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Quoted Micro 13 December 2021

  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 13/12/2021 |

AQUIS STOCK EXCHANGE

Gibraltar-based RentGuarantor (RGG) provides a rent guarantee service to tenants in the private rental sector. It has joined the Access segment having raised £125,000 at 200p a share. Chief executive Paul Foy has agreed to lend the company £200,000. The business is currently loss-making and has to grow much bigger to get to the point where it is breaking even. The share price ended the week at 210p, although there were no reported trades.

Incathera (INC) continues discussions with two global cosmetics companies about the commercialisation of the Sol skin cancer treatment and started talks with two more. There was £627,000 in the bank at the end of £627,000 and this should last well into next year.

Capital For Colleagues (CFCP) has raised £1.95m at 64p a share and all the directors are participating in the placing. This will provide additional cash for investment. The company had £1.91m in the bank at the end of August 2021. NAV was 69.71p a share at the end of August 2021. A final dividend of 1.5p a share is payable on 3 March.

Lombard Capital (LCAP) lost £228,000 in the quarter to September 2021. The company requires cash, and the Gaskell House waste and recycling property is up for sales. Those proceeds will not be enough to pay off the bonds when payment is due at the end of January 2022. The plan is to try to extend the redemption date.

TECC Capital (TEC) had £1.1m in the bank at the end of September 2021, which is the same as the NAV. Acquisitions are being evaluated.

Clean Invest Africa (CIA) more than halved its interim loss to £553,000. Net liabilities have increased to £3.22m. More cash is required to get the most from the CoalTech technology.

Coinsilium Group Ltd (COIN) says investee company Greengage is withdrawing the application for a Gibraltar banking licence. The plan is to pursue an e-money licence and then apply for a UK bank licence.

KR1 (KR1) has paid the performance fee of £4.15m to Reflexivity Research, which is owned by the executives of KR1. There will be £830,000 paid in cash and the rest in shares. KR1 contributed 350,000 Poldadot in the Astar, formerly Plasm, crowdloan.

Sativa Wellness Inc (SWEL) generated record revenues in one week and that takes revenues for the eleven months to November 2021 to £13.8m. The growth is coming from the testing clinics.

Kevin Soltani has stepped down as chieve executive of Semper Fortis Esports (SEMP) and Keith Harris will be interim executive chairman.

Chris Akers has raised his stake in Quetzal Capital (QTZ) to 17.2%. Burns Singh Tennent-Bhohi increased his stake in Gledhow Investments (GDH) to 8.26%. Scwiar Capital has raised its shareholding in Helium Ventures (HEV) to 10.9%.

EPE Special Opportunities (ESO) had net assets of 511.93p a share at the end of November 2021. Share buybacks are planned and 150,000 shares were acquired at 350p each.

Pioneer Media Inc (PNER) has raised a further C$400,000 at C$1 a unit (one share and one warrant). This takes the total raised to C$1.5m. Vulcan Industries (VULC) has raised £383,000 via placings at 1.6p a share and 1.5p a share.

NFT Investments (NFT) is applying to list on the NEO Exchange in Canada.

AIM

Cloud video editing platform developer Blackbird (BIRD) is raising £8m at 28p a share with chief executive Ian McDonough investing £380,000. This will finance further technology development and add to the technical staff. There will also be cash for market testing advancements and new products. The potential market is enormous, and Blackbird has only just started to exploit new areas.

Windward Ltd (WNWD) has developed AI-based software that enables real-time information about seafaring vessels to be transmitted to their owners. Israel-based Windward raised £26.3m at 155p a share and it ended the week at 204p. The market capitalisation of £166.5m is high considering the progress made. In the six months to June 2021, revenues improved from $7.11m to $8.09m, while the loss jumped from $1.53m to $4.04m. Annual contract value is $19.7m with 99% of revenues from subscriptions.

Ondine Biomedical Inc (OBI) has returned to AIM and raised £22.3m at 53.41p a share. The share price ended the week at 58.5p. Canada-based Ondine develops photodisinfection-based therapies for drug resistant infections. The light-based technology can reduce inflammation and eliminate pathogens. It originally floated on AIM on 9 August 2004, then focused on dental treatments, and left in 2011. In the six months to June 2021, revenues increased from C$213,000 to C$1.98m, while the loss fell from C$7.48m to C$4.58m.

Redx Pharma (REDX) has received another $10m milestone payment from Jazz Pharmaceuticals as the research collaboration reaches the two year mark.

Antimicrobial technology developer Byotrol (LSE: BYOT) fell back into loss following the Covid-19 boosted revenues in the corresponding interim period. Revenues more than halved from £6.7m to £3.2m. There was £1.9m of cash at the end of September 2021.

4GLOBAL (4GBL) provides sports consultancy services to governments and other organisations, as well as subscription data products. It raised £4m at 91p when it joined AIM.

Nexus Infrastructure (NEXS) returned to profit last year as revenues improved from £125.7m to £137m. Civil engineering services provider Tamdown continued to lose money but the eSmart Networks EV charging installation division moved into profit. Management is considering floating eSmart Networks on AIM or bringing in a strategic investor. The money that Nexus would raise can then be used to acquire a business to broaden the range of services offered by the TriConnex utilities connection division.

MAIN MARKET

Sivota (SIV) has found a potential reverse takeover candidate in the form of Israel-based Apester, which has an interactive digital platform. The plan is to pay $12m for a 53.9% stake in Apester. Sivota wants to raise £11m.

Urban Logistics REIT (SHED) has moved from AIM to the Main Market following a £250m fundraising.

MENA Land (MENA) has lost its listing, trading having been suspended since 2 November 2020.

Argo Blockchain (ARB) has resolved its litigation with Celsius by terminating the lease agreement and paying $6.32m to Celsius, which is handing over title to equipment and paying bitcoin to Argo. November revenues were £8.29m with Argo mining 185 bitcoin.

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