This is following default by Dynaris over Rs. 100 million outstanding to LOFIN.
The Colombo Stock Exchange (CSE) on Friday was informed by LOFIN that it understands that Dynaris is planning to dispose of shares held by it in violation of the Court order.
“This illegal sale of PCHH shares by Dynaris amounts to price sensitive information for LOFIN and the investors at large,” stated LOFIN.
It has also said that any stockbroker who facilitates trades in violation of the Court order in shares owned by Dynaris will be liable of contempt of court.
As at 31 December 2013, Dynaris Holdings owned by S.H.M. Rishan held a 39.89% stake in loss-making PCHH or 100.5 million shares. At Friday’s closing price the stake is worth around Rs. 340 million. In the nine months ended on 31 December 2013, PCHH Holdings Group loss was Rs. 1.2 billion.