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Unitholders’ Capital and Major Investors

Total Unitholders’ Capital

(As of August 2, 2017)

Unitholders' Capital JPY153,516,129,309
Total Number of Authorized Units 20,000,000 units
Total Number of Units Issued 4,010,847 units

The table below indicates increases (decreases) in the unitholders’ capital and the number of investment units issued and outstanding since the incorporation of JHR.

Date Capital Transaction Unitholders’ Capital
(JPY)
Number of Units
Issued
(Units)
Increase
(Decrease)
Balance Increase
(Decrease)
Balance
November 10, 2005 (*1) Incorporation through private placement of investment units 200,000,000 200,000,000 400 400
June 13, 2006 (*2) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 19,361,760,000 19,561,760,000 41,800 42,200
April 6, 2011 (*3) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 3,599,969,400 23,161,729,400 15,831 58,031
April 1, 2012 (*4) 12-1 split of Investment unit - 23,161,729,400 638,341 696,372
April 1, 2012 (*5) Merger - 23,161,729,400 1,162,909 1,859,281
September 12, 2012 (*6) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 4,855,680,000 28,017,409,400 240,000 2,099,281
October 11, 2012 (*7) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 242,784,000 28,260,193,400 12,000 2,111,281
April 17, 2013 (*8) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 20,585,130,000 48,845,323,400 510,000 2,621,281
September 9, 2014 (*9) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 10,179,600,000 59,024,923,400 170,000 2,791,281
January 27, 2015 (*10) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 14,974,800,000 73,999,723,400 200,000 2,991,281
February 18, 2015 (*11) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 676,935,834 74,676,659,234 9,041 3,000,322
June 22, 2015 (*12) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 10,500,980,000 85,177,639,234 140,000 3,140,322
July 23, 2015 (*13) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 292,902,335 85,470,541,569 3,905 3,144,227
January 20, 2016 (*14) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 13,986,410,000 99,456,951,569 170,000 3,314,227
February 17, 2016 (*15) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 631,856,640 100,088,808,209 7,680 3,321,907
July 27, 2016 (*16) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 33,813,696,560 133,902,504,769 428,260 3,750,167
August 23, 2016 (*17) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 926,943,440 134,829,448,209 11,740 3,761,907
July 5, 2017 (*18) Capital increase through public offering of investment units 17,715,340,000 152,544,788,209 236,000 3,997,907
August 2, 2017 (*19) Capital increase through third-party allotment of investment units 971,341,100 153,516,129,309 12,940 4,010,847
(*1) At the time of incorporation of JHR, investment units were issued with an issue price per unit of \500,000.
(*2) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of \480,000 (subscription price of \463,200) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*3) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of \227,400 in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties.
(*4) JHR conducted a 12-for-1 split of investment units.
(*5) JHR (the former NHF) merged with the former JHR. The merger was an absorption-type merger pursuant to Article 147 of the Investment Trusts Act where JHR is the surviving corporation and the former JHR is the absorbed corporation. Following this merger, 11 investment units of JHR after the split of investment units were delivered by allotment for each investment unit of the former JHR.
(*6) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of \20,990 (subscription price of \20,232) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*7) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of \20,232 in order to repay loans payable, etc.
(*8) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of \41,778 (subscription price of \40,363) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*9) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of \61,912 (subscription price of \59,880) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*10) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of ¥77,415 (subscription price of ¥74,874) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*11) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of ¥74,874 in order to raise funds for allocation to part of future acquisitions of specified assets, part of other repayment of loans, or capital expenditures to maintain or improve competitiveness of existing properties.
(*12) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit of ¥77,512 (subscription price of ¥75,007) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*13) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of ¥75,007 in order to raise funds for allocation to part of future acquisitions of specified assets, part of other repayment of loans, or capital expenditures to maintain or improve competitiveness of existing properties.
(*14) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit \85,020 (subscription price of \82,273) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*15) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit \82,273 in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*16) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit \81,536 (subscription price of \78,956) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*17) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of \78,956 in order to raise funds for allocation to part of future acquisitions of specified assets, part of other repayment of loans, or capital expenditures to maintain or improve competitiveness of existing properties.
(*18) New investment units were issued through public offering with an issue price per unit \77,518 (subscription price of \75,065) in order to raise funds for the acquisition of new properties, etc.
(*19) New investment units were issued through third-party allotment with an issue price per unit of \75,065 in order to raise funds for allocation to part of future acquisitions of specified assets, part of other repayment of loans, or capital expenditures to maintain or improve competitiveness of existing properties.

Major Unitholders and Unitholders of Investment Units

(As of June 30, 2017)

Name No. of Units Percentage(*)
Japan Trustee Service Bank, Ltd. (Trust) 596,908 15.86
The Master Trust Bank of Japan, Ltd. (Trust) 410,753 10.91
Trust and Custody Services Bank, Ltd. (Securities Investment Trust) 359,163 9.54
Nomura Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. 163,923 4.35
The Nomura Trust and Banking Co., Ltd. (Investment Trust) 141,635 3.76
State Street Bank & Trust Company 505012 81,115 2.15
The Bank of New York, Non-Treaty JASDEC Account 59,518 1.58
Shikoku Railway Company 58,311 1.55
Goldman Sachs International 54,984 1.46
NORTHERN TRUST CO. (AVFC) RE IEDU UCITS CLIENTS NON LENDING 15 PCT TREATY ACCOUNT 50,729 1.34
Total 1,977,039 52.55
(*) The ownership ratio is the total units held by each investor to the total units issued by JHR.