Subscription Warrants

Updated 01/06/2021 at 10:36 pm

Issued in 1996, the subscription warrants are negotiable securities that detain the right to subscription of shares of a company’s capital stock, on the conditions shown in the relevant certificate.

Thus, the holder of the document is assured the right of subscribing to shares of the capital stock of the issuing company, on the conditions specified in the document (which may be of a book-entry class), particularly as regards defined price and term, irrespective of the market or equity value of the share at the time of subscription

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Exercise of Law? Can the bondholder do partial subscription exercises?
What is Subscription Warranty?
What will occur as fractions of shares, the exercise of bonus “C”?
Can the broker-dealer only be hired at the company where the checking account is located?
Do I need to be a Bank of Brazil account?
Where can the bondholder exercise his right?
How and where can I pay the bank slip?
What is the exercise price of the “C” bonus?
What is the Period for the Payment of the Bonus?
How many shares of the “C” bond holder can be subscribed?
What should the bondholder do to exercise his subscription right?
How to check the current amount of bonuses that the holder of the bonus has?
What’s the target audience?
What is the form of payment of the share subscription related to the exercise of bonus “C”?
What happens to the fractions if the bondholder exercises partial subscription exercises?