GREENWICH, CT--(Marketwired - Jun 24, 2016) - Oxford Lane Capital Corp. (
- On March 21, 2016, the Fund announced a Preferred Stock Repurchase Program. Under this Repurchase Program and since March 31, 2016, the Fund has repurchased 609,537 shares of its Series 2023 Term Preferred Stock, and 2,712 shares of its Series 2024 Term Preferred Stock. The Fund may, but is not obligated to, continue repurchasing its outstanding Preferred Stock in the open market from time to time through August 1, 2016. The Fund currently has 3,016,001 shares of its Series 2023 Term Preferred Stock and 2,018,879 shares of its Series 2024 Term Preferred Stock issued and outstanding.
- As a result of the shares of Preferred Stock repurchased to date under the Preferred Stock Repurchase Program, the Fund has cured its prior non-compliance as of March 31, 2016 with the asset coverage requirement in the Preferred Stock governing documents, in accordance with the cure provisions therein.
About Oxford Lane Capital Corp.
Oxford Lane Capital Corp. is a publicly-traded registered closed-end management investment company. It currently seeks to achieve its investment objective of maximizing total return by investing in securitization vehicles which, in turn, primarily invest in senior secured loans made to companies whose debt is unrated or is rated below investment grade.
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