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Jasmine Broadband Internet Infrastructure Fund: Dropping Agenda 1.2 to pave the way for secure long-term DPU

  • Agenda 1.1 and 1.3 approved; but Agenda 1.2 disapproved

  • What does it mean for JASIF?

  • What about the risk of TTTBB’s future rental serviceability?

Bualuang Securities
19 October 2022

With the lease contract amendment rejected by JASIF’s unitholders, we expect JASIF’s DPU to remain secure through Jan 2032 with the assumed 3-year renewal of the Revenue Assurance Agreement. The unit price tumble presents an opportunity for TRADING BUY again.

Agenda 1.1 and 1.3 approved; but Agenda 1.2 disapproved

The EGM of JASIF unitholders was held on Oct 18 to vote on three agendas comprising Agenda 1.1 (JAS’ sale of its investment units in JASIF and its TTTBB shares to AWN, amending certain provisions relating to the replacement of JAS with AWN and the non-competitive provision), Agenda 1.2 (the amendment to certain provisions relating to the lease and rental payment of optical fiber cables, the termination of Rental Reassurance Agreement and the Marketing Service Agreement and the increase in advance rental payment payable by TTTBB to JASIF) and Agenda 1.3 (amending certain provisions relating to the Undertaking Agreement and the termination of the Escrow Account Agreement). Each approved agenda requires at least 3/4 of total units represented by unitholders present and eligible to vote.