- The rights will be issued on the basis of five (5) new ordinary shares for every one (1) existing share
- Rights are often transferable and a shareholder may sell them on the open market.
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has granted approval to TransCentury Plc to undertake a rights issue.
The rights will be issued on the basis of five (5) new ordinary shares for every one (1) existing share as approved in the last shareholder meeting.
Funds from the initiative will go towards supporting the last phase of the firm's turnaround plan, recapitalising our business, reducing debt and unlocking working capital for underlying businesses.
TransCentury CEO Nganga Njiinu said they are proud to be offering to shareholders a company that has exhibited tremendous agility and resilience at this point that they have made significant strides in the turnaround strategy that in 2017.
"We recently launched a new strategic plan 2022-2025 and are confident that the initiatives we have laid out that include refocussing on our core business – Investing for growth to take advantage of the enormous opportunities that are presenting themselves,"Njiinu said.
In the approval, the Capital Markets Authority indicated it was satisfied that TC had provided adequate disclosures in the offer documentation that was submitted as required under the Fourth Schedule of the Capital Markets (Securities) (Public Offers, Listings and Disclosures) 2002.
A rights issue is an offer given by a company to existing shareholders to buy a proportional number of additional shares at a given price, within a fixed period.
Rights are often transferable and a shareholder may sell them on the open market.
Other salient details of the Rights Offering will be contained in the information memorandum and subsequent communication when the offer opens.