Dear EAR Stock Fans, Mark Your Calendars for Oct. 20


  • Oct. 20 is an important date for fans of Eargo (EAR) stock.
  • That’s the latest date to be on record for the company’s upcoming rights offering.
  • The offering is set to take place on Oct. 24.
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Fans of Eargo (NASDAQ:EAR) stock will want to keep an eye on the company when Oct. 20 rolls around. Eargo is preparing for a rights offering.

Next Thursday, Oct. 20, is the last day shareholders can be on record for the upcoming rights offering. That offering is set to take place just a few days later on Oct. 24. Investors need to be on record to take part in the offering.

This offering will see Eargo offer up rights to purchase as much as 375 million shares at a subscription price of 50 cents per share. The company intends to generate $187.5 million in “aggregate gross proceeds” from this offering.

EAR Stock: What Will Happen to the Funds?

Eargo has already laid out its full plans for the money that it makes from the offering. The most important use will be the repayment of outstanding notes issued to Patient Square Capital. It intends to use a substantial amount of the money for this purpose.

For some background, Eargo entered into an agreement to issue those senior notes on June 28, 2022. This saw $100 million worth of notes issued to an affiliate of Patient Square. The agreement included approval from shareholders for the rights offering.

EAR stock is down 4.4% as of Friday afternoon.

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