Rule 26 of the AIM Rules

The following information is disclosed in accordance with Rule 26 of the AIM Rules:

Company Information

Description of the business
Last updated: 01/06/2018

Directors' names, biographies, responsibilities and committees
Last updated: 01/06/2018

Country of incorporation - Cayman Islands. Main region of operation - US, Europe and India.
Last updated: 01/06/2018

Please note that as Kubera Cross-Border Fund Limited is a company incorporated in the Cayman Islands the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a company incorporated in the United Kingdom.

Details of Nomad and key company advisers
Last updated: 01/06/2018

Documentation and Announcements

In accordance with AIM Rule 26 and Market Abuse Regulations, company announcements will be available for a period of at least 5 years.

Public documents including admission document and articles of association
Last updated: 02/01/2019

The most recent annual report and accounts
Last updated: 02/01/2019

All interim reports published since the last annual report
Last updated: 02/01/2019

Any publications or communications sent to shareholders within the last 12 months

Securities Information

Details of other current and future exchanges on which securities are traded.
The Company is not trading or listed on any other exchanges or trading platforms.
Last updated:02/01/2019

The number of securities in issue.
The Company's issued share capital consists of 109,734,323 ordinary shares of US$0.01 each.
Last updated: 02/01/2019

The percentage of securities not in public hands
In so far as the Company is aware, the percentage of the Company's issued share capital that is not in public hands is 95.53%.
Last updated: 02/01/2019

Identity and percentage holding of significant shareholders
Last updated: 02/01/2019

Details of any restrictions on the transfer of AIM securities
Last updated: 02/01/2019

Shares are transferable subject as hereinafter provided:

The Directors may, in their absolute discretion, decline to register any transfer of a share (not being a fully-paid share), provided that such discretion may not be exercised in such a way as to prevent dealings in the shares from taking place on an open and proper basis. The Directors may also decline to register the transfer of any shares in respect of which the Company has a lien. Shares are not transferable to natural persons under the age of 18 or, without the specific consent of the Directors, to United States Persons (as such term is defined in Regulation S adopted pursuant to the US Securities Act 1933). If the Directors refuse to register a transfer they shall notify the transferee within two months of such refusal.

If at any time the holding or beneficial ownership of any shares in the Company by any person (whether on its own or taken with other shares), in the opinion of the Directors (a) would cause the assets of the Company to be considered "plan assets" within the meaning of the Plan Assets Regulation (29 C.RR.2510.3-101) adopted by the United States Department of Labor under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 ("ERISA') or Section 4975 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended or such similar United States acts and regulations as determined by the Directors from time to time, (b) may give rise to a breach of any applicable law or requirement in any jurisdiction; or (c) would or might result in the Company being required to register or qualify under the United States Investment Company Act 1940; or (d) would or might result in any investment manager engaged by the Company being required to register or qualify under the United States Investment Advisers Act 1940; or (e) contravene the criteria for eligibility for investing in the Company determined by the Directors from time to time, then any shares which the Directors decide are shares which are so held or beneficially owned ("Prohibited Shares") must be dealt with in accordance with paragraph (iii) below. The Directors may at any time give notice in writing to the holder of a share requiring him to make a declaration as to whether or not the share is a Prohibited Share.

The Directors shall give written notice to the holder of any share which appears to them to be a Prohibited Share requiring him within 21 days (or such extended time as the Directors consider reasonable) to transfer (and/or procure the disposal of interests in) such share to another person so that it will cease to be a Prohibited Share. From the date of such notice until registration of such a transfer or a transfer arranged by the Directors as referred to below, the share will not confer any right on the holder to receive notice of or to attend and vote at general meetings of the Company and of any class of shareholders) and those rights will vest in the Chairman of any such meeting, who may exercise or refrain from exercising them entirely at his discretion). If the notice is not complied with within 21 days to the satisfaction of the Directors, the Directors shall arrange for the Company to sell the share at the best price reasonably obtainable to any other person so that the share will cease to be a Prohibited Share. The net proceeds of sale (with interest at such rate as the Directors consider appropriate) shall be paid over by the Company to the former holder upon surrender by him of the relevant share certificate (if applicable).

The instrument of transfer of any share held in any usual or common form for use in the Cayman Islands or in any other form approved by the Directors and shall be executed by or on behalf of the transferor (and, in the case of a transfer of any share that is nil-paid or partly-paid, signed by the transferee). The transferor shall be deemed to remain the holder of a share until the name of the transferee is entered in the Register of Shareholders.