Kazimira. Thats right. As they now hold less than 3% there is no obligation to issue further holdings RNSs.
And they will keep selling. The further into the swap deal it goes, they don't need to hold as many shares to cover the monthly payments. If it goes down, do does the value of their holding but also the payments do too. If it goes up, the holding is worth more but again it's offset by the increased payments. They win a little bit either way. Its how they (YAGM) make their money.
Its just YAGM offloading another months worth. They will have made another swap payment to SAR so don't need to hold these shares anymore, as what they still hold is enough to cover the rest of the future payments.
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