Shares of NCMI stock started to fall in after-market trading after the company revealed a voluntary Chapter 11 filing. The company is going through this to enact its restructuring support agreement (RSA) with secured lenders.
The big news here is the company will convert its current debt into equity through this RSA. The restructuring will result in the creation of NCM LLC, which will handle all of the movie theater advertising company’s contracts.
Tom Lesinski, CEO of National CineMedia, said the following about the news:
“Today’s transactions will position us to deliver the strong results our advertisers and cinema partners have come to expect from us today and well into the future. We are entering this process with the overwhelming support of our secured lenders and key stakeholders, which we expect will enable us to swiftly and responsibly emerge as a stronger company.”
Other NCMI Stock News
With today’s bankruptcy news, shares of NCMI stock are seeing incredibly heavy trading. As of this writing, more than 21 million shares of the stock have changed hands. That’s a massive surge compared to its daily average trading volume of about 4.8 million shares.
NCMI stock is up 74.7% during pre-market trading after seeing a fall earlier.
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