During the period 25 – 29 January 2021, Tethys Oil AB (publ) has repurchased a total of 14,000 of its own shares. The buy-back program, which was announced on 11 December 2020, is being conducted in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation No 596/2014 and the Commission Delegated Regulation No 2016/1052.
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|25 January 2021
|27 January 2021
|28 January 2021
|29 January 2021
All of the own-share acquisitions have been carried out on the Nasdaq Stockholm Stock Exchange by Pareto Securities on behalf of Tethys Oil. Pareto Securities is also managing the buy-back program and makes its trading decisions concerning the timing of acquisitions of shares wholly independently from Tethys Oil.
Following the acquisitions detailed above, Tethys Oil’s holding of own-shares amounts to 435,640 shares as of 29 January 2021 from the 33,056,608 of total Tethys Oil shares.
A full breakdown of the transactions required pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation No 596/2014 (“MAR”) and the Commission Delegated Regulation No 2016/1052 (“Safe Harbour Regulation”) is attached to this announcement. The total volume of Tethys Oil shares which have been bought back within the current share buy-back program from 11 December 2020 up to and including 29 January 2021 amounts to 435,640 shares.
The shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on 13 May 2020 authorized the Board of Directors to undertake a buy-back program, the first of which was announced on 11 December 2020, subject to the limitations outlined below. The key objective is to give the company equity flexibility and thereby optimize its capital structure. Repurchased shares may also be used as payment for, or financing of, acquisitions of companies or businesses or in connection with handling of incentive programs. Purchases may be made at one or several occasions up to and including 8 February 2021, and by a maximum of so many shares that the company’s holding of own shares after the purchase amounts to a maximum of one-tenth of all the shares in the company. The maximum amount for which shares may be acquired under the buy-back program may not exceed SEK 42 million. The buy-back program is being implemented in accordance with the MAR and Safe Harbour Regulation.
For the complete repurchase authorization resolved by the shareholders at the AGM 2020, please refer to Tethys Oil’s website, www.tethysoil.com.