The Management Board of Wolftank Adisa Holding AG today decided, with the approval of the Supervisory Board, to increase the company’s share capital from currently EUR 1,111,000.00 by up to EUR 111,100.00 to EUR 1,222,100.00 by issuing up to 111,100 new bearer shares (equivalent to up to 10 percent of the current share capital) through partial use of the existing authorised capital against cash contributions, excluding the subscription rights of existing shareholders.
The newly issued shares will be offered in a private placement to selected qualified and long-term oriented institutional investors at a price of EUR 30.00 per share.
These new shares are entitled to dividends for the current financial year in which they are issued as well as for the previous financial year, provided that no distribution resolution has yet been passed for the net profit in the current fiscal year.
The funds will be used to finance the further strong international growth of the Group, to strengthen the equity base as well as the increase of the free float.
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About Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG:
Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG is the parent corporation of an international group of companies focusing on remediation and monitoring of (large-scale) tank farms, environmental protection services for contaminated soils and facilities, as well as full-service engineering services for LNG- and petrol stations. The company is active worldwide and uses various patented application technologies with the aid of high-tech epoxy resins developed in-house.
Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG (ISIN: AT0000A25NJ6; WKN: A2PBHR) is trading on the Munich Stock Exchange and is also listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange in the
direct market plus segment.
Note: All requirements of the Austrian Stock Exchange Act regarding the requirement of a formal admission of financial instruments for trading and issuer obligations on a regulated market for financial instruments traded on the Third Market do not apply, but in particular the requirements set out in Art. 17 (Publication of Insiders, Contract participation “direct market plus” | December 2018), Art. 18 (Insider Lists) and Art. 19 (Directors dealing) of the Market Abuse Ordinance (VO (EU) No. 596/2014) in connection with the obligations laid down in the respective national legal rules pursuant to the Stock Exchange Act and the prohibitions of Art. 14 (Insider Trading) and Art. 15 (Market Manipulation) of the Market Abuse Ordinance (VO (EU) No. 596/2014) in connection with the respective national legal rules pursuant to the Stock Exchange Act do apply.