|Security||SPKKY / Spark New Zealand Limited|
NZTCF / Spark New Zealand Limited|
NZTCY / Spark New Zealand Limited
Institutional and Fund Ownership - Sellers
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|File Date||Form||Investor||Prev Shares||Current Shares||Change
|Prev Value (x$1000)||Current Value (x$1000)||Change|
|2018‑07‑18||13F‑HR||World Asset Management Inc||14,589||10,993||-24.65||176||139||-21.02|
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