Distributions


Period Record date Payment date Amount Nature
2nd half 2019 27 September 2019 4 October 2019 15.0 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2019 25 March 2019 5 April 2019

15.0 cents per security
- 7.8 cents per security
- 0.2 cents per security
- 7.0 cents per security

 

Capital return
Australian unfranked dividend
Foreign source income

2nd half 2018 24 September 2018 5 October 2018

12.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 11.3 cents per security


Australian unfranked dividend
Capital return

1st half 2018 6 April 2018 13 April 2018 12.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2017 21 September 2017 29 September 2017 10.0 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2017 31 March 2017 7 April 2017 10.0 cents per security
- 0.2 cents per security
- 9.8 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2016 22 September 2016 30 September 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.3 cents per security
- 8.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2016 18 March 2016 31 March 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.5 cents per security
- 8.5 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2015 22 September 2015 30 September 2015 10.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 9.3 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2015 24 March 2015 31 March 2015 6.0 cents per security
- 1.3 cents per security
- 4.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2014 24 September 2014 8 October 2014 8.2 cents per security
- 1.8 cents per security
- 6.4 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return1
1st half 2014 21 March 2014 4 April 2014 5.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2013 23 September 2013 4 October 2013 3.3 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2013 8 April 2013 19 April 2013 2.4 cents per security Foreign source income

1 In October 2014, following the second half 2014 distribution, ATLIX received a Class Ruling (Class Ruling CR 2014/85) from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding the 6.4 cent per security capital return. The Class Ruling confirmed that no part of the capital return component of the distribution was to be characterised as a dividend for Australian taxation purposes.

2 In April 2015, ATLIX received a Private Binding Ruling (Ruling) from the ATO to confirm certain taxation implications arising for ATLIX in relation to the first half 2015 distribution and subsequent distributions through to 30 June 2019. In the Ruling the ATO has confirmed that, in the absence of a material change in the circumstances disclosed in the Ruling, it will not seek to apply either section 45B or 45C to the capital component of these distributions. Section 45B is an integrity measure which, if it applies, allows the ATO to deem some or all of a capital distribution to be a dividend for Australian income tax purposes.

Accordingly, ATLIX believes that Australian taxpayers should treat this component as a capital return, as advised in the distribution statements sent to investors. Australian taxpayers should monitor their cost base in ATLIX, as capital gains may need to be recorded once an investor's capital base has been fully returned. To assist with this assessment, cost base calculators are available on this website in Investor Resources.

 

Details of distributions paid by MIG from the date of listing to the date of restructure into Intoll and ALX are set out below:

Distributions


PeriodRecord datePayment dateAmountNature
2nd half 2018 24 September 2018 5 October 2018

12.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 11.3 cents per security


Australian unfranked dividend
Capital return

1st half 2018 6 April 2018 13 April 2018 12.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2017 21 September 2017 29 September 2017 10.0 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2017 31 March 2017 7 April 2017 10.0 cents per security
- 0.2 cents per security
- 9.8 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2016 22 September 2016 30 September 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.3 cents per security
- 8.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2016 18 March 2016 31 March 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.5 cents per security
- 8.5 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2015 22 September 2015 30 September 2015 10.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 9.3 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2015 24 March 2015 31 March 2015 6.0 cents per security
- 1.3 cents per security
- 4.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2014 24 September 2014 8 October 2014 8.2 cents per security
- 1.8 cents per security
- 6.4 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return1
1st half 2014 21 March 2014 4 April 2014 5.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2013 23 September 2013 4 October 2013 3.3 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2013 8 April 2013 19 April 2013 2.4 cents per security Foreign source income

1 In October 2014, following the second half 2014 distribution, ATLIX received a Class Ruling (Class Ruling CR 2014/85) from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding the 6.4 cent per security capital return. The Class Ruling confirmed that no part of the capital return component of the distribution was to be characterised as a dividend for Australian taxation purposes.

2 In April 2015, ATLIX received a Private Binding Ruling (Ruling) from the ATO to confirm certain taxation implications arising for ATLIX in relation to the first half 2015 distribution and subsequent distributions through to 30 June 2019. In the Ruling the ATO has confirmed that, in the absence of a material change in the circumstances disclosed in the Ruling, it will not seek to apply either section 45B or 45C to the capital component of these distributions. Section 45B is an integrity measure which, if it applies, allows the ATO to deem some or all of a capital distribution to be a dividend for Australian income tax purposes.

Accordingly, ATLIX believes that Australian taxpayers should treat this component as a capital return, as advised in the distribution statements sent to investors. Australian taxpayers should monitor their cost base in ATLIX, as capital gains may need to be recorded once an investor's capital base has been fully returned. To assist with this assessment, cost base calculators are available on this website in Investor Resources.

 

Details of distributions paid by MIG from the date of listing to the date of restructure into Intoll and ALX are set out below:

Distributions


PeriodRecord datePayment dateAmountNature
2nd half 2018 24 September 2018 5 October 2018

12.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 11.3 cents per security


Australian unfranked dividend
Capital return

1st half 2018 6 April 2018 13 April 2018 12.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2017 21 September 2017 29 September 2017 10.0 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2017 31 March 2017 7 April 2017 10.0 cents per security
- 0.2 cents per security
- 9.8 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2016 22 September 2016 30 September 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.3 cents per security
- 8.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2016 18 March 2016 31 March 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.5 cents per security
- 8.5 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2015 22 September 2015 30 September 2015 10.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 9.3 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2015 24 March 2015 31 March 2015 6.0 cents per security
- 1.3 cents per security
- 4.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2014 24 September 2014 8 October 2014 8.2 cents per security
- 1.8 cents per security
- 6.4 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return1
1st half 2014 21 March 2014 4 April 2014 5.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2013 23 September 2013 4 October 2013 3.3 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2013 8 April 2013 19 April 2013 2.4 cents per security Foreign source income

1 In October 2014, following the second half 2014 distribution, ATLIX received a Class Ruling (Class Ruling CR 2014/85) from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding the 6.4 cent per security capital return. The Class Ruling confirmed that no part of the capital return component of the distribution was to be characterised as a dividend for Australian taxation purposes.

2 In April 2015, ATLIX received a Private Binding Ruling (Ruling) from the ATO to confirm certain taxation implications arising for ATLIX in relation to the first half 2015 distribution and subsequent distributions through to 30 June 2019. In the Ruling the ATO has confirmed that, in the absence of a material change in the circumstances disclosed in the Ruling, it will not seek to apply either section 45B or 45C to the capital component of these distributions. Section 45B is an integrity measure which, if it applies, allows the ATO to deem some or all of a capital distribution to be a dividend for Australian income tax purposes.

Accordingly, ATLIX believes that Australian taxpayers should treat this component as a capital return, as advised in the distribution statements sent to investors. Australian taxpayers should monitor their cost base in ATLIX, as capital gains may need to be recorded once an investor's capital base has been fully returned. To assist with this assessment, cost base calculators are available on this website in Investor Resources.

 

Details of distributions paid by MIG from the date of listing to the date of restructure into Intoll and ALX are set out below:

Distributions


PeriodRecord datePayment dateAmountNature
2nd half 2018 24 September 2018 5 October 2018

12.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 11.3 cents per security


Australian unfranked dividend
Capital return

1st half 2018 6 April 2018 13 April 2018 12.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2017 21 September 2017 29 September 2017 10.0 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2017 31 March 2017 7 April 2017 10.0 cents per security
- 0.2 cents per security
- 9.8 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2016 22 September 2016 30 September 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.3 cents per security
- 8.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2016 18 March 2016 31 March 2016 9.0 cents per security
- 0.5 cents per security
- 8.5 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2015 22 September 2015 30 September 2015 10.0 cents per security
- 0.7 cents per security
- 9.3 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
1st half 2015 24 March 2015 31 March 2015 6.0 cents per security
- 1.3 cents per security
- 4.7 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return2
2nd half 2014 24 September 2014 8 October 2014 8.2 cents per security
- 1.8 cents per security
- 6.4 cents per security

Foreign source income
Capital return1
1st half 2014 21 March 2014 4 April 2014 5.0 cents per security Foreign source income
2nd half 2013 23 September 2013 4 October 2013 3.3 cents per security Foreign source income
1st half 2013 8 April 2013 19 April 2013 2.4 cents per security Foreign source income

1 In October 2014, following the second half 2014 distribution, ATLIX received a Class Ruling (Class Ruling CR 2014/85) from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding the 6.4 cent per security capital return. The Class Ruling confirmed that no part of the capital return component of the distribution was to be characterised as a dividend for Australian taxation purposes.

2 In April 2015, ATLIX received a Private Binding Ruling (Ruling) from the ATO to confirm certain taxation implications arising for ATLIX in relation to the first half 2015 distribution and subsequent distributions through to 30 June 2019. In the Ruling the ATO has confirmed that, in the absence of a material change in the circumstances disclosed in the Ruling, it will not seek to apply either section 45B or 45C to the capital component of these distributions. Section 45B is an integrity measure which, if it applies, allows the ATO to deem some or all of a capital distribution to be a dividend for Australian income tax purposes.

Accordingly, ATLIX believes that Australian taxpayers should treat this component as a capital return, as advised in the distribution statements sent to investors. Australian taxpayers should monitor their cost base in ATLIX, as capital gains may need to be recorded once an investor's capital base has been fully returned. To assist with this assessment, cost base calculators are available on this website in Investor Resources.

 

Details of distributions paid by MIG from the date of listing to the date of restructure into Intoll and ALX are set out below: