A concert party, including Labro Investments Limited, non-executive director Martin-Wiwen Nilsson and Willem De Geer of investment vehicle Deer Invest AB, will collectively hold a 37.9% stake in Chaarat.
Labro will buy up to 2mln ordinary shares and Nilsson will purchase up to 1.5mln shares. De Geer, who owns some of his ordinary shares directly and some through Deer Invest, will buy up to 1.5mln shares.
The share sale comes after the board waived its right to require any holder of more than 20% of ordinary shares in Chaarat to make a mandatory offer to the company’s shareholders if they want to buy a further stake.
Chaarat said additional ordinary shares may be issued to Labro from” time to time” in accordance with the terms of a committed revolving term loan facility agreement between the two companies.
Last Friday, the company saw the suspension on trading in its shares on AIM lifted after the firm secured “further improved terms” for its acquisition of the Kapan Mining and Processing Company.