Select Page

Organigram completes share consolidation

Grow Opportunity, Media Partners

This post is presented by our media partner Grow Opportunity
View the full article here.

(Globe Newswire) Toronto — Organigram Holdings Inc. announced today that, further to its earlier press releases, it has completed the proposed consolidation of the company’s issued and outstanding common shares at a consolidation ratio of four pre-consolidation common shares for every one post-consolidation common share.

As of the date hereof, and following the share consolidation, there are 80,498,692 common shares issued and outstanding. Immediately prior to the share consolidation, the company had 321,994,768 common shares issued and outstanding. No fractional common shares will be issued in connection with the share consolidation and no cash will be paid in lieu of fractional post-consolidation common shares. In the event that a registered shareholder would otherwise be entitled to receive a fractional common shares upon the occurrence of the share consolidation, such fraction will be rounded up or down to the nearest whole number.

A letter of transmittal with respect to the consolidation is being mailed to the company’s registered shareholders only. All registered shareholders with certificated common shares will be required to send their share certificate(s) representing pre-consolidation common shares, along with a properly executed letter of transmittal, to the company’s transfer agent, TSX Trust, in accordance with the instructions provided in the letter of transmittal for share certificates representing post-consolidation common shares following the share consolidation or, alternatively, a direct registration system (DRS) advice/statement representing the number of post-consolidation common shares they hold following the share consolidation.

Registered shareholders may also obtain a copy of the letter of transmittal by accessing the company’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com or the company’s EDGAR profile at www.sec.gov. No action is required by beneficial shareholders (i.e. non-registered shareholders) to receive post-consolidation common shares in connection with the consolidation. Beneficial shareholders who hold their common shares through intermediaries and who have questions regarding how the share consolidation will be processed should contact their intermediaries with respect to the share consolidation.

Advertisement

It is anticipated that the post-consolidation common shares will commence trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and Nasdaq Global Select Market (Nasdaq) under the new CUSIP number 68620P705 (CA68620P7056) at market open on July 7, 2023, subject to final confirmation from the TSX and the Nasdaq. The company’s name and current trading symbol (NASDAQ: OGI, TSX: OGI) will remain unchanged following the consolidation.

As previously described, the share consolidation was implemented to ensure the company continues to comply with Nasdaq listing requirements. On January 23, 2023, the company received notification from Nasdaq that, as a result of its common share price falling below an average of US$1.00 for a consecutive 30 trading-day period, it is not in compliance with the continued listing standards. The company expects the share consolidation to restore compliance with the Nasdaq’s continued listing standards, and to continue to provide access to a broad universe of investors, access to equity capital and trading liquidity.

In addition, the share consolidation may also provide the potential benefits of (i) enhancing the marketability of the common shares given that an increase in the price per common share could increase the interest of institutional and other investors with policies that prohibit them from purchasing shares below a minimum price, and (ii) reducing volatility as a result of small changes in the share price of the common shares.

This post was originally published by our media partner here.

Grow Up Toronto – May 27-29, 2024
Delta Hotels Toronto Airport & Conference Centre

Grow Up Alberta – Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, 2024
Edmonton Convention Centre • Edmonton, AB

News from Grow Up Media partners