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Tue, 28th Jul 2015
Patrick Walker, the chief executive of Rightster (LON:RSTR), comments on the progress the...
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Tue, 28th Jul 2015
Patrick Walker, the chief executive of Rightster (LON:RSTR), comments on the progress the Cloud-based global video distribution and monetisation network has made in the past six months. “The management team have worked hard in bringing together acquisitions, merging companies and cultures as well as finding costs synergies,” said the CEO. “We’re pleased with where we have come from and working hard for a positive future.” Today the firm told investors in a trading update online video traffic has shown encouraging growth during the six months to 30 June, with average monthly video views totalling 1.6bn, an uplift of 331% from the first six months of 2014. By the end of the period, the company's total subscribers had reached 85 million, up 41% since December, 2014.
Rightster boss Walker pleased with progress
Tue, 28th Jul 2015
Tony Manini, the chief executive of Asiamet Resources (LON:ARS), formerly Kalimantan Gold, explains the new strategy and forward focus for the AIM-listed miner which changed its name last week.
Asiamet Resources chief on refreshed strategy
Tue, 28th Jul 2015
David Wright, the chief executive officer of Porta Communications (LON:PTCM), says the tie-up with Broker Profile, owned by Capital Access Group, fits perfectly with Porta’s strategy to broaden its service offering. Porta, a marketing and communications group, has taken a 29.5% stake in Capital Access Group which is buying the entire issued share capital of Broker Profile - a corporate communications, investor access and equity research firm. Broker Profile was set up in 1997 by Jonathan Gillen. It has over 70 clients ranging from FTSE 100 to AIM.
Porta Communications chief: Broker Profile a good fit
Tue, 28th Jul 2015
The chief executive of Europa Oil & Gas (LON:EOG), Hugh MacKay, says knowledge gained from onshore and offshore projects will help the firm increase the prospectivity of newly awarded blocks in the North Sea. The company told investors today that it had been awarded Block 41/24 in the Southern North Sea in the latest licensing round. The award is for a Promote licence that requires a drilling decision within two years. After that point, it will revert back to a traditional licence for up to 26 years. It applied jointly with Scottish private company Arenite Petroleum for the block and both firms have a 50% stake.
Europa expertise to help build prospectivity of new North Sea blocks
Tue, 28th Jul 2015
The chief executive of Premier Oil (LON:PMO), Tony Durrant, says the company’s disciplined approach to costs and conservative spending policy is working well in the current low oil price environment. Premier has assets in various countries, including Vietnam, Indonesia, Norway, Pakistan, the UK and the Falkland Islands and produces 60,000 barrels of oil per day across the group. “We’re protected from the volatility of oil & gas prices due to our good level of cash flow,” said the CEO, adding that the business is reducing costs, being conservative when it comes to spending but still seeking out investment opportunities.
Premier Oil chief content with performance in tough market conditions
Tue, 28th Jul 2015
The chief executive of Ebiquity (LON:EBQ), Michael Greenlees, says the company’s full year figures signal a tipping point for the company. “We’re seeing double digit growth across most metrics, the market trends are moving in our favour with a greater focus on analytics, data awareness amongst our clients.” Revenue in the 12 months to 30 April 2015 went up 11% to £76.3mln while underlying operating profit up was 12% higher at £12.9mln. The marketing performance specialist has also recommended a maiden dividend of 0.4p. which Greenlees says reflects confidence in the group's future.
Ebiquity boss says results mark “tipping point” for company
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
The chairman of Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk (LON:POG), Peter Hambro, is confident that the firm’s lower costs and improved efficiencies will begin to pay off, despite the lower gold price. “We’re on the cusp of higher grades thanks to underground mining - and the effect should be hugely positive for the company’s cash flow,” said Hambro. Since its refinancing in March, Petropavlosk has managed to lower its cash costs targets from US$700 per oz to US$600 in a period in which gold prices have hit a five-year-lows. As well as lowering costs, the miner is increasing efficiencies, maximising positive cash flow and paying down debts.
Petropavlovsk’s Hambro comfortable with current gold price thanks to cost cuts
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
Andy Ho, chief investment officer of VinaCapital, says Vietnam’s fast growing economy is increasingly providing attractive opportunities for foreign investors and believes the country is on the path towards long-term sustainable growth. VinaCapital manages three closed-end funds trading on AIM, including the Vinacapital Vietnam Opp Fund (LON:VOF) which is migrating onto the main market of the London Stock Exchange. The vehicle invests in all asset classes, including listed and private equities, real estate, and bonds. The company’s VinaLand fund makes investments in residential, retail, hospitality and office sectors while its infrastructure vehicle puts money into transport and logistics, power & telecommunications.
VinaCapital investment chief on Vietnam’s growth opportunity
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
Andrew Bell, chairman of Regency Mines (LON:RGM), sheds light on the company’s planned oil investments in the United States after it told investors it was eyeing near-term cash generative assets. “The opportunities are located in Texas & Louisiana,” Bell told Proactive Investors. “Essentially they are a variety of reworking propositions - three of which are already generating cash flow. “We believe that cash flow could increase and the operations could become quite profitable in a relatively short space of time.” With natural resource markets still relatively weak, Regency is giving priority to the acquisition and development of low risk, low cost, cash generating assets with development potential. Back in April, the firm sold out of the Horse Hill oil project in Sussex, UK.
Regency Mines chair details plans for US oil investments
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
The managing director of Strategic Minerals (LON:SML), John Peters, is confident that the firm’s focus on smaller, low cost mining projects will prove profitable in the medium term. The mining group recently told investors at its annual meeting it wanted to acquire smaller resource projects with near term cash flows,. The aim is to become a profitable, dividend paying mining company in two to three years by taking on projects which are reasonably cheap and easy to put into production. Since the end of 2014, Strategic has bought a New Zealand coal mine (Tatu) while due diligence is underway on a second coal mine in China.
Strategic Minerals MD says smaller scale projects “just right for business”
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
The chief executive of Earthport (LON:EPO), Hank Uberoi, says the company will continue to invest as it continues with its mission to become the accepted international payments solution for banks and others institutions around the world. “We offer a single connection, Earthport can deposit money into any bank account in the world for fraction of the price with low failure rates and complete transparency,” said the CEO. In a trading update covering the year to the end of June, Earthport revealed revenue increased by more than 78% from the year before to at least £19.25mln. The company, which is sitting on more than £30mln in cash, has decided to accelerate the pace of investment in view of the “size and visibility of opportunities” open to it, as it increasingly becomes the default choice for cross-border payments.
Earthport chief focused on maximising global footprint
Mon, 27th Jul 2015
Anthony Sethill, the chief executive of Toumaz (LON:TMZ) reckons the wireless semiconductor technologies company is 12 months away from seeing its SensiumVitals gain significant commercial traction. SensiumVitals is a disposable ‘plaster’ about 15cm across that is stuck to the chest of patients when they enter hospital. It contains a radio, a processor, and sensors for respiration, temperature and heart rate. Figures are sent to hospital computers which can present them to nursing staff graphically, or raise alarms if figures suggest deterioration. The product is being trialled at many hospitals around Europe and the Middle East, while St James's, one of the UK's most highly regarded hospitals, is also testing SensiumVitals.
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