WR Entertainment ASA listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange Merkur Market

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17th April 2016

On 13 January 2016 WR Entertainment ASA listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange Merkur Market under the ticker code [WRE-ME]. This enables the Company’s shareholders to trade their shares, providing an official, transparent platform, and providing up-to-the-minute, accurate market information on the Company’s shares.

 

“Born in 1855 at Santa Fe / Crushed trucks was the first thing he saw / Thrown into the world’s harsh realities / Where a male soul is doomed to loneliness / Morgan Kane was his name.”

 

These stanzas are taken from the musician Benny Borg’s breakthrough tune from 1972, and arouses enough good memories with many people – mainly adult male – readers. The hope at least one of the companies that today listed on the Merkur Market, the new marketplace for the Oslo Stock Exchange.

WR Entertainment sits namely on most of the commercial rights for the Morgan Kane series, described as the biggest success in modern Norwegian entertainment literature.

  • In essence, we are a global book-to-movie-entertainment company. Our creative base in Hollywood, but our heart is here in Norway. So this is very exciting for us, says CEO Tasmin Lucia-Khan to E24.

One can objectively ascertain that the former news anchor stole the show during the current session on the Oslo Stock Exchange. Not only because she was the only female CEO and dressed relatively colourful, but also due to a massively energetic and verbose company presentation which triggered being approached from the Oslo Stock Exchange Director of Communications.

Tasmin Lucia-Khan Presentation at Oslo Stock Exchange

STOLE THE SHOW:  CEO Tasmin Lucia-Khan from WR Entertainment.

 

The Board considers Oslo Børs’ Merkur Market an excellent resource in which to gain access to capital markets, raising the Company’s profile and enhancing its future by providing future sources of capital for growth and acquisitions.

 

The event received broad media attention in Norway:

 

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