As MIDA Assets Public Company Limited (“the Company”) held 2016 Annual General Meeting on April 28, 2016, it was resolved to approve the issuance and sale of warrants to purchase the Company’s new ordinary shares for the second time (MIDA W-2). the holders of the warrant may exercise the right to purchase the shares for the second time on December 29, 2017, with details as follows:
- The price rate offered by 1 unit of the warrant is applicable for 1 ordinary share, with the offering rate of 2.50 baht per share.
- The period of application for the use of warrants and the following payments is from December 22 to 28, 2017, from 8.30 AM – 3.30 PM.
- The counter location to claim the right to use the warrants is 2nd Floor of MIDA Assets Public Company Limited, 267, Charansanitwong Road, Bang Aor Sub-district, Bang Phlat District, Bangkok, 10700; Tel. 0-2434-2390-7, dial 149; Or 089-925-3097
- As for the procedures to use the right to purchase the shares, holders of the warrants must comply with the terms of application and send the following documents to the Company by the given addresses: 4.1 Correctly completed application form requesting for the right to purchase newly-issued ordinary shares of the company, with the signature of the holder of the warrant. The holder may retrieve application form from the request counter at the given address or download from the Company's website: www.midaassets.com. 4.2 The number of share warrants or substitute documents specified by the Stock Exchange of Thailand as stated in the application form. In the case where the holder cannot personally retrieve new share warrants for the remaining rights he or she might have (if any), the holder must issue a letter of power of attorney for the person retrieving the warrants on his or her behalf. - In the cases where the warrants are scripless, the holder who wishes to apply and fill out the form to revoke the physical warrants or to issue substitutes as specified by the Stock Exchange of Thailand must send the request to his or her broker. The securities company will then proceed to notify Thailand Securities Depository Co., Ltd. (registrar) to revoke the share warrants or issue substitutes to use the offering right. 4.3 Regarding the payment of the due amount as stated in the application form, the holder of warrant must pay in cash, personal cheque, bank draft, bill of exchange, or order of payment chargeable in the precinct of Bangkok within 2 business days from the day of each purchase, and signed for exclusive payment to account "MIDA Assets Co., Ltd. newly-issued ordinary share subscription"; or transfer cash to deposit account "MIDA Assets Co., Ltd. newly-issued ordinary share subscription", a current account no. 073-1-04994-7, Kasikorn Bank Public Company Limited, Banh Phlat branch. Please note that the purchasing of the new ordinary shares will be complete only when the Company successfully charged the due amount of payment. The holder of the warrant must who wishes to use the offering right to purchase the shares must submit the following proofs of payment: ·If paid by personal cheque, cashier cheque, or draft, a copy of deposit slip must be submitted with the holder's name and reachable telephone number. ·If paid by cash transfer, the ONLY actual pay-in slip must be submitted with the holder's name and reachable telephone number.
- Proofs documents - A Thai person must submit a certified true copy of their ID card. If the person does not have an ID card, please attach a certified true copy of house registration or other government-issued documents with a 13-digit ID number. - A foreigner must submit a certified true copy of their passport. - A domestic juristic person must submit a certified true copy of company certificate issued by the Ministry of Commerce within 6 months before the appointed date of purchase, along with signed proof documents of an authorized person. - A foreign juristic person must submit certified true copies of a certificate of company registration, memorandum of association, regulations, and company certificate, issued within 6 months before the appointed date of purchase and certified by Notary Public, along with signed proof documents of an authorized person.
- The number of warrants applied for purchasing new shares must be a full number only. Also, the holder of warrants will be responsible for the stamp duties incurred from the acts of claiming the right to purchase shares.