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Business Reporter Micro-finance firm Untu Capital, has raised its targeted $5 million in an issuance of tradable bonds after successfully issuing the third and final tranche of $2 million on the Financial Securities Exchange (Finsec). Bonds are a debt instrument offered to the market to raise capital. Initially, Untu Capital raised $1 million from the first issue of the notes and $2 million from the second tranche. Issuance of the third tranche closed on June 8, and the notes were listed on the Fixed Income Board of the Finsec on June 11, 2018. “The Untu Capital Limited Note Issuance for Tranche 3 . . . opened on May 7, 2018, and closed on June 8, 2018. This notes issuance is for $2 million with a tenure of 36 months and a fixed interest of 10 percent per annum. “We are pleased to announce that the notes issuance was a success and the company raised the targeted amount with the issuance being fully subscribed,” said Untu company secretary Marko Mahuni in a notice.
Mon Jun 2018