Special trading session for offering of bonds KZ2P00007917 (MFAFb3) of Microfinance Organization aFinance on KASE on May 19 declared failed

19.05.23 18:15
/KASE, May 19, 2023/ – A special trading session for offering of bonds KZ2P00007917 (KASE alternative market, category "bonds", MFAFb3) of Microfinance Organization aFinance LLP (Almaty) was held in the trading system of Kazakhstan Stock Exchange (KASE) today. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Security type: coupon bonds ISIN: KZ2P00007917 KASE ticker: MFAFb3 Face value, tenge: 1,000.00 Issue volume, tenge: – registered: 1,000,000,000 – outstanding (at face value): 941,805,000 Circulation start date: 03.12.21 Last circulation day: 02.12.23 Redemption start date: 03.12.23 Maturity: 2 years (720 days) Coupon rate: 19.00 % APR Coupon payment periodicity: four times a year Coupon payment start dates: March 3, June 3, September 3, December 3 annually Time base: 30 / 360 -------------------------------------- -------------------------- Trade date: 19.05.23 Current maturity: 0.5 years (194 days) Declared offering volume, tenge: 350,000,000 Lot size, pieces: 1 Trade subject: "clean" price Purchase order type: limit Order submission method: closed Order collection period: 10:00–12:00 Order confirmation time: 10:00–12:00 Cut-off time: 14:30 (Т+0) Payment date and time: 19.05.23, 14:30 Order cut-off method: orders are cut-off, whose prices are equal to or below the cut-off price Limit order execution method depending at single cut-off price on the prices of orders: Limit order execution method depending by the time of acceptance on the order of their submission: of offset orders Trade initiator: BCC Invest JSC (Subsidiary of Bank CenterCredit JSC) ----------------------------------------------------------------- The special trading session was recognized and declared invalid in accordance with sub-item 2) of item 1 of article 27 of KASE's internal document "Regulations on methods of conducting trades in trading and clearing systems" due to the fact that KASE did not accept a single limit offset order. [2023-05-19]