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Eaton Vance ceases to be substantial shareholder at Yoma

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan2/18/2021 1:11 PM GMT+08  • 1 min read
Eaton Vance ceases to be substantial shareholder at Yoma
The firm sold 13 million shares for $2.42 million, pricing each share at around 18.6 cents, via market transaction on Feb 17.
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Boston-based investment management firm Eaton Vance has ceased to become a substantial shareholder at Yoma Strategic Holdings.

The firm sold 13 million shares for $2.42 million, pricing each share at around 18.6 cents, via market transaction on Feb 17.

The sale has reduced Eaton’s stake in Yoma to 111.2 million shares or 4.97%, lower than the 5% stake threshold.

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