Negma Group has converted 312 convertible bonds in Oxurion resulting in a EUR 780,000 capital increase. This is part of Negma Group’s EUR 30 million Capital Commitment1 that will allow Oxurion to focus on progressing its novel and differentiated back of the eye drug candidate targeting potential market opportunities of over USD 5 billion.
Leuven, BELGIUM, Boston, MA, US – November 25, 2022 – 07.00 PM CET – In accordance with article 15 of the Belgian Act of May 2, 2007 on the disclosure of major participations in issuers of which shares are admitted to trading on a regulated market and regarding miscellaneous provisions, Oxurion NV (Euronext Brussels: OXUR) (the “Company” or “Oxurion”), announces the below information, following (i) the issuance of 45,168,067 new ordinary shares on November 22, 2022, for a total amount of EUR 430,000, as the result of the conversion of 172 class B convertible bonds, and (ii) the issuance of 36,764,705 new ordinary shares on November 24, 2022, for a total amount of EUR 350,000, as the result of the conversion of 140 class B convertible bonds, pursuant to the Capital Commitment entered into with Negma Group.
Following completion of the capital increase through the conversion of the convertible bonds, the total number of shares issued by Oxurion amounts to 205,714,419 outstanding ordinary shares carrying voting rights (compared to 123,781,647 outstanding ordinary shares previously). This number will be used as the denominator for the calculation of the percentages of shareholdings.
Therefore, Oxurion publishes the following updated information:
Oxurion (Euronext Brussels: OXUR) is a biopharmaceutical company developing next generation standard of care ophthalmic therapies, which are designed to improve and better preserve vision in patients with retinal disorders including diabetic macular edema (DME), the leading cause of vision loss in working-age people, as well as other conditions. Oxurion intends to play an important role in the treatment of retinal disorders, including the successful development of THR-149, its novel therapeutic for the treatment of DME. THR-149 is a potent plasma kallikrein inhibitor being developed as a potential new standard of care for the up to 50% of DME patients showing suboptimal response to anti-VEGF therapy. Oxurion is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium, with corporate operations in Boston, MA. More information is available at www.oxurion.com.
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