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Aisi Realty Share Discussion Threads
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|Has there been any facts or figures on new cash raised? I don't seem to have seen any. Kenny as you say the price could go anywhere but I think the new directors will gee things up a bit so could be interesting.|
|All went to plan restoration today...
as for SP, anything could happen|
|all going to plan and cosolidation has taken place in my account already|
|they heard you:)|
In addition, in order to allow completion of certain conditions precedent to the Proposed Investment by South East Continent Unique Real Estate ("SECURE") Management, the deadline for completion of such conditions precedent has, following agreement between the Company, the Manager and Secure Management, been further extended from 30 July 2011 to 8 a.m. 8 August 2011. The Directors are confident that the remaining outstanding conditions will be achieved shortly and that no further extensions will be required. In particular the Company's annual results for the year ended 31 December 2010 are expected to be announced on 5 August 2011 and subsequently posted to shareholders on 8 August 2011.
|again all positive, should be out of suspension in a few days...|
|Brovary warehouse - new tenant lease agreement signed
Aisi Realty Public Limited ("Aisi"), a property investment company focusing on development projects and related investments in Ukraine, is pleased to announce the signing of a new, two year lease agreement with FM Logistics Dniepr, a subsidiary of French global logistics operator FM Logistics Group, for 2,704 sq.m (approximately 6% of the total lettable space) at the Company's Brovary warehouse.
Further, an existing tenant, DSV Group has increased its lease space by 1,000 sq.m (approximately 2% of the total lettable space).
The above agreements bring the total contracted space of the Brovary property to 26% occupancy. Multiple negotiations over the empty sections remain ongoing.|
|I always thought this had the potential to go over 10p but a 100 to 1 consolidation wasn't what I expected. The new share holder looks like they might get a bit of action going here and they must see some value or they wouldn't be putting their cash in. This could be a positive step, especially if they get some new blood on the board. Maybe there will be a push to sell a couple of the other sites.|
|to be honest, only reqad it once more since - certainly not going out of business... lets see what happens once all i's dotted e.t.c|
|Ken-Drawn any further conclusions from last RNS?|
|So the nav is currently around 10p per share right ?|
|Our new investor
|And the new investor could have the right to a majority of directors on the board, but I have no clue as to whether that is a good thing or a bad thing. Bit of homework needed.|
|Ken-the easy bits as I understand it are :
1)shares -for every 100 shares you will only now have 1 share.
2)The AIM quote will be restored.
3)The loan will be secured on the properties.
4)The conversion of the Bonds is at $1.5/ new share.|
|Major RNS update this morning, a lot to take in - will need several read throughs before I fully understand..|
|Be nice if it was true. Who told you?|
|I just been told that AISI have stopped trading?? and i have just got back all my money i invested which is great as i was at a loss|
|Kennyruss, nothing like a bit of rain to help things along. AISI could be in a worse state and I presume they are still looking at selling a couple of the other sites so there could be some good news yet.|
|yeh, looks as if there will still be life...
tatties doing well by the way:)|
|Not the best start to the morning but it could have been worse.|
|suspension, but grace period for $34m loan...|
|Fantastic trading update from DUPD, interesting market outlook from them:
In 2010, Ukraine continued to emerge from the crisis following and strengthening the recovery trend started in the second half of 2009. It became obvious to both landlords and property occupiers that the market has passed its low point and that time is coming for taking investment decisions and resuming business expansion. This conception resulted in a number of investment transactions recorded in the local market for the first time since 2H2008, recovery of end-users' demand for quality commercial space, and further yield compression. According to Colliers International, prime yields compressed from 15-18% to 12-14% in 2010, although no investment transactions were recorded at these levels.
Principal market indicators have improved across all property sectors, with retail real estate sector leading the trend due to a surge in consumer spending and significant undersupply of quality shopping space.
Debt finance has remained largely unavailable restraining the pace of the market recovery although not halting it completely. However, the starting shift of the banks' interest from government bonds to corporate and consumer lending bodes well for the growth of the commercial and residential property markets in 2011-2012.|
|Oh yes - Missed that minor detail ;-)|