The indebted Chinese developer has put back plans to set a date for its huge shares issue scheme by three weeks. The company needs to raise HK$1 billion that is due for repayment by May but needs stock holders to agree to significantly dilute their stakes.
Economics graduate Xie Yi is the daughter of shareholder He Bing, whose BVI-registered Asia Pacific Energy and Infrastructure Investment Group Ltd are preparing to acquire a 6.49% stake in the enlarged business, on top of He’s existing holding.
With a $3bn debt pile, gearing of 73.1% and $127m due for repayment in around three months’ time, the directors of the former United PV Group want shareholders to dilute their investment by issuing shares worth more than 40% of an enlarged company, with a chunk of the proceeds coming from public funds.
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