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Phillips Edison & Co. (“PECO”), an internally managed real estate investment trust focused on grocery-anchored shopping centers,  recently announced that the REIT’s proposed one-for-four reverse stock split announced last November has apparently been delayed due to “market conditions,” according to filings with the SEC.  The proposed reverse split would have converted every four shares of issued common stock into one share of common stock.

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On March 25, 2021, PECO announced that the REIT is reviewing alternatives in order to provide liquidity to the Company’s stockholders.  Pending this review, PECO’s Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRIP) has been suspended, beginning with the distribution payable April 1, 2021. Stockholders who would otherwise have elected to purchase via the DRIP will reportedly receive their full distribution ($0.02833333 per share) in cash.

Previously, in 2019, the board suspended standard repurchases under the company’s share repurchase program, but continued repurchases of shares from certain investors who had died or become disabled.

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Phillips Edison & Co. (“PECO”), an internally managed real estate investment trust focused on grocery-anchored shopping centers,  recently announced that it has resumed share repurchases upon a stockholder’s death, disability, or incompetency (DDI).  The repurchase price will be equal to the lesser of $5.75 and the company’s most recent estimated net asset value per share of common stock. The REIT’s most recent net asset value per share was $8.75, as of March 31, 2020 (meaning that purchases would be at $5.75 if the estimated NAV per share is not reduced below that price).

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Previously, in 2019, the board suspended standard repurchases under the company’s share repurchase program, but continued DDI repurchases. In March 2020, the board also suspended DDI repurchases under the share repurchase program.

PECO also will make distributions for January 2021 to stockholders of record at the close of business on January 15, 2021 equal to a monthly amount of $0.02833333 per share, or $0.34 per share annualized.

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Investors in Phillips Edison & Company, Inc. (“PECO”) may have FINRA arbitration claims, if their investment was recommended by a financial advisor who lacked a reasonable basis for the recommendation, or if the nature of the investment was misrepresented by the stockbroker or advisor.

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PECO was formed in Maryland in October 2009 as a non-traded real estate investment trust (or “REIT”), to acquire grocery-anchored shopping centers. In November 2018, PECO officially merged with Phillips Edison Grocery Center REIT II (“Phillips Edison II), a move that caused significant loss to its investors. Investors who purchased shares in PECO at the initial offering acquired shares at $10.00 per share, and while PECO’s sponsor has said that it currently has an estimated net asset value (“NAV”) of $8.75 per share, shares on the limited private secondary market have reportedly traded between $4.50 and $5.50 per share in recent months.

Making matters worse, in March 2020 PECO announced that it would suspended monthly distributions, as well as share repurchases or redemptions, albeit indicating that these  suspensions will be temporary.  As measures to guard against liquidity issues, PECO also reportedly borrowed $200 million from a revolving credit facility and announced plans to reduce expenses.

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