|Net Asset Value (NAV) per share (in CHF)|
as at 13 August 2020
as at 6 August 2020
as at 30 July 2020
Alpine Select’s goal is to achieve attractive absolute returns by building a diversified portfolio investing in securities, quoted or otherwise, of Swiss and foreign corporations. Furthermore, Alpine Select takes positions in special situations (significant transactional events such as spin-offs, acquisitions, arbitrages, mergers, carve-outs and recapitalizations).
It is the intention of Alpine Select to be recognized as an efficient company. Accordingly, emphasis is on retaining a light and flexible cost structure with the Company contracting outside expertise when cost/benefit of such advice can be demonstrated
Alpine Select applies a shareholder friendly dividend policy: The Company intends to distribute a dividend to shareholders, taking the return goals and economic situations of the Company into consideration (since 2014 an annual dividend has been distributed).
It is the intention of Alpine Select to be recognized as an efficient company. Accordingly, emphasis is on retaining a light and flexible cost structure with the Company contracting outside expertise when cost/benefit of such advice can be demonstrated.
Due to its listing on the Swiss Stock Exchange, Alpine offers daily liquidity within a stable regulatory environment.
Pooling of investors’ interest through investment policy and business Credo
Access the investment capabilities of the experienced Alpine Select investment team
Members of the investment team are significantly invested in Alpine Select Ltd. and Alpine Select Alternative Fund
Cost efficient set-up: 'Performance before growth'
Stable regulatory environment, regular updates and reports
The Ordinary Shareholders' Meeting of Alpine Select Ltd. held on 20 May 2020 authorized the board of directors to repurchase up to 10% of the share capital in the period up to the ordinary shareholders' meeting in 2022 for the subsequent definitive cancellation of the shares through a capital reduction.
Based on this authorization the board of directors has decided to launch a new share buyback program on a second trading line at SIX Swiss Exchange. Starting 26 June 2020 (first trading day) a maximum of 925,797 registered shares or an equal of 9.00% of the share capital (10.00% of the outstanding share capital after execution of a capital reduction also resolved by the ordinary shareholders' meeting). The actual number of shares bought back will be determined by Alpine Select's freely available liquidity on the one hand and by the supply on the second trading line on the other hand. The shares will be repurchased in the period between 26 June 2020 and 31 May 2022. After completion of the share buyback program, the board of directors will propose to the ordinary shareholders' meeting the capital reduction by cancellation of all shares purchased within this buyback program.
The maximum buyback volume per day is 3,271 shares (calculated according to Article 123 para. 1 lit. c FinraV).
Click here for an overview on the progression of, and on the transactions made in own shares, during the current (2020 - 2022) share buyback program.
Based on the authorization resolution of the General Assembly of 16 May 2019, the Board of Directors of Alpine Select has decided to launch a new share buyback program on a separate trading line at SIX Swiss Exchange. Starting 29 July 2019 (first trading day) a maximum of 514,155 registered shares or an equal of 5.00 % of the share capital registered in the commercial register will be purchased for cancellation purposes. The maximum buyback volume per day is 5,492 shares (in accordance with Art. 123 para. 1 lit. c FinraV).
Click here for an overview on the progression of, and on the transactions made in own shares, during the (2019 - 2021) share buyback program.
Based on the authorization resolution of the General Assembly of 16 May 2019, the Board of Directors of Alpine Select has decided on repurchasing a maximum of 514,155 registered shares (which corresponds to a maximum of 4.59% of the outstanding share capital currently registered in the commercial register or a maximum of 5% of the outstanding share capital following the cancellation of 919,795 own shares on 22 July 2019) by issuing tradeable put options:
When considering whether to sell the put options on the stock exchange or to exercise them in order to tender registered shares, shareholders are advised to follow the instructions and recommendations of their custodian bank or other professional advisers.
The Board of Directors of Alpine Select intends to ask the next Shareholders' Meeting to resolve on the cancellation of the repurchased shares and on the corresponding capital reduction.
In addition, the Board of Directors of Alpine Select is considering launching a new share buyback program on a second trading line, following the share buyback program through the issuance of tradeable put options.
Press Release Launch Buyback
Buyback Notice - 27 June 2019
Successful completion of the repurchase of own shares by issuing tradeable put options for the purpose of capital reduction
In total, 510,980 registered shares were tendered which corresponds to 4.56% of the share capital registered in the commercial register. The net purchase price (exercise price minus 35% withholding tax calculated on the difference between the exercise price and the nominal value) will be paid on 19 July 2019. The board of directors of Alpine Select will propose to the next Shareholders' Meeting the cancellation of all registered shares repurchased under this share buyback program.
18 September 1997
SIX Swiss Exchange, Swiss Standard Segment
Stock Exchange Symbol
ALPN SW EQUITY
Types of shares:
Net Asset Value
Published on the Company Website, in Finanz und Wirtschaft, Zurich (Saturday edition), on various data providers
Bank Julius Bär & Co. AG
Out of retained earnings