Atlas sees book value per common share unaffected by 'triggering event'

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Atlas Financial Holdings advises that as a result of shareholder activity a triggering event as determined under Section 382 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 has been reached. As a result, under IRC Section 382, the use of the company's net operating loss and other carryforwards will be limited as a result of this "ownership change” for tax purposes, which is defined as a cumulative change of more than 50% during any three-year period by shareholders of the company's shares. As of March 31, Atlas had 8,095,892 common shares outstanding and had total tax effected federal net operating loss carryforwards of approximately $16.6M, or $2.05 per common share of which the company had an overall allowance of $1.47 per common share with 58c net per common share included in book value per common share. Following this triggering event, the company estimates that it will retain total tax effected federal net operating loss carryforwards of approximately $15.0M, or $1.85 per common share based on the outstanding common shares at March 31. Book value per common share is expected to be unaffected by this event as the amount of lost DTA's are anticipated to be well within the allowance which was already held against the majority of these assets, the company said.

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