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ValiRx puts convertible loan note facility with Yorkville to bed

ValiRx confirms that there are no further obligations existing between itself and Yorkville
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The company's issued share capital will comprise of 399mln shares on admission of the 25.2mln shares to YA II.

Cancer therapeutics specialist ValiRx Plc (LON:VAL) said its standby equity distribution agreement with Yorkville (YA) is now done and dusted.

YA elected to convert all remaining US$520,000 of its convertible loan notes from the second tranche of its loan facility into 25.2mln ValiRx shares at a conversion price of 1.5429p a share.

No further amounts on Tranche 2 of the convertible loan notes (CLNs) remain outstanding. As previously announced Tranches 1 and 3 have been fully repaid and so this is the final conversion under the CLN facility.  

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