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Australian digital verification specialist Kyckr has confirmed plans to raise a further A$10 million (before costs) via a new share placement to institutional and sophisticated investors, woith new shares issued at $0.08 per share. Kyckr will also conduct a Share Purchase Plan (SPP) for an additional A$2m, to allow eligible existing shareholders an opportunity to participate in the raising at the same price. The funds will be used to expand international sales growth. Kyckr recently launched its latest ‘Company Watch’ product, an automated online monitoring service for enterprises, and announced expanded contracts with Commerzbank and Citigroup.

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