Augusta to delist on Friday

Staff reporters
Mon, 17 Aug 2020

Augusta Capital will delist from the NZX after the market closes on Friday, Aug. 21 once ASX-listed Centuria Capital completes its takeover of the NZ firm. Trading in Augusta shares will be suspended after close of trading on Aug. 19 ahead of the delisting.On Aug. 12, Centuria cross the 90 percent threshold needed to enforce began the process to acquire all the shares in the company it does not yet hold at the price of 22 cents plus 0.392 Centuria shares for every Augusta share. Augusta shareholders can complete a share transfer form...

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