Nogin is offering 7.33 million shares of NOGN stock and warrants to purchase 7.33 million shares of the stock. The combined price of the units being issued in this offering comes to $3 per share. This has Nogin expecting to raise $22 million in gross proceeds from the offering.
Nogin notes that several of its leaders are taking part in the public offering. This will see members of its management team and Board of Directors, as well as trusted insiders and noteholders, contributing to the offering.
Nogin already has plans for the funds it will generate from this stock offering. The company intends to use the money to “repurchase promissory notes from holders of its convertible notes.” The money will also be used for general corporate purposes, such as working capital.
NOGN Stock Offering Follows Rally
Investors will keep in mind that the public stock offering for NOGN shares comes after a massive rally yesterday. This resulted in roughly 10 million shares of the stock changing hands and the stock climbing roughly 139% when markets closed yesterday.
For the record, NOGN stock trading on Tuesday has some 1.9 million shares on the move as of this writing. To put that in perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 197,000 shares.
NOGN stock is down 61.1% during Tuesday’s pre-market trading.
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