ShareSoc Growth Company Seminar, London, October 2016

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ShareSoc Growth Company Seminar, Altrincham, September 2016

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Blog posts

Fund Raises – Why and How Retail Shareholders Should be Included.

We remain absolutely focused on making sure retail investors have fair access to fund raisings. This is important, now more than ever, as many companies plan to return to the equity markets to shore up balance sheets and reposition for the future. I would not like to see the current circumstances become an excuse for extracting value from minority and small shareholders. Marcus Stuttard, Head of UK Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange is very clear: “Retail or individual investor participation, is really ...

Ted Baker Audit Failure, SRT Marine Big Deals

The bad news this morning for holders of retailer Ted Baker (TED) is that the company has announced an independent review of its inventory. It says it has identified...

ShareSoc Events – Altrincham, Richmond and Brighton

This is a final reminder that we have a company seminar in Altrincham (near Manchester) next week (Tuesday the 27th September) with four interesting smaller companies presenting. These are:...

AGM Reports

Software Radio Technology (SRT) AGM Report – the Directors think the shares are good value!

On the 6th July I drove through the Somerset countryside to reach the AGM of Software Radio Technology (SRT) – got lost on the way taking a short cut to avoid Bath, but that’s a different story. This company produces AIS marine electronics and has been covered in past ShareSoc newsletters (not always particularly positively after the profit warning before the end of the financial year when instead of meeting the sales forecast of “between £10m and £16m” it turned out ...

Software Radio Technology (SRT) AGM Report 2011 – An Example of a Good AGM

Software Radio Technology held its Annual General Meeting on the 8th September at its offices in Midsomer Norton (south of Bath for those who have no idea where that is). Surprisingly about 40 shareholders attended even so. At least the time of 11.00 a.m. meant I did not have to get up much before dawn. The attendees were of course all private shareholders so far as I could tell, with some from a local “share club” – as there was no ...