Further to yesterday’s announcement of a proposed fundraise, this morning Velocys has detailed the results of its Placing and Retail Offer. A total of 400,000,000 new ordinary shares will be issued to retail and institutional investors at a price of 5p each, raising gross proceeds of £20m.
The original Offer of ‘a minimum of’ £10m met heavy investor oversubscription and was upsized to £20m with a view to satisfying the Company’s anticipated funding requirements going forward. Beyond this, Velocys now also proposes to raise up to a further £1 million by way of an open offer of up to 20,000,000 additional new ordinary shares to eligible shareholders at the same price.
Completion of the Placing, Retail Offer and Open Offer remains conditional (amongst other things) upon the passing of certain resolutions. A General Meeting will therefore be convened for this purpose at 10.30 a.m. on 14 July 2020. Further details, including the terms and conditions, will be made available separately in the circular to be published by the Company in connection with these actions.
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