Galapagos Raises $430K through Warrants Exercise | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Belgian drug discovery company Galapagos today announced it increased its shares capital by about €350,000 ($430,000) through the exercise of employee warrants.

The firm issued 40,160 new ordinary shares today for an average of €8.71 per share. Following today's capital increase, the company has a share capital of more than €129 million with a total of almost 24 million shares outstanding.

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