Verses Closes Financing For Gross Proceeds Of $14.9 Million
Verses Technologies (NEO: VERS) is cashed up and ready to execute upon its strategy. The firm this morning indicated that it has closed its final tranche of its previously announced financing, raising just shy of $15.0 million in the process.
The company has closed its third and final tranche of the financing, which saw gross proceeds of $4.2 million raised. The closing of the tranche follows the first tranche for $5.2 million closing just a day after the initial announcement, while the second tranche for a further $5.5 million closed a week later.
The financing saw a total of 14.96 million units of the company sold at a price of $1.00 per each. Each unit contained one subordinate share and one half of a subordinate share purchase warrant. Warrants contain an exercise price of $1.20 per each, and are valid through to August 15, 2025. They also contain an accelerated expiry, which is triggered if the firm trades above $2.40 per share on a volume weighted basis for a period of ten consecutive trading days.
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Proceeds from the financing are marked for general working capital purposes.
Verses Technologies last traded at $0.95 on the Neo.
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