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Munich 11 December 2013 – Allgeier SE (ISIN DE0005086300, WKN 508630) has increased the placement volume by 50,000 treasury shares based on strong demand with a two times oversubscribed order book and sold 500,000 treasury shares (corresponding to 5.5% of the share capital) by way of an ‘Accelerated Bookbuilding’ process to qualified institutional investors in Germany and Europe at a price of EUR 15.30 per share. The gross proceeds from the placement equal around EUR 7.65 million.
Through the placement, the free float of Allgeier SE increases to 56.9%.
The proceeds from the transaction will be used to further enhance the capital structure and for general corporate purposes.
Post transaction, the company holds 246,579 treasury shares, corresponding to 2.7% of the share capital. Unfortunately the ad-hoc announcement earlier today (08.03 am) contained a wrong figure which we hereby correct: the total number of treasury shares prior to the transaction has been 746.579 shares.
Baader Bank acted as Sole Lead Manager and Sole Bookrunner of the transaction.
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