Legacy Fund’s $2.5 IPO records 144 per cent oversubscription
The result of the IPO, which has been approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), implies that the Fund attracted $6.111 million, which represents an oversubscription of 144.44 per cent above the $2.5 million offered to prospective unit holders during the offer period from January 8, 2018 to February 14, 2018.
This is an indication of the high level of investor confidence in the Legacy USD Bond Fund and FCAM, a member of FCMB Group Plc.
The Legacy USD Bond Fund is an open-ended investment vehicle registered with the SEC and managed by FCAM and gives investors the opportunity to invest in U.S. dollar denominated fixed income securities on a continuous basis.
It also provides flexibility with respect to the timing of investments in, and redemptions from the Fund, with the objective of the Legacy USD Bond Fund being to generate stable income over the long-term.
The Fund is being managed as a unit trust scheme designed for investors seeking an efficient way to earn stable income in US Dollar, from investing in a portfolio comprising of high quality, registered, and tradeable U.S. Dollar fixed income securities.
In a statement, FCAM disclosed that a total of 67 applications for 6,111,000 units were received with none of the applications found to be invalid.
Details of the applications and allotment of the offer, according to FCAM, showed that 17 applicants purchased the minimum number of units of 5,000.
Chief Executive Officer of FCAM, James Ilori, said: “We are delighted at the level of participation of the investing public, in the Legacy USD Bond Fund Offer.
The Fund provides an excellent opportunity for investors to regularly save in US Dollar and has now re-opened to new and existing investors.
“FCAM’s internationally trained investment team will manage the Fund in line with the investment objective of income generation. We remain committed to creating additional value for individual and institutional investors”.
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