NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Epigenomics said that it has reached a financing agreement with YA Global Master SPV for up to €5 million ($6.7 million).

Under the terms of the agreement, YA Global will purchase over two years convertible notes with a total nominal amount of €5 million at a purchase price of 95 percent of the nominal amount. Epigenomics may issue the notes in tranches of €500,000 each, with each tranche comprising 500 convertible notes in the form of bearer bonds each with a nominal value of €1,000. The bonds are transferable only with approval by Epigenomics.

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