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AIT strengthens balance sheet with £2.74 million placing

15 January 2004  |  3316 views  |  0 AIT strengthens balance sheet with £2.74 million placing

UK CRM vendor AIT has raised approximately £2.74 million before expenses through an institutional share placement at a price of 60 pence per share.

One million pounds of the proceeds will be used to repay an oustanding IMA Loan Note, under a negotiated settlement between the firms that effectively clears a balance sheet liability of $3.5 million.

The remaining cash will be used to further strengthen AIT's balance sheet, says Nick Randall, chief executive officer of AIT.

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