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Tue, 13th Oct 2015
Andy Thomis, chief executive of defence tech specialist Cohort (LON:CHRT) provides more detail on...
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Tue, 13th Oct 2015
Andy Thomis, chief executive of defence tech specialist Cohort (LON:CHRT) provides more detail on the £3mln contract its subsidiary secured to supply Electronic Warfare Operational Support. The deal means that Cohort’s MASS unit will help its unnamed export customer protect their military aircraft from threats. Thomis explains that the deal is immediately earnings enhancing and will add to group revenue this year and beyond. Meanwhile, the CEO said he expects authorities in Portugal to sign off had asked Cohort’s purchase of Portuguese advanced defence electronics supplier EID by mid-December.
Cohort chief on latest MASS contract and EID acquisition
Tue, 13th Oct 2015
Simone Barratt, chief executive of dotDigital (LON:DOTD), comments on plans to broaden the email specialists’ reach into specific sectors, niches and geographies through strategic partnerships. Today the firm said revenues rose by 33% to £21.4mln in the year to June, while pre-tax profits were 45% ahead at £5.2mln. The UK remains a key market for the business and US revenues are on the rise. Further expansion into the Americas and Asia Pacific is on the cards, as Barratt explains, thanks to the firm’s localisation and translation capabilities.
dotDigital to connect with overseas partners in growth bid, says CEO
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
Ewan Lloyd-Baker, chief executive of Hayward Tyler (LON:HAYT), says he sees huge opportunity for the firm's newly-acquired Peter Brotherhood business and plans to revitalise the 150 year-old brand. Hayward Tyler told investors today it is buying Peter Brotherhood for US$15mln (£9.7mln) from Dresser-Rand, an arm of German industrial giant Siemens. Peter Brotherhood specialises in making steam turbines and gas compressors, and much of the company's work involves the efficient and environmentally-friendly conversion of energy.
Hayward Tyler to revive Peter Brotherhood brand post acquisition
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
Neil Ritson, chairman of Solo Oil (LON:SOLO), says the company could end up signing its long-awaited gas sales agreement before the Tanzanian general election in two weeks’ time. Ritson was speaking to Proactive after Tanzania’s president officially opened a 535-km gas pipeline that runs from Mtwara to Dar es Salaam. It was built with a US$1.3bn loan from the Export-Import Bank of China. Solo and its partner Aminex (LON:AEX) hope to deliver up to 30mln feet per day of gas into the pipeline from the Kiliwani North 1 well.
Solo Oil's Ritson eyes gas sales deal ahead of Tanzania election
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
Cyril D’Silva, chief executive of Golden Saint Resources (LON:GSR), comments on the company’s decision to use a crowdfunding platform. The diamond specialist told investors on Friday that it is going down the crowdfunding route to raise £250,000 through the issue of loan notes.
Golden Saint CEO on crowdfunding move
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
David Marock, chief executive of insurance service specialist Charles Taylor (LON:CTR) comments on the state of the insurance industry and the firm’s plans to extend its service offering. The London-listed firm claims to make the business of insurance “work efficiently”. It does this by managing complex insurance claims for brokers, clients and the insurers themselves. Speaking to Proactive, Marock comments on Charles Taylor’s recent progress, including the acquisition of an international life insurer, acquiring a stake in an insurance software specialist and expanding its office network.
Charles Taylor chief on insurance sector and growth plans
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
John Burt, chief executive of Abzena (LON:ABZA), says Swiss drugmaker Roche’s US$580mln acquisition of Adheron Therapeutics increases the likelihood of future royalties and licence fee payments to the firm. Abzena has helped develop Adheron’s therapeutic antibody treatment - SDP051 - a potential treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and fibrotic disease. It is one of ten clinical-stage treatments being developed by Abzena’s partners and, notably, Adheron is the third of the company’s partners to be taken over.
Abzena CEO: Roche’s Adheron takeover increases chance of revenues
Mon, 12th Oct 2015
FinnCap’s Dougie Youngson gives his outlook for the oil price and discusses what he feels are the four key drivers which should result in higher oil prices in 2016 and beyond. He explains why stock selection is crucial, and why he continues to favour companies with growing cash flow and balance sheet strength such as Ithaca Energy (LON:IAE), Wentworth Resources (LON:WRL) and Sound Energy (LON:SOU).
FinnCap oil analyst Youngson sees higher crude prices next year
Fri, 9th Oct 2015
Tim Coughlin, Royal Road Mineral’s (CVE:RYR) president and chief executive officer, says the company’s La Golondrina asset has all the makings of a highly profitable high-grade underground or open-pit project. This week the firm struck a deal to acquire the Colombian gold mine, where it reckons it could define a high-grade resource of over a million ounces. The Toronto-listed firm has entered an option agreement with Richard Ignacio Apraez Caicedo and Anastasio Ademelio Solarte Rodriguez to acquire 100% of La Golondrina.
Royal Road Minerals boss on La Golondrina deal and project potential
Fri, 9th Oct 2015
William Lynne, analyst at Hybridan, says that profitable Fintech companies on AIM are starting to see some useful increases in their share prices while the cash burners are struggling. GB Group (LON:GBD), Accesso Technology (LON:ACSO) , MobilityOne (LON:MBO), Billing Services (LON:BILL) shareholders have had a good year while other firms, such as Monitise (LON:MONI), have had a tough time. Speaking to Proactive, Lynne says a decent cohort of small companies that are transitioning into profitability which look promising from an investment perspective.
Hybridan: Fintech winners starting to see rewards
Fri, 9th Oct 2015
Douglas Conn, managing director of Stewart & Wight (LON:STE) discusses the firm’s £10mln property portfolio and its investment strategy. The dividend paying company has 20 properties – mainly shops located in market towns across the UK. Speaking to Proactive, Conn explains that throughout its history the firm has acquired property with attractive values and good yields.
Stewart & Wight director discusses property portfolio
Thu, 8th Oct 2015
Paul Welch, chief executive of newly launched SDX Energy (CVE:SDX) says there’s huge upside potential for investors after the recent merger with Madison PetroGas. “We’ve got a real platform for growth underpinned by low cost, resilient and profitable production,” says Welch. The CEO claims the business, formerly Sea Dragon Energy, is stronger in terms of the asset base and balance sheet after the tie-up. Currently valued at around US$30mln, Welch says the new entity should have a market cap of around US$100mln– and that’s without taking exploration into account.
SDX Energy chief sees US$100mln valuation after PetroGas tie-up