Europlasma; drawing of 3 tranches of 100 bonds convertible into shares – 06/24/2022 at 6:32 p.m.

(AOF) – Europlasma, an expert in depollution solutions, drew down 3 tranches of 100 bonds convertible into new shares to be issued by the company (OCA), corresponding to tranches 30, 31 and 32, representing a total nominal amount of bond loan of 3 million euros, within the framework of the contract to issue 10,000 warrants (Bons d’Issue) of OCA with share subscription warrants attached where applicable (BSAs and, together with OCAs, OCABSAs) concluded between Europlasma and Global Corporate Finance Opportunities 11 on April 16, 2021.

The financing program, for a maximum amount of 100 million over 7 years, must be used, for 75%, to finance new value-generating projects. As such, the funds from this drawing as well as those linked to the repayable advance granted by the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Region, will make it possible to finance the commitments planned within the framework of the resumption of the activity of Satma PPC, now carried by Satma Industries 100% subsidiary of Europlasma.

As a reminder, with this takeover, the group intends to relaunch an integrated French aluminum sector from the recovery of raw materials from the processing of aluminum waste to the production of finished products.


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