BCB Holdings acquires own shares
As part of the regulatory process for the delisting of its ordinary shares from the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange, Bermuda Stock Exchange-listed BCB Holdings Limited has bought 105,769 of its own ordinary shares at 37 pence per share on March 22.
BCB Holdings provides banking and financial services in Belize and to international customers. The companys principal subsidiaries are the Belize Bank and Belize Bank International.
The companys shares are listed in Bermuda and on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange.
Following the transaction of shares, the company held a total of 3,740,889 of its own ordinary shares.
The Companys holding in treasury shares following this acquisition amounts to 3,740,889 ordinary shares. The total number of BCB Holdings ordinary shares in issue less the treasury shares held is 100,113,633.
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