The price or value of shares in fixed share capital companies may reflect either a discount or a premium to the net asset value of the underlying assets. It may also be the case in some circumstances that there is either directors' or investors' discretion to allow or require the buy-back of shares if there is a discount of a certain level between the net asset value of the arrangements and the share price.

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