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BoMill announces the outcome of the exercise of warrants of series TO 1

11 October 2021, 07:30 CET

On Thursday, 7 October 2021, the exercise period for BoMill AB ("BoMill" or "the Company") warrants of series TO 1 ("TO 1”) ended. A total of 2,290 warrants of TO 1 were exercised. BoMill will thus receive a total of SEK 16,259.00.

“We are working purposefully to create growth for the Company. With the issue proceeds from the directed share issue we carried out late this summer, we have taken the necessary actions to continue our planned operations, and our latest news in Russia shows essential and value-driven progress. We are currently looking into the best opportunities in creating long-term shareholder value”, says Andreas Jeppsson, CEO of BoMill AB.

Number of exercised warrants, number of shares and share capital

In total, 2,290 warrants of series TO 1 were exercised during the exercise period. Through the exercise of warrants of series TO 1, the Company will thus receive SEK 16,259.00. When the new shares are registered with Bolagsverket, the Swedish Companies Registration Office, the total number of shares will amount to 15,509,690 and the share capital will amount to SEK 15,509,690.00. The planned conversion date from interim to common shares is expected to take place on 27 October 2021. The common shares are expected to be visible in each subscriber’s account around 29 October 2021.

This press release contains inside information that BoMill AB is required to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication on 11 October 2021 at 07:30am CEST.

For further information regarding the warrants of series TO 1, please contact:

Sedermera Fondkommission

Phone: +46 40 – 615 14 10



For more information about BoMill, please contact:

Andreas Jeppsson, CEO

Phone: +46 727 001 182


Certified Adviser: Svensk Kapitalmarknadsgranskning AB

Phone: +46 11 32 30 732


BoMill has developed and is marketing a patented technology for sorting grain on a commercial scale, based on the internal qualities of each kernel. The method is the only one of its kind on the market today and is estimated to have the potential to become a Golden Standard within the industry. The Company operates in several markets and has sold sorting equipment to a number of reputable companies in the grain industry.

For more information about BoMill, please visit