Mandate Vinge advises Xspray Pharma in connection with a directed share issue

January 31, 2018

The board of directors of Xspray Pharma proposes a directed share issue to be resolved at an extraordinary general meeting, whereby the company will receive approximately SEK 88 million before transaction costs.


The issue proceeds will primarily be invested in the development of new drug candidates, based on Xspray Pharma’s HyNap-platform. The share issue will be fully subscribed in accordance with separate agreements with the selected investors. Shareholders representing approximately 67.2 percent of Xspray Pharma’s shares have undertaken to vote in favor of the share issue at an extraordinary general meeting.

Xspray Pharma AB (publ) is a product development company with several product candidates under clinical development. The company’s shares are admitted to trading on Nasdaq First North.

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