deadline?
parmared off
07/2/2017
16:44
Good to hear gargleblaster; that means there is hope for me and my wife whose holdings were in a pension like you. Dividend payments were added to our accounts today but in total funds are still short and Selftrade seem up to their old tricks again! Their back office has not responded to the query raised.
scorpione
07/2/2017
15:57
Well - I seem to have received 2 chunks, one based on 217c (exchange rate 0.805146) and one based on 75.4c - giving a total of 292.4c (call it 293p - bar currency fluctuations). This is more than I was expecting and appears to indicate no withholding tax, unless I am missing something, and seems to be in line with what Redleaf told me (see entry 782). Mind you this is in a pension plan, so that may have effected the tax position.
gargleblaster
07/2/2017
14:00
You can reclaim the tax but you have to wait until the next financial year in the US (Jan 18) . I will keep this thread up to date with the various forms needed to be filled in and filed with the IRS as soon as I have had these forms confirmed by my advisor. (If you need help filling the forms out, when the time comes, there is an international IRS helpline that you can call and they will help you with them. The guy I spoke to said it would take him 10mins to help me fill out the forms and was more than happy to help)Out of interest it would be good to now if you have had any info re the promissory notes and whether they are A class or B
parmared off
07/2/2017
13:50
I haven't seen the TDI formal notification yet but yes,the 186.67 is showing as a dividend and grossed up by 15% pretty much equals 293c when added to the capital payment. Am I correct in thinking we all suffer the 15% US tax and can't reclaim it? (mine are in an ISA). Mind you, given the FT article recently, I'm relieved to get this much !
jimbob17
07/2/2017
13:39
For people that received the equivalent of 76c Capita have fessed up to their mistake and are sending out an additional 43 cents - thanks Jim bob for mentioning the sums you have received as the latter is the one being classed as a dividend. I a,presuming from the figure that they have applied 15% withholding tax?
parmared off
07/2/2017
13:25
To be fair to TD Invest,after my earlier complaining, they have credited me with 76c this morning and an additional 186.67c (60.37 p and 148.29 p)although the latter is pending so not spendable yet.
jimbob17
06/2/2017
22:51
One person at Capita said 77c and two others I spoke to there said 76c. I couldn't work out how they had come to that figure and hopefully they are getting back to me tomorrow to explain their calculation. They did seem quite convinced that this first payment covered the non taxable portion of the deal so obviously I got rather concerned. Your payment give or take a few pence is very close to the figure I had been discussing with them - albeit in cents. I'm fully on the case but if more peeps want to join in then I suggest taking this up with your broker's corporate actions team and ask them to query Capita as to the payments due to be received.
parmared off
06/2/2017
22:32
Parmared off - did Capita inform you that they were paying 76c rather than 119c? Not sure if 58.91p equates to 76c - as it would imply an exchange rate of 1.29 and I don't believe that the £ has been that high recently. I can feel a Diane Abbot migraine coming on!
gargleblaster
06/2/2017
22:10
I also have payment of 0.5891 pounds per share from AJBell. Speaking to them last week they said they automatically do form W8-BEN on behalf of their clients for all US stocks.
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