Over the course of the year, the Brookfield Asset Management team makes presentations to shareholders, investors and analysts on our recent performance, our plans for the future and our prospects. We are pleased to share the materials we prepare for these presentations with all investors.

Presentations  
April 2014
2014 Value Investing Conference
March 2014
Corporate Profile
December 2013
Factsheet
December 2013
Brookfield White Paper: Real Assets – The New Essential
December 2013
 Corporate Profile 
September 2013
Brookfield Investor Day Presentation | Webcast | MP3 | Transcript
September 2013
Scotiabank Financials Summit
May 2013
Annual General Meeting Presentation | Webcast | Transcript
April 2013
Brookfield Overview Presentation

 

Brookfield recently announced plans to spin-off to shareholders a portion of our commercial property operations to create Brookfield Property Partners (“BPY”), a global, publicly-traded company that will be Brookfield’s flagship public commercial property entity and a leading global owner, operator and investor in high quality real estate. There can be no assurance that the spin-off will occur.

Additional information can be found in the registration statement on Form 20-F that BPY has filed with the SEC (www.sec.gov) to register the BPY units and below.  

Presentations  
April 1, 2013
Brookfield Property Partners Announces Year-End 2012 Results
May 2013
Corporate Profile
March 2013
20-F/A
March 2013 Brookfield Announces Date for Spin-Off of Brookfield Property Partners
March 15, 2013
Canadian Prospectus English  |  French

 

Volume Weighted Average Trading Price
On April 15, 2013, Brookfield Asset Management Inc. paid a special dividend of one unit of Brookfield Property Partners L.P. (“BPY”) per 17.42 shares held by shareholders of record as of March 26, 2013. On April 15, 2013, the units commenced trading on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) under the symbols “BPY” and “BPY.UN,” respectively. Generally, the tax cost of your BPY units received via the dividend should equal their fair market value on that date. Neither U.S. nor Canadian tax rules specify the method to determine fair market value in this situation. However, a commonly used method is the weighted average trading price of the units on the NYSE and TSX for the five trading days commencing on April 15, 2013 which is USD 21.8271 and CAD 22.3805 respectively.
 

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