- A 1-for-10 reverse split of SuperCom (SPCB) shares has gone into effect. These are the details.
SuperCom (SPCB) announced that its Board of Directors and Stockholders has approved a 1-for-10 reverse stock split of its ordinary shares. And SuperCom’s ordinary shares will begin trading on a split-adjusted basis at the commencement of trading on November 23, 2022. The ordinary shares will continue to trade on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the symbol ‘SPCB’.
At the commencement of trading on November 23, every ten shares of the company’s issued and outstanding ordinary shares will be automatically converted into one issued and outstanding ordinary share, and the par value per share of ordinary shares will be multiplied by 10. And stockholders holding shares through a brokerage account will have their shares automatically adjusted to reflect the 1-for-10 reverse stock split and do not need to take any action in connection with the reverse stock split.
The reverse stock split will affect all stockholders uniformly and will not alter any stockholder’s percentage interest in SuperCom’s equity, except to the extent that the reverse stock split would result in a stockholder owning a fractional share. No fractional shares will be issued in connection with the reverse stock split. And any fractional share of a stockholder resulting from the reverse stock split will be rounded up to the nearest whole ordinary share.
The reverse stock split will reduce the number of SuperCom’s outstanding shares from 41,980,101 shares to approximately 4,198,010 shares. And proportional adjustments will be made to the number of ordinary shares issuable upon exercise or conversion of SuperCom’s outstanding equity awards, warrants or other convertible securities, and the applicable exercise or conversion price.
“We are pleased to announce this reverse stock split as we believe it is in the best interest of our shareholders and will help position SuperCom to attract fundamental institutional investors as we continue on our growth trajectory. The perceived overhang of trading below certain Nasdaq trading price thresholds has been a hindrance in our ability to attract larger investors, and we are happy to move forward clear of this hurdle.”
“The reverse stock split changes the price per share and number of shares outstanding, but has no effect on the operations of our company nor our overall size and growth potential. It is however key in maintaining our Nasdaq listing and our ability to meet certain funds’ investment criteria. We are excited to move forward stronger in conjunction with our significant recent progress reflected also through our numerous new project wins such as the $33 million national EM project in Romania, as well as our over 100% revenue growth and return to being EBITDA positive in our reported third quarter 2022 financial results.”
— Ordan Trabelsi, President and CEO of SuperCom