Genius Group Provides Update on Outstanding Convertible Debt
SINGAPORE, Sept. 08, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Genius Group Limited (NYSE American: GNS) (“Genius Group” or the “Company”), a leading entrepreneur edtech and education group, announces that the outstanding balance of the US$18,130,000 Senior Secured Convertible Note signed in August 2022 with Alto Opportunity Master Fund, SPC – Segregated Master Portfolio B (“Convertible Note”) has been reduced to current balance of US$53,344 through payments and conversion of the note.
About Genius Group
Genius Group is a leading entrepreneur Edtech and education group, with a mission to strive to disrupt the current education model with a student-centered, life-long learning curriculum that prepares students with the leadership, entrepreneurial and life skills to succeed in today’s market. The group has a group user base of 4.5 million users in 200 countries, ranging from early age to 100.
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Flora Hewitt, Vice President of Investor Relations and Mergers and Acquisitions
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Released September 8, 2023