Shares in Sinch AB (publ) are traded on the Main Market of Nasdaq Stockholm on the Mid Cap list under the trade symbol ‘SINCH’. As of December 31, 2020, the company had a total of 63,173,670 shares.
The company was formerly known as CLX Communications AB (publ) and traded under the trade symbol ‘CLX’. The shares have been listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since October 8, 2015.
On October 8, 2015, shares in CLX Communications AB were listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under the symbol ‘CLX’. After the IPO was completed, there were 32,432,430 shares in the company.
On July 11, 2016, CLX Communications AB acquired Mblox. In order to partially finance the acquisition of Mblox, an extraordinary general meeting held June 7, 2016, endorsed the Board of Directors’ proposal to issue a maximum of 16,216,215 new shares in a private placement to existing shareholders.
On December 20, 2016, CLX Communications AB acquired Sinch AB, whose name the company would eventually adopt. Part of the purchase consideration was paid through a non-cash issue of 885,797 shares.
On February 13, 2019, CLX Communications AB announced that the company will change its name to Sinch AB.
On 26 March, 2020, Sinch AB completed a directed issue of 5,000,000 shares. This followed the announcement that Sinch had entered an agreement to acquire Wavy.
On 15 June, 2020, Sinch AB completed a directed issue of 1,052.631 shares. The issue followed the announcement that Sinch would acquire ACL Mobile.
On 30 November, 2020, Sinch AB completed a directed issue of 3,187,736.
On 24 May, 2021, Sinch AB completed a directed new share issue of 7,232,077 shares.
On 18 May 2021, the annual general meeting in Sinch AB resolved on a share split 10:1 whereby each share is divided into ten shares. The first day of trading after the share split was 17 June, 2021, when the number of shares increased from 72,267,211 shares to 722,672,110 shares. The new ISIN code for the company’s shares after the share split is SE0016101844.
Incentive programs for senior executives and key employees within Sinch are in place to ensure alignment between shareholders and management. The terms and conditions for participation in these programs are decided by shareholders through Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings.
As of Q4 2020, the potential dilutive effect upon exercise of all warrants in all programs is 6.5 percent. Please refer to Note 7 of the 2019 annual report for detailed information concerning the group’s incentive programs LTI 2016, LTI 2018 and LTI 2019. Please refer to Note 3 in the Q4 2020 year-end report for detailed information about LTI 2020 and LTI 2020 II.