Synch har assisterat Cortus Energy AB

Pressmeddelanden Published 26 juni 2020

Synch har assisterat Cortus Energy AB (publ), noterat på First North Growth Market, vid genomförandet av en företrädesemission av konvertibler om ca 69,3 MSEK  till existerande aktieägare i bolaget. Emissionen har föranlett upprättandet och ingivande av ett prospekt hos Finansinspektionen och teckningstiden för deltagande i emissionen löper till och med den 22 juni 2020. Mangold […]

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