AIM Rule 26
AIM Rule 26
AIM Rule 26
The information on this page is being disclosed for the purposes of AIM Rule 26 and was last updated on 26 February, 2018.
Admission Document, Constitutional Documents and Circulars
Board of Directors
Board members' responsibilities
Country of Incorporation, Registration Number and Main country of operation
The Company was incorporated in Guernsey on 14 February 2013 under the Companies Law with registered number 56250.
Globalworth is not incorporated in the UK and as such the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.
The main country of operation of the Company is Guernsey.
Corporate Governance Code
Exchanges and Trading Platforms
The ordinary shares of no par value in the company are admitted to trading on the AIM Market of London Stock Exchange plc.
The €550,000,000 in aggregate principal amount of 2.875 percent. Notes due 2022 are admitted to the Official List of the Irish Stock Exchange and to trading on its regulated market. The Notes are also admitted to trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange.
Other than the above, the Company has not applied for or agreed to have its securities admitted to or traded on any other exchange or trading platform.
Share capital in issue: 132,282,769 ordinary shares of no par value excluding shares held as treasury shares.
Shares held in treasury: 35,713 ordinary shares of no par value.
|Name||Percentage of issued Ordinary Shares|
|Growthpoint Properties Ltd||29.0%|
|Oak Hill Advisors||9.9%|
|Altshuler Shaham Ltd||5.4%|
|European Bank for Reconstruction and Development||4.3%|
|Gordel Holdings Limited||3.9%|
In accordance with the AIM Rules for Companies definition, the percentage of the Company’s shares that are ‘not in public hands’ is 74.5%.
Financial Reports and Presentations
Restrictions on Share Capital
Outside the US: shares are freely transferable.
The shares will not be registered under the US Securities Act 1933 (as amended) and as such were only made available in the US by way of a private placement at the time of the IPO to “Qualified Institutional Buyers” (“QIBs”) as defined in Rule 144A under the Securities Act acting for their own account or for the account or benefit of other QIBs and “Accredited Investors” within the meaning of Rule 501(a) of Regulation D under the Securities Act. Accordingly, the shares may not be offered, sold or otherwise transferred within the United States except in a transaction exempt from the registration requirements of the Securities Act. Shares issued to QIBs or Accredited Investors in the private placement must be held in physical certificated form and will be restricted. The restrictions that apply are that those shares issued to US investors will only be transferable outside of the US and subject to the transferee certifying that they are not a US person. Under US securities laws, outside of the US, the shares are available and can be transferred pursuant to Reg S (ie non-US persons so only the restrictions of local jurisdictions, if any).