Vancouver, BC October 28, 2015 - INVICTUS MD STRATEGIES CORP. ("Invictus MD" or the "Company") ($IMH:CNX) ($IVITF) (FRA: 8IS) announces that, further to its news release dated June 25, 2015, it has entered into a share exchange agreement dated October 26, 2015 with certain escrowed shareholders whereby 17,089,121 escrowed common shares (the “Escrow Common Shares”) have been voluntarily cancelled and replaced with 170,891.21 non-voting and non-participating Class A Preferred Shares (the “Class A Preferred Shares”) on the basis of one Class A Preferred Share for each 100 Escrow Common Shares.
The Class A Preferred Shares are subject to the same escrow release schedule as the Escrow Common Shares and will only become convertible into common shares if and when released from escrow.
As a result of the share exchange, the current number of issued and outstanding common shares of the Company has been reduced to 37,546,997 effective immediately.
About Invictus MD Strategies Corp.
Invictus MD targets companies with proven brands, strong customer focus, and significant growth potential. We not only provide capital to meet these objectives but also years of management experience from a team that has been successful in all facets of business from start-ups to running large international organizations. The fundamental core of our operations is centered on the vast opportunities within fragmented industries.
Invictus MD works in partnership with management teams to increase shareholder value through business planning and process integration, developing and executing growth strategies, leveraging our experience and relationships, and structuring and deploying the proper capital to support long-term growth. Our prudent approach to both investing in and developing successful companies ensures successful execution of the business plan in both times of economic expansion and contraction.
For more information please visit www.invictus-md.com.
On Behalf of the Board,
Chairman & CEO
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