Insider Dealing: Socfinaf S.A Increases Stake in Okomu Oil

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Socfinaf S.A, a foreign investor, which has a substantial stake in Okomu Oil Palm Plc, has increased its stake in the Nigerian company. 

Socfinaf S.A recently increased its holding in the firm by acquiring over 2 million units of the company’s stocks at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

Socfinaf controls 62.69 per cent of the Okomu Oil.

The main activity of Socfinaf involves managing a portfolio focused primarily on the operation of almost 139 600 hectares of tropical oil palm and rubber plantations located in Africa.

A notice from Okomu Oil said the purchase of the additional shares was done in three tranches at the Lagos exchange located on Customs Street, Victoria Island.

Breakdown of the transaction

  • 1,883,759 – N77.98 per unit, (amounting to N146.9 million)
  • 13,540 units – N78 per unit, (amounting to N1.1 million)
  • 114,301 – N74.76 per unit, (amounting to N8.6 million)
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Therefore, Socfinaf S.A purchased a total of 2,011,600 units at an average price of N78.72 per unit from the Nigerian Stock Exchange in Lagos, bringing the amount to N156.6 million for the transactions.

Insider Dealing: Socfinaf S.A Increases Stake in Okomu Oil
SOURCE: NSE | Insider dealing disclosure

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