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The TSX Venture Exchange closed up 2.15 points to 745.37 Friday, ending the week up 12 points. Ted Geier's first capital pool shell, Trusted Brand 2016 Inc. (HAH: suspended), has submitted a filing statement for its qualifying transaction, which is a commercial real estate deal. The shell is acquiring 1421526 Alberta Ltd., which owns a mall in Edmonton. Trusted Brand, which has 3,962,900 shares issued, will issue 56,642,113 shares to 1421526 Alberta's shareholders. The shell will also assume a $2.57-million mortgage with Canadian Western Bank (CWB: $27.21). Among the contents of the filing statement that had not yet been previously disclosed are the target's operational plans and financial results.
1421526 Alberta's sole property is a two-storey retail and commercial building in Edmonton called the Pacific Rim Mall. Among the tenants there is HSBC Bank Canada. Lui International Group Inc.,
a related party to 1421526 Alberta, has been managing this mall for more than 10 years. In 2019, 1421526 Alberta earned $208,200 on revenue of $562,700. In the first quarter of 2020, it earned $25,400 on revenue of $132,000. The company ended that quarter with a working capital deficit of $6.65-million and no long-term debt. (Its mortgage was classified as current debt.)
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