KS Energy said after Wednesday exchanging close, it has achieved a concurrence with the moneylenders for the proposed issue of S$80.15 million settled rate securities and 80.15 million non-recorded extra warrants, to put off the end date of the exchanges.
The changed shutting date is Dec 21, 2017, three months after the fact than the last concurred shutting date of Sept 21, 2017 as reported on Aug 1, 2017.
The loan specialists included are OCBC Bank, TAEL One Partners Ltd, Pacific One Energy Limited (POEL) and Hedy Wiluan.Ms Wiluan is the sister of KS Energy’s official director CEO and controlling investor, Kris Wiluan.
Regarding the changed shutting date, OCBC and KS Energy have on Oct 4 concurred that the unforeseen conceded sum under the terms of a back-end installment, might be equal to the collected coupon installments and reclamation premium inferable from OCBC under the current convertible bonds up to the reexamined shutting date.
KS Energy and OCBC have beforehand gone into a concurrence on Aug 1, 2017 relating to the back-end installment. The Aug 1 understanding approached KS Energy to utilize abundance money from the returns of the offer of KS Energy’s value enthusiasm for KS Distribution Pte Ltd to pay to OCBC up to the unexpected conceded sum as a back-end installment.
OCBC, POEL and Ms Wiluan are existing holders of S$45.0 million worth of convertible securities due 2017 with a 6 for every penny coupon rate at a reclamation cost of 121.75 for each penny of the vital sum. TAEL is a current holder of S$7.5 million worth of convertible securities due a year ago with a 6 for every penny coupon rate at a reclamation cost of 104.19 for each penny of the essential sum.