REPAY Announces Consent Solicitation for Its Public Warrants
Adoption of the Proposed Amendments will require the consent of the registered holders of at least 65% of all outstanding Public Warrants (such consent, the “Requisite Consents”). As of the Record Date (as defined below), 24,567,724 Public Warrants were outstanding. Consents may be validly revoked at any time prior to the Consent Date (as defined below) but not thereafter.
The Company anticipates that, promptly after receipt of the Requisite Consents, the Company and the warrant agent will execute a Second Amendment to Warrant Agreement with respect to the Warrants (the “Warrant Amendment” and such time, the “Consent Date”). Pursuant to the terms of the Warrant Agreement, the Proposed Amendments will become effective on the Consent Date and will bind every holder of Warrants.
The consent solicitation is expected to expire at
The consent solicitation will be made solely on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Consent Solicitation Statement (as it may be amended or supplemented from time to time, the “Consent Solicitation Statement”), and the accompanying Consent Form (together, the “Consent Solicitation Documents”), which are expected to be mailed to holders on or about
Copies of the Consent Solicitation Documents and other related documents, when available, may be obtained from
This announcement is for informational purposes only and is neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to buy any security. This announcement is also not a solicitation of consents with respect to the Proposed Amendments or any securities. No recommendation is being made as to whether holders of Public Warrants should consent to the Proposed Amendments. The solicitation of consents will not be made in any jurisdiction in which, or to or from any person to or from whom, it is unlawful to make such solicitation under applicable state or foreign securities or “blue sky” laws.
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