• Section 3: Your AGL Energy ordinary shares

    Column 9 - Number of AGL Energy shares received

    Enter the same number as you have in column 2

    Under the transaction, you received 1 New Alinta converting share for each AGL share you owned. In turn you received 1 AGL Energy share for each New Alinta converting share that was bought back. Therefore, you will have the same number of AGL Energy shares as you used to own in AGL.

    Column 10 - Cost base of your AGL Energy shares

    AGL Energy shares received for pre-CGT AGL shares

    You do not need to complete this column for any AGL Energy shares you received for your pre-CGT AGL shares.

    AGL Energy shares received for your post-CGT AGL shares

    As you did in Column 6, you need to apportion the cost base of your AGL shares between your New Alinta shares and your AGL Energy shares. To work out the amount attributable to your AGL Energy shares, use the following formula:

    Cost base of your AGL shares (column 3)   72.03%*

    * This percentage represents the amount of the cost base that is attributable to your AGL Energy shares, based on the same relative market value calculations that were used in column 6.

    Column 11 - Cost base of your AGL Energy shares

    AGL Energy shares received for pre-CGT AGL shares

    The first element of the cost base of each of any AGL Energy shares you received for pre-CGT AGL shares is $15.40. This has already been completed for you.

    AGL Energy shares received for your post-CGT AGL shares

    To work out the first element of the cost base (and reduced cost base) of each of your AGL Energy shares, use the following formula:

    Cost base amount
       (column 10)

     

    Number of AGL Energy shares
         (column 9)

    Column 12 - Acquisition Date

    For all purposes, including the CGT discount, the acquisition date of your AGL Energy shares is the date of the merger transaction (25 October 2006).

      Last modified: 06 Oct 2009QC 19171