BIT - Net Asset Values as at 20 May 2022
JANUS HENDERSON FUND MANAGEMENT UK LIMITED
THE BANKERS INVESTMENT TRUST PLC
LEGAL ENTITY IDENTIFIER: 213800B9YWXL3X1VMZ69
23 May 2022
As at close of business on 20 May 2022, the unaudited net asset value per share calculated in accordance with the AIC formula (including current financial year revenue items and excluding shares held in treasury) was 107.3p and the net asset value per share with debt marked at fair value was 107.2p. As the Company’s shares are now ex-dividend, the dividend has been deducted from the net asset value.
As at close of business on 20 May 2022, the unaudited net asset value per share (excluding current financial year revenue items and shares held in treasury) was 106.5p and the net asset value per share with debt marked at fair value was 106.5p.
The Company’s debenture is fair valued daily, based on its market value, while loan notes and short-term borrowings are valued at par.
For further information, please call:
Janus Henderson Investors
Telephone: 020 7818 1818
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