Ventec International Group Receives Consent for IPO on Taiwan Stock Exchange


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Ventec International Group Co. Ltd has received formal consent from the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) on its Initial Public Offer (IPO) application. The completion date is set for April 2019.

Ventec filed its final IPO application with the TWSE in October 2018 and the approval comes after a successful presentation to the Listings Review Committee at the beginning of December. The Paid-in Capital and Total Equity at the time of application for the listing was NT$ 646,143 thousand / NT$ 1,648,711 thousand. Among the conditions set by the TWSE for the approval is that Ventec release a further 10% of public shares before the completion date.

"We are proud to have received the official consent from the TWSE today and look forward to an expeditious launching of the public offer and successful listing of our shares in Taiwan," said Jason Chung, CEO. "This outstanding achievement is based on the strength and dedication of our global team and I am truly thankful for everyone's hard work that ensures Ventec’s success."

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