Shareholder Analysis

Largest ordinary shareholders as at 30 September 2020

In accordance with the terms provided for in Section 793 of the UK Companies Act, 2006 and Section 56 of the South African Companies Act, 2008, the group has conducted investigations into the registered holders of its ordinary shares (including nominee and asset management companies) and the results are as disclosed below.

Investec plc

Shareholder analysis by manager group Number of shares % holding
1. Allan Gray (ZA)        75,972,089 10.91%
2. Prudential Portfolio Mgrs (ZA)        75,368,463 10.83%
3. Public Investment Corporation (ZA)        59,299,979 8.52%
4. BlackRock Inc (US & UK)        32,305,133 4.64%
5. The Vanguard Group, Inc (US & UK)        28,341,045 4.07%
6. Norges Bank Investment Mgt (OSLO)        19,576,459 2.81%
7. Investec Staff Share Scheme (UK)        17,731,690 2.55%
8. Schroders (UK)        15,911,949 2.29%
9. Legal & General Group (UK)        15,028,740 2.16%
10. Fairtree Capital (ZA)        14,271,208 2.05%
Cumulative total     353,806,755 50.83%

The top 10 shareholders account for 50.83% of the total shareholding in Investec plc. This information is based on a threshold of 20,000 shares. Some major fund managers hold additional shares below this, which may cause the above figures to be marginally understated.

Investec Limited

Shareholder analysis by manager group Number of shares % holding
1. Public Investment Corporation        42,895,324 13.45%
2. Allan Gray        30,133,288 9.45%
3. Investec Staff Share Scheme        27,186,554 8.52%
4. Visio Capital Mgt        11,719,723 3.67%
5. BlackRock Inc        10,061,594 3.16%
6. The Vanguard Group, Inc          9,935,283 3.12%
7. Absa Group Limited          9,399,669 2.95%
8. Westwood Global Investments          8,709,473 2.73%
9. Sanlam Group          7,086,120 2.22%
10. Laurium Capital          7,006,465 2.20%
Cumulative total     164,133,493 51.47%

The top 10 shareholders account for 51.47% of the total shareholding in Investec Limited. This information is based on a threshold of 20,000 shares. Some major fund managers hold additional shares below this, which may cause the above figures to be marginally understated.