Zutec Holding AB (publ) announces approval on passportation of prospectus
Zutec Holding AB (publ) (“Zutec” or “the Company”) has received approval from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority to passport its prospectus, containing an offer to subscribe for shares in the Company, to be used in Ireland. The prospectus was published and announced via a press release earlier today and is available in Swedish and English via Zutec’s website, http://www.zutec.com).
For more information, please contact:
Gustave Geisendorf, CEO
firstname.lastname@example.org, +353 1 201 3565
Zutec is a niche provider of cloud-based software solutions for the construction industry.
The information in this press release does not constitute an offer to acquire, subscribe or otherwise trade in shares, subscription rights or other securities in Zutec. No action has been taken and measures will not be taken to allow an offer to the public in any jurisdiction other than Sweden and Ireland. The invitation to interested persons to subscribe for shares in Zutec will only be made through the Prospectus.
Neither subscription rights, paid subscribed shares (“BTA”) nor newly issued shares have been recommended or approved by any US federal or state securities authority or regulatory authority. No subscription rights, BTAs or newly issued shares have been registered or will be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933 in its current wording, or under any other applicable law in the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Canada, New Zealand, Switzerland, Singapore, South Africa or in any other country where the Rights Issue or Private Placement or distribution of the press release is contrary to applicable laws or regulations or requires that further prospectuses be prepared, registered or that any other measure is taken in addition to what is required by Swedish law. Accordingly, the press release, as well as the prospectus, application form and other documents attributable to the Rights Issue and Private Placement, may not be distributed to or within any such jurisdiction.Within the European Economic Area (“EEA”), no public offering of Securities is made in other countries than Sweden and Ireland. In other member states of the EU, such an offering of Securities may only be made in accordance with the Prospectus Regulation (EU) 2017/1129 (the “Prospectus Regulation”). In other member states of the EEA which have implemented the Prospectus Regulation in its national legislation, any offer of Securities may only be made in accordance with an applicable exemption in the Prospectus Regulation and/or in accordance with an applicable exemption under a relevant national implementation measure. In other member states of the EEA which have not implemented the Prospectus Regulation in its national legislation, any offer of Securities may only be made in accordance with an applicable exemption under national law.
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