Home / 2021 / July / 10

Daily Archives: July 10, 2021

Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

REGULATED INFORMATION

Information on the total number of voting rights and shares

Mont-Saint-Guibert (Belgium), July 9, 2021, 10:30 pm CET / 4:30 pm ET In accordance with article  15 of the Law of 2 May 2007 on the disclosure of large shareholdings, Nyxoah SA (Euronext Brussels and Nasdaq: NYXH) publishes the below information following the issue of 435,250 new shares on July 9, 2021 pursuant to (i) a capital increase in connection with Nyxoah’s initial public offering in the United States and (ii) the exercise of subscription rights.

  • Share capital: EUR 4,369,902.59
  • Total number of securities carrying voting rights: 25,437,859 (all ordinary shares)
  • Total number of voting rights (= denominator): 25,437,859 (all relating to ordinary shares)
  • Number of rights to subscribe to securities carrying voting rights not yet issued:
  • 91 “2013 ESOP Warrants” issued on 3 May 2013 and 23 December 2014, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 45,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
  • 365 “2016 ESOP Warrants” issued on 3 November 2016, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 182,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares);
  • 319 “2018 ESOP Warrants” issued on 12 December 2018, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 159,500 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares); and
  • 540,000 “2020 ESOP Warrants” issued on 21 February 2020, entitling their holders to subscribe to a total number of 540,000 securities carrying voting rights (all ordinary shares).

For further information, please contact:

Nyxoah
Fabian Suarez, CFO
[email protected]
+32 (0)10 22 24 55

Gilmartin Group
Vivian Cervantes
[email protected]

Attachment

1.293 mln doses of vaccine to arrive in Johor this month – TMJ

— The Tunku Mahkota of Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim today said 1.293 million doses of vaccine for the National COVID-19 Immunisation Programme (PICK) will arrive in Johor in stages this month.

In a post on the ‘HRH Crown Prince of Johor’ Facebook page, Tunku Ismail said of the total number of vaccines, 583,000 were of Pfizer-BioNTech, 637,000 (Sinovac) and 73,000 (AstraZeneca).

“I will participate in the receipt of the vaccines and ensure that it is given to all Bangsa Johor (Johoreans) in an efficient and timely manner. I have also been briefed by the authorities on the number of registrations and how the vaccines are to be distributed.

“I am confident that many Bangsa Johor will be vaccinated in the next few weeks, towards our goal of achieving her immunity. I would also like to remind everyone to register and get vaccinated,” he said.

Tunku Ismail also expressed his appreciation to PICK Coordinating Minister Khairy Jamaluddin as well as the relevant authorities for making the necessary arrangements.

According to the infographic on the Johor State Health Department’s official Facebook page, as of July 4, a total of 460,094 first doses have been given in the state, while 268,137 people have completed both doses.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

Differing opinions should be welcomed, respected for mature democracy – Saifuddin

— Differences in opinion, debates, exchanges of views and criticism, either in the mainstream media or social media, should be welcomed and respected to allow democracy to mature, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.

“To me, we should allow a healthy exchange of thoughts and opinions, whether we support it or not… and both parties should accept (that view). We are always open to criticism and clashes of ideas will result in fresher and better (ideas).

“The only things that should be avoided are insulting words and rude things, that in my opinion, are not beneficial,” he said at a press conference after launching the Pahang Entrepreneur Workshop: Digital Empowerment Programme today.

He said the development of social media has given birth to a digital community that is free to use various online platforms to express its views.

However, the views must be expressed in a respectful manner, based on facts and data, and if talking about politics, they must be based on the Constitution, Rukun Negara and so on.

The one-day workshop, held online, was organised by MyNIC Berhad, and attended by its chairman, Dr Mohamed Awang Lah, and chief executive officer, Datuk Hasnul Fadhly Hasan.

Saifuddin, who is also the Pahang Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) leadership body chief, said the government was also open to criticism, which depended on ‘the way the individuals sees, evaluates and acts’, and from that criticism, there were views that could be accepted, as well as some that needed to be explained further.

“This is not a matter of defending the existing government, but a matter of stability, which coincidentally today, the existing government is a Perikatan Nasional (PN) government, which to me, deserves to be given the opportunity to continue to govern the country at this time.

“Malaysia needs stability, including political stability. If there is instability, this will disrupt the ongoing efforts to control and address the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as continue to survive economically,” he said.

Saifuddin said although there was criticism against the government, no action was taken against them under the Emergency (Essential Powers) (No.2) Ordinance 2021, as the provision was used ‘very carefully to curb fake news’ in dealing with the pandemic.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

PPN Phase Two: Sabah people look forward to return to normalcy

— Phase Two of movement control under the National Recovery Plan (PPN), which began today in Sabah, has given new hope to the people for their lives and local economy to return to normal after being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Syakirah Lee, 40, a fruit shop employee here, said she previously worked in a small convenience store but lost her job as the place had to close due to a lack of customers due to the impact of the pandemic.

She said the situation had caused her problems to support her family, hence phase two which allows certain businesses to operate gives her new hope to revive the family economy with a new job.

“I am thankful businesses are given flexibility in this phase as we who are in the business can make profits. However, we cannot afford to be complacent and must abide by the SOPs (standard operating procedures) because the threat of the COVID-19 infection is still here.

“Businesses are allowed to operate but traders must abide by the current directives from the government because cases nationwide are on the rise. We all have a shared role and responsibility in curbing COVID-19 infection,” she told Bernama, here, today.

On Thursday, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob was reported as saying that Sabah would move into Phase Two of the PPN today and that the decision was made after examining the state’s threshold indicators.

Meanwhile, Lem Su Chiang, 56, the owner of a photography and printing shop, said she had not been able to run the entire business thus causing income loss, so this opportunity to operate in phase two will allow her to revive her business.

However, she said only printing and photocopying services are allowed to operate as photography services were still not allowed in this phase.

“It will be a small loss but we must abide by the SOPs so that COVID-19 cases can decrease,” she added.

Foodpanda deliveryman Tan Shi Yuu, 25, said the flexibility to operate for the food business in phase two allowed more orders for him to make deliveries.

“I hope we can learn a little more in this phase. Previously, when tourists were allowed (to come to Sabah) I earned between RM1,000 and RM2,000 a week. I hope in phase two, I can get between RM700 to RM800 a week,” he said.

He said what was important now for the people of Sabah was to never give up in facing the various challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have to face the pandemic together by complying with the SOPs as well as cooperate with the government in fighting it.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

EMCO: Police to step up monitoring outside localities installed with barbed wires

— Police will step up monitoring operations outside the localities placed under the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) that have been installed with barbed wire fencing.

Deputy Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim said the measure was taken to prevent intrusion into the localities.

“In Kuala Lumpur, for example, barbed wires have been installed in localities placed under the EMCO as they are found to be effective in controlling the residents’ movements.

“However, there is a report of incidents where residents try to sneak in and out of the EMCO areas.

“Therefore, we find that there is a need to step up monitoring outside the localities to prevent such incidents from recurring,” he told a press conference after inspecting a roadblick at the Gombak Toll Plaza here today.

He was commenting on the incident of a woman who had allegedly sneaked into the Taman Bukit Angkasa people’s housing project, Pantai Dalam here, which is now under the EMCO by crawling under the barbed wire.

Earlier today, Brickfields district police chief ACP Anuar Omar was reported to have said that they received a report on the incident after a video recording of the act went viral on social media.

The case is being investigated under Section 269 of the Penal Code for the offence of committing a negligent act likely to spread infection of any disease dangerous to life, which carries a six-month jail term or a fine, or both, upon conviction.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

MITI urged to allow recycling industry to reopen

The Northern Indian Recycling Traders Welfare Association (NIRA) has urged the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to allow recycling traders and plants to operate in Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan.

NIRA president Datuk S. Parthiban said the companies have had to service all the business costs and expenses such as rentals, loan instalments, workers’ salaries and utility bills although the recycling industry has been closed since the full lockdown came into effect last month.

He expressed concern that recycling corporations would not be able to sustain their operating costs if forced to close for a longer period.

“If the lockdown is extended and (companies are) still not allowed to open, we will not be able to pay our employees their salary, face retrenchment or permanently close down our recycling plants,” he told a press conference here today.

According to him, there are around 150 companies involved in the scrap metals and recycling industry in the northern region, with more than 1,500 local employees involved at the management level.

He stressed that since most manufacturing industries were allowed to operate, the scraps and items for recycling generated from the manufacturing process could not be disposed of without the operation of recycling companies.

“In some areas, the items for recycling are stored in open areas, which exposes them to rain and sunlight. This will eventually become a fire hazard,” he said.

He hoped the Federal government would consider reopening the recycling industry as soon as possible.

Earlier today, NIRA launched its charity programme by providing grocery items for needy families, especially those in the B40 group.

Parthiban said the charity programme aimed to reach out to at least 1,000 needy families and would be conducted in three phases.

“Today, we conducted the first phase by providing necessary items to 300 families, followed by another 300 and 400 families in the next two phases,” he added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency