Singapore’s Reebonz further trims stock and warrants offering to $27.6m

A red leather handbag sits in the window display of a Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. luxury store in Prague, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015. Photographer: Martin Divisek/Bloomberg

Nasdaq-listed luxury items e-tailer Reebonz Holding Limited has further trimmed the size of of its stock and warrant offering to $27.60 million, just days after it revised it to $31.05 million.

The new stock and warrant offering will comprise of a $13.8 million ordinary share offering with par value of $0.0008 per share, plus a warrant offering to purchase another $13.8 million. The price and timing details for the revised $27.6 million are not finalised.

The joint book-running managers, Roth Capital Partners, Maxim Group LLC, and a new co-manager Aegis Capital Corp. are given an additional $1.8 million if they exercise their options to purchase additional ordinary shares and/or warrants.

Following the announcement, Reebonz’ stock price rose by $2.85, or 32.99 per cent intraday to close the trading session on April 12 at $11.49.

The stock, which opened at $7.39, saw heavy trading resulting in intermittent pauses and starts as the stock price had breached market circuit breakers.

The overall trading volume surged to 2.77 million shares, which was higher than the three-month average daily volume of 780,952 shares. Due to its low public share float of 650,570 shares, the stock might have attracted the traders’ attention.

After trading hours, the stock price fell by $1.01, or minus 8.79 per cent to close at $10.48.