To effectively manage increased patient volumes and financial demands, healthcare organizations are adopting solutions for electronic patient records and systems that allow them to share patient information in real-time. This segment of e-health is growing, and the growth is expected to accelerate in the coming years. Ortivus is well-positioned to capitalize on this development.
Ortivus shares have been listed on the NASDAQ Stockholm Small Cap-lista since January 2, 1997.
|Stock Symbol||ISIN||Shares outstanding||Votes/share|
|Class A||ORTI A||SE0000188930||1,662,682||10|
|Class B||ORTI B||SE0000123085||42,644,786||1|
The share capital is SEK 15,507,614. Share capital is divided between class A and class B shares. The number of shares outstanding is 44,807,468 of which class A amount to 1,662,682 and class B to 42,644,786. Every class A share carries 10 votes and every class B share carries one vote.
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The board of Ortivus AB (publ) has decided to carry out a 100% secured rights issue of approximately SEK 9 million. The Board’s decision is conditional on the approval of the forthcoming Extraordinary General Meeting, which will be held on February 18, 2019. The proposed pre-emptive share issue intends to improve the Company’s financial position while allowing for continued development of the Company’s operations.
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The Board of Directors of Ortivus AB (publ) has, on the basis of authorization from the Annual General Meeting 2019, decided on a new issue comprising 7,500,000 new B shares directed at a small number of specially selected investors. The total share issue raises SEK 15 million before costs for issuing of new shares. The new shares are issued at a subscription price corresponding to SEK 2 per share. The subscription price has been determined on a market basis and corresponds to the volume-weighted price of the company’s B shares during the last 20 trading days with a mark-up of 5%. The investors who signed up for the directed new share issue have undertaken not to sell the newly issued shares within 6 months from the Board’s decision, so-called Lock-up. The rights issue is carried out with the aim of securing further financing of the company’s working capital and the continued development of the company’s operations.