InterCard AG Informationssysteme decides on a cash capital increase with subscription rights
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The management of InterCard AG Informationssysteme has decided today, with the agreement of the supervisory board, to increase the capital stock of the company up to EUR 2,323,633.00, by means of a cash capital increase of up to EUR 302,970.00 and by making partial use of the Approved Capital of EUR 2,020,663.
This will occur through the issue of up to 302,970 new no-par value bearer shares, each with a proportional share of the capital stock of EUR 1.00, which will be entitled to participate from 01.01.2021.
Shareholders will be granted a subscription right. The subscription price is set at EUR 7.50. The subscription period is expected to begin on 24.11.2021 (0:00 hours) and is expected to end on 8.12.2021 (24:00 hours/midnight).
New shares not taken up by the shareholders as part of their subscription rights within the subscription period may be offered by the company to selected investors within the framework of a private placement at the determined subscription price.
The legal subscription right will be granted to the shareholders as an indirect subscription right in such a way that the new shares will be signed by the commissioned credit institute at the emission price of EUR 1.00 per share and will be taken over with an obligation to offer them to the shareholders at a ratio of 20:3 (3 new shares for every 20 existing shares) and at a subscription price of EUR 7.50, and to deliver the new shares after registration of the execution of the capital increase in the commercial register in accordance with the exercised subscription rights.
Further details will be described in the subscription offer, which will be published in the Bundesanzeiger in good time before the start of the subscription period.
The public offer will take place without a prospectus in accordance with § 3 no. 2 of the Securities Prospectus Act (Exceptions to the Obligation of Publishing a Prospectus). Shareholders and investors are recommended to read the securities information sheet produced by the company, which will be available on the company’s website before the start of the subscription period.