UC Bhd has settled for a RM40 million investment in e-commerce platform 11Street Malaysia, less than half the RM90 million it had initially considered.
In a filing with the stock exchange today, PUC said its wholly-owned PUC Ventures Sdn Bhd (PUCV) has inked a share subscription agreement (SSA) with Celcom Planet Sdn Bhd, following a termsheet entered into on April 19.
“Pursuant to the SSA, PUC Ventures has agreed to subscribe to 12.348% equity interest in Celcom Planet for a total cash consideration of RM40 million, instead of subscribing for up to 24% equity interest in Celcom Planet for a total cash consideration of up to RM90 million,” read the filing.
The subscription includes a 1.72% equity interest in Celcom Planet, which was a done deal on April 24.
Concurrent with the execution of the SSA, PUC and PUCV also inked an amended and restated shareholders’ agreement with Celcom Planet, SK Planet Global Holdings Pte Ltd (SKP) and Axiata Digital Services Sdn Bhd (ADS).
On completion of the investment, SKP will own a 44.7% stake in Celcom Planet, while ADS will have 42.9%.