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Hafnia raises share capital by 25% – sale of shares may be used for acquisitions

By suggesting an increase of the share capital by 25%, Hafnia is preparing for new potential share issuances, which may be used for acquisitions. In valuation, the 25% increase is equivalent to a high three-digit million-dollar figure.

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Expansive tanker operator Hafnia is setting the stage for new potential acquisitions of competitors or ships, which may add up to a larger three-digit million-dollar figure.

Hafnia, which has Singapore-based BW Group as its main shareholder, has suggested to shareholders that the share capital of currently USD 6m – equivalent to 600 million shares of USD 0.01 each – be raised by 25%.

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