KinerjaPay Corp., (OTCQB: KPAY), a digital payment and e-commerce platform, announced on Monday it has received a signed commitment from PT. Investa Wahana Group, Indonesia to invest $200 million, subscribing for $100 million in shares of the company’s Series F and an addition $100 million in shares of its Series G Convertible Preferred Stock.
According to KinerjaPay, the Series F Preferred Stock, bearing a dividend of 6% per annum, is convertible into shares of the KinerjaPay’s Common Stock at an average of $1.80 per share. It was also revealed that the Series G Preferred Stock also pays a dividend of 6% per annum and further provides for the Company’s right to force the conversion at $1.80 per share, provided that the KinerjaPay shares are trading at $3.50 per share or higher for a period of 20 days commencing six months after the date of issuance of the Series G Preferred Stock. Speaking about the investment, KinerjaPay Chairman and CEO, Edwin Witarsa Ng, stated:
“This investment commitment, which is expected to close within the next ten days, will accelerate our growth plan for 2019 as we evaluate several potential acquisitions as well as proceed with strategic investments, which should, in turn, transform the Company into a significant market presence in our eCommerce and peer-to-peer lending operations, principally in Indonesia.”
KinerjaPay’s use of proceeds is to fund its peer-to-peer (P2P) lending operations, potential acquisitions and strategic investments in the Company’s home-based region as part of their expansion plan for 2019. The Company also plans to allocate a certain portion of the subscription proceeds to repurchase KinerjaPay’s stock in the open market, subject to the rules and regulations of the SEC. In 2019, the Company will expand into prepaid mobile business, p2p lending, mobile payment solutions, online gaming, and eCommerce services initially in Indonesia’s growing economy and expanding in SE Asia. Additionally, the company intends to make investments in certain related industries in other foreign countries.