Farmers Edge Sees Exercise Of Over-Allotment Option, Bringing IPO Proceeds To $143.8 Million
Farmers Edge (TSX: FDGE) has seen further capital inflows in connection with its initial public offering. The firm this morning announced that it has now received an additional $18.8 million in funds as a result of the full exercise of its over-allotment option that was issued in connection with the financing.
A total of 1.1 million common shares were issued under the over-allotment option, bringing in $18,750,150 in additional funds, with common shares of the issuer sold at a price of $17.00 each. The additional sale brings total gross proceeds from the initial public offering, or IPO, to $143.8 million.
Farmers Edge last traded at $16.47 on the TSX.
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