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  1. How many CCT shares are in issue?
  2. What are the stock symbols of CCT?
  3. What amounts of distributions have been paid so far and when were they paid?
  4. When is the next payment date?
  5. In which indices are the CCT units included?
  6. Where can I find historical financial information on CCT?
  7. Is there any tax on the distribution from a REIT?

1. How many CCT shares are in issue?

CCT has 2,976,666,000 (Rounded to the nearest thousand) Units in issue as at 16 May 2017.

2. What are the stock symbols of CCT?

ISIN Code SG1P32918333
SGX Security Name CapitaLand Commercial Trust
SGX Counter Name CapitaCom Trust
SGX Counter Code C61U
Bloomberg CCT SP
Reuters CACT.SI

3. What amounts of distributions have been paid so far and when were they paid?

Please see Distribution under Financial Information.

4. When is the next payment date?

CCT pays distribution on a semi-annual basis within 60 days after the close of every half year/six months.

5. In which indices are the CCT Units included?

CCT is included in the following indices:

FTSE Straits Times Index
The Straits Times Index is the most globally-recognised benchmark index and market barometer for Singapore. With a history dating back to 1966, it tracks the performance of the top 30 largest and most liquid companies listed on the Singapore Exchange.
FTSE ST Mid-Cap Index
The FTSE ST Mid-Cap Index is a market value-weighted stock market index.
FTSE/ASEAN Index
A benchmark index providing an indication of the financial performance of the top 180 large and mid cap companies from the five ASEAN regions: Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
FTSE4GOOD Global Index
Created by the global index provider FTSE Russell, FTSE4Good is an equity index series that is designed to facilitate investment in companies that meet globally recognised corporate responsibility standards. Companies in the FTSE4Good Index Series have met stringent environmental, social and governance criteria, and are positioned to capitalise on the benefits of responsible business practice.
MSCI Global Standard Indices
EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index The FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index Series is designed to track the performance of listed real estate companies and REITS worldwide.
S&P/Citigroup BMI World Property Index A market-capitalisation-weighted index maintained by Standard and Poor's providing a broad measure of the global equities markets. The S&P/Citigroup Broad Market Index (BMI) Global includes approximately 11,000 companies in more than 52 countries covering both developed and emerging markets.
GPR 250 Property Securities Index The GPR 250 Property Securities Index consists of the 250 most liquid property companies worldwide, and only uses the tradable market capitalisation of these companies as index weights.
GPR 250 REIT Sub-Index
GPR General Index
The purpose of the GPR General Index is to reflect the performance of the full global universe of property companies. The GPR General Index is a market weighted total return index.
SGX Sustainability Leaders Index This is a free-float market capitalisation-weighted index that measures the performance of best-in-class sustainability leaders listed in Singapore and the flagship index of the SGX Sustainability series.
SGX Real Estate Index The SGX Real Estate Index is a free-float market capitalisation weighted index that measures the performance of the listed real estate sector in Singapore. Constituents in the index include real estate developers, real estate operators and real estate investment trusts.
SGX Real Estate 20 Index The SGX Real Estate 20 Index is a free-float market capitalisation weighted index that measures the performance of the largest and most tradable companies in the SGX Real Estate Index.
SGX S-REIT Index The SGX S-REIT Index is a free-float market capitalisation weighted index that measures the performance of real estate investment trusts in Singapore.
SGX S-REIT 20 Index The SGX S-REIT 20 Index is an adjusted free-float market capitalisation weighted index that measures the performance of the largest and most tradable companies in the SGX S-REIT Index.

6. Where can I find historical financial information on CCT?

CCT’s past financial results can be found on the website under Financial Information. You can also gather more information from CCT’s issued annual reports for the respective financial year found under Publications section.

7. Is there any tax on the distribution from a REIT?

The trustee of CCT (“Trustee”) and the Manager will deduct income tax at the prevailing corporate tax rate at 17% from the distributions made to Unitholders that are made out of the taxable income of CCT, except where the beneficial owners are individuals or qualifying Unitholders, the Trustee and the Manager will make the distributions to such Unitholders without deducting any income tax.

A qualifying Unitholder is one who is

  1. A Singapore-incorporated company which is a tax resident in Singapore;
  2. A body of persons, other than a company or a partnership, registered or constituted in Singapore (for example, a town council, a statutory board, a registered charity, a registered co-operative society, a registered trade union, a management corporation, a club and a trade and industry association);
  3. A Singapore branch of a foreign company which has been presented a letter of approval from the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore granting waiver from tax deduction at source in respect of distributions from CCT;
  4. An agent bank or a Supplementary Retirement Scheme ("SRS") operator acting as nominee for individuals who have purchased units within the Central Provident Fund Investment Scheme or the SRS respectively; or
  5. A nominee who can demonstrate that the Units are held for beneficial owners who are individuals or who fall within the classes of Unitholders listed in (a) to (c) above.

Qualifying foreign non-individual Unitholders will receive their distributions after deduction of tax at the rate of 10% (until 31 March 2020 unless otherwise stated).

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