Duke Royalty, an Aim-traded company that makes its money by providing capital to companies in exchange for rights to a small percentage of their future revenues over a typical term of 25-40 years, has raised £17.4m at 44p a share through a placing, retail offer and small open offer. The new equity equates to 16 per cent of Duke’s enlarged share capital.
Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty announced on Monday that, further to the completion of its recent fundraising, it has paid down the outstanding balance of its new revolving credit facility from £11.65m to nil.
Duke Royalty Ltd on Monday said it has paid down the entire outstanding balance of a revolving credit facility following a fundraising. The royalty financing firm said it has paid the remaining GBP11.7 million, which it added was a key commitment of its recent fundraising strategy.
Good news from Duke, as it (temporarily) pays down its £12 million credit facility