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OLD MUTUAL PLC - Total Voting Rights and Shares in Issue

Release Date: 18/06/2018 11:00
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Total Voting Rights and Shares in Issue

   ISIN CODE: GB00B77J0862
   Old Mutual

   Ref 218/18
   18 June 2018


   The Company’s issued ordinary share capital at 18 June 2018 comprised 4,942,048,355 ordinary
   shares of 11 3/7p each and, in accordance with Rule 5.6.1R of the FCA’s Disclosure Guidance and
   Transparency Rules, the total number of voting rights for the purposes of calculating disclosable
   interests in the Company’s ordinary share capital was also 4,942,048,355.

   The Company does not expect there to be any further issuance of ordinary share capital before the
   completion of the managed separation.

   Upon admission on 25 June 2018, the issued share capital of Quilter plc will be 1,902,251,098 ordinary
   shares of seven pence each. Upon admission on 26 June 2018, the issued share capital of Old Mutual
   Limited will be 4,942,048,355 shares of no par value each.

   Accordingly, the total number of voting rights in Quilter plc will be 1,902,251,098 and in Old Mutual
   Limited will be 4,942,048,355.

   The above figures may be used by shareholders (and others with notification obligations) as the
   denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest
   in, or a change to their interest in, Quilter plc and/or Old Mutual Limited under the Disclosure Guidance
   and Transparency Rules after 25 June 2018.

   External communications
   Patrick Bowes                                +44 20 7002 7440

    Investor relations
    Dominic Lagan (Old Mutual plc)               +44 20 7002 7190
    John-Paul Crutchley (Quilter)                +44 20 7002 7016
    Nwabisa Piki (Old Mutual Limited)            +27 11 217 1951

    William Baldwin-Charles                     +44 20 7002 7133
                                                    +44 7834 524833

    Notes to Editors

    About Old Mutual plc
    Old Mutual plc is a holding company for several financial services companies. In March 2016, it
    announced a new strategy of managed separation entailing the separation of its underlying businesses
    into independently-listed, standalone entities.

    BrightSphere Investment Group, a US based institutional asset manager, which rebranded from OM
    Asset Management in March 2018, is now independent from Old Mutual. The remaining underlying
    businesses are:

    OML (which includes Old Mutual Emerging Markets): Old Mutual Limited has an ambition to become
    a premium financial services group in sub-Saharan Africa and offers a broad spectrum of financial
    solutions to retail and corporate customers across key market segments in 17 countries.

    Nedbank: Nedbank ranks as a top-5 bank by capital on the African continent and Ecobank, in which
    Nedbank maintains a 21.2% shareholding, ranks within the top-10 banks by assets on the African

    Quilter: Quilter plc (formerly Old Mutual Wealth) is a leader in the UK and in selected offshore markets
    in wealth management, providing advice-led investment solutions and investment platforms to over
    900,000 customers, principally in the affluent market segment.

    For the year ended 31 December 2017, Old Mutual reported an adjusted operating profit before tax of
    £2.0 billion. For further information on Old Mutual plc and the underlying businesses, please visit the
    corporate website at

    Merrill Lynch South Africa (Pty) Ltd

    Joint Sponsor:
    Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking

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