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‫نشرة اإلصدار‬
‫طرح 000,002,41 سهمًا جديدًا عن طريق زيادة رأس مال تمثل 1.03% من رأسمال شركة دله للخدمات الصحية‬ ‫القابضة بعد االكتتاب، وذلك من خالل طرحها لالكتتاب العام بسعر 83 ريال سعودي للسهم الواحد‬

‫شركة مساهمة سعودية بموجب السجل التجاري رقم 0358210101 وتاريخ 31/4/5141هـ (الموافق 91/90/4991م).‬ ‫والقرار الوزاري رقم 143/ق بتاريخ 91/01/9241هـ (الموافق 91/01/8002م)‬ ‫فترة االكتتاب: تبدأ من يوم االثنين 5/1/4341 هـ (الموافق 91/11/2102م) إلى يوم األحد 11/1/4341 هـ (الموافق 52/11/2102م («فترة االكتتاب»)‬
‫شركة دله للخدمات الصحية القابضة هي شركة سعودية مساهمة بموجب السجل التجاري رقم 0358210101 وتاريخ 31/40/5141هـ (ويشار إليها فيما بعد بـ»الشركة»). وقد تأسست الشركة في مدينة‬ ‫جدة في تاريخ 03/90/4141هـ الموافق 31/30/4991م، كشركة ذات مسئوولية محدودة وصدر لصالحها السجل التجاري رقم 4522010304 وتاريخ 03/90/4141هـ. وقد تأسست الشركة برأس مال نقدي‬ ‫قدره ثالثمائة وخمسة وتسعين مليون (000,000,593) ريال مقسمة إلى ثالثمائة وخمسة وتسعين ألف (000,593) سهم ، قيمة كل سهم ألف (000,1) ريال، حيث امتلكت شركة دله البركة القابضة‬ ‫عند تأسيس الشركة نسبة تسعة وتسعين بالمائة (99%) من رأس مالها، أما النسبة المتبقية من رأس مال الشركة والبالغة واحد بالمائة (1%ٌ) فكانت مملوكة من قبل صالح بن عبداهلل كامل. وكان‬ ‫مستشفى دله (“المستشفى”) قد تأسس في عام 7891م كمؤسسة فردية مملوكة من قبل صالح بن عبداهلل كامل. وقد تم بيع أصول وموجودات المستشفى واستثمارات بمبلغ صافي قدره‬ ‫مائتين وخمسة وتسعين مليون ريال (000,000,592) للشركة بعد تأسيسها ولمزيد من المعلومات عن عملية البيع راجع القسم 1.4 (المقدمة) الجدول 91 من هذه النشرة. وبتاريخ 21/11/4141هـ (الموافق‬ ‫32/40/4991م) صدر قرار الشركاء بالشركة بنقل مركزها الرئيسي إلى مدينة الرياض وصدر للشركة السجل التجاري رقم 0358210101 وتاريخ 31/40/5141هـ (“السجل التجاري”). وبتاريخ 71/30/5141هـ (الموافق‬ ‫42/80/4991م)، قرر الشركاء تخفيض رأس مال الشركة بسبب زيادة رأس المال عن متطلبات الشركة من ثالثمائة وخمسة وتسعين مليون (000,000,593) ريال إلى مائتين وخمسة وتسعين مليون‬…...

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