Malvern International – placing to redeem loan notes…and what of the other liabilities?
By Steve Moore | Thursday 10 November 2022
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Learning and skills development programmes company Malvern International (MLVN) has announced a placing “principally to redeem the final tranche of company's outstanding loan notes” and that “the holder has agreed that the outstanding principal of the loan notes may be redeemed at a five per cent. discount. In addition, the holder has agreed to sell all the ordinary shares he holds in the ordinary share capital of the company, amounting to 917,600 ordinary shares at the placing price”. So what of this currently helping the shares more than 15% higher to 9.5p?
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