Delay of payment of the convertible loan and outlook
For reasons of the reporting obligation under the European Market Abuse Ordinance (MAR) and the Swiss Listing Rules (KR), LION E-Mobility AG has informed its shareholders that the receipt of payment under the convertible loan agreement signed with BAMM Inc. has not yet taken place.
In this context, LION E-Mobility AG clarifies that the company is still in a constructive exchange with BAMM Inc. in order to secure the payment of the convertible loan in the amount of EUR 2.5 million as quickly as possible. However, LION E-Mobility AG cannot rule out the possibility that the convertible loan will ultimately not be granted.
Irrespective of this possible payment receipt, the liquidity of the LION Group is secured in the short and medium term. With the initiated cost savings – especially in the administrative area – the current “burn rate” of the LION Group could be significantly reduced. Promising sales activities as well as the previous order backlog of LION Smart GmbH also contribute to the fulfilment of the current liquidity requirements and to the further development of the LIGHT Battery and the Battery Management System into an industrial end product. In addition, LION E-Mobility AG is looking for further investors.
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