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Mr Bloom is a former corporate strategist at Unilever with over 40 years’ experience in strategic partnering, technology commercialisation and business strategy. He has built businesses in the US, Europe, and China, where he spends over a quarter of his time. Acting as board chairman, Mr Bloom assisted Chinese solar wafer manufacturer ReneSola to list first on AIM and then on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SOL). Annual revenues grew from $5 million to over $1 billion within five years. Mr Bloom is a director of the international hydrogen fuel cell and energy company, Intelligent Energy (which listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange in July 2014), and director of AIM-listed Starcom plc. His career has had significant involvement with Japan and Korea, and more recently China. He became involved with China in 2001, and was appointed UK chairman of the China-UK Venture Capital Joint Working Group, launched by Gordon Brown during his official visit to China in February 2005, to foster collaboration between the venture capital and private equity industries in both countries.
Yap Wee Keong
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Yap is the founder of MayAir and has been instrumental in leading and growing MayAir since its inception. He continues to be responsible for the overall business direction, setting strategies and leading the senior management team. He obtained his Masters of Business Administration from University of Keele, United Kingdom in 2001, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with first class honours from University of Malaya in 1992. Mr Yap’s entire career since graduation has been devoted to the air-related industry and he has therefore accumulated 23 years’ experience in the industry. He began his career with OYL Manufacturing Company Sdn Bhd in 1992 as a Research and Development engineer and was subsequently a marketing manager with Group Associated (C&L) Sdn Bhd (a marketing arm of York air-conditioners distribution in Malaysia). He left that company in 2001 to found MayAir. Mr Yap is a professional engineer registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia and Institute Engineers of Malaysia.
Corporate Head Quarters / Malaysia Office
No 18, Jalan 6/2B, Taman Industri Selesa Jaya,
43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor Malaysia.
Tel: +603 8961 2908
Fax: +603 8961 2948
|its a kipper _ its Chinese ffs|
|Good to see a clean sheet so far today - CFEP are still at the top of the bid on 93p.
Maximum sellers' patience needed for this one.
IMO CFEP will want to make sure that all the shares which are available for sale at this level have been sold before moving the share price up.|
|CFEP are at the top of the bid still.|
|A bit of blue because CFEP moved to the top of the bid at 09:50 this am (!) I wonder who is going to be impatient enough to sell to CFEP at 90p...|
|3 small sells and the MM's walk the price down|
|The stated purpose of the share buy-back was to raise the share price. Presumably MAYA are not going to be best pleased if Cantor Fitz. let it slide back from here. MAYA has suggested that they would like it back to at least the IPO price.
At least CFEP started at the top of the bid this am and are still there.|
|The only problem is fear - looking at the chart if the price droops in the next few sessions then it could well drop back to below 80p very quickly - they know people will sell at a loss if they fear a complete pullback to where this rise started from therefore getting cheap shares and starting the process all over again|
|Here it is
MayAir Group plc (AIM:MAYA), a leading specialist provider of air purification technology, announces that on 22 November 2016, the Group purchased through Cantor Fitzgerald Europe 20,000 ordinary shares of no par value ("Ordinary Shares") at an average price of 94 pence per share. The purchased shares will be held as treasury shares.
Presumably there will come a time when MAYA runs out of sellers below 100p....|
|Quite likely to be a buy-back that 20k. Fits the pattern.|
|Cantor has just moved to the top of the bid...|
|Where's our resident clown Almaison...not only did he sell his MAYA shares at 55p crowing the buyback was a fraud he's been buying WSG whilst those more savvy were selling into the slide. Midas touch??? If you see Almaison recommending buying a share, best give it a very wide berth!Bad luck Al.|
|Let us hope so. No contract RNS since July and the year-end approaches. Something in this vein would be welcome. Does anyone know what the value threshold is for contract wins to be RNS'ed?|
|The following is from the Directors Talk website. “MayAir Group plc (AIM:MAYA), a leading specialist provider of air purification technology, has told Directors Talk that on 18 November 2016, the Group purchased through Cantor Fitzgerald Europe 20,000 ordinary shares of no par value at an average price of 95 pence per share. The purchased shares will be held as treasury shares.”
A search of the Directors Talk website suggests that this is the first mention on that website of the MAYA share buy-back.
For the record, 479.5k have so far been bought back for a total cost £340k (excluding fees).
That is about 1.1% of the issued share capital for about 6% of the maximum funds available for the buy-back.
20k at 95p on 18th Nov
20k at 96.6356p on 16th Nov
2k at 96.5p on 15th Nov
20k at 99.5p on 8th Nov
12.5k at 103.5p on 27th Oct
30k at 96.75p on 24th Oct.
10k at 92.5p on 19th Oct.
25k at 91p on 18th Oct.
25k at 88p on 11th Oct.
25k at 85p on 4th Oct.
5k at 78.4p on 3rd Oct.
35k at 74.86p on 26th Sept.
100k at 62.4p on 17th Aug.
150k at 49p on 8th Aug.
"The buy-back will be for up to a maximum of 4,247,500 ordinary shares of no par value in the Group ("Ordinary Shares"), representing approximately 10 per cent. of the Group's issued share capital, for an aggregate maximum consideration of £5,755,750. MayAir has engaged its broker, Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, to undertake the buy-back on its behalf."
Good to see that no holders were sufficiently impatient to part with any MAYA shares today. What will the next Cantor Fitz. tactic be? Will they raise the bid to encourage selling?|
|MayAir Group plc (AIM:MAYA), a leading specialist provider of air purification technology, announces that on 18 November 2016, the Group purchased through Cantor Fitzgerald Europe 20,000 ordinary shares of no par value ("Ordinary Shares") at an average price of 95 pence per share. The purchased shares will be held as treasury shares.|
|Great performance again, lol|
|They were mugged|
|WTF - Somebody is desperate !!!!|
|MayAir Group plc (AIM:MAYA), a leading specialist provider of air purification technology, announces that on 16 November 2016, the Group purchased through Cantor Fitzgerald Europe 20,000 ordinary shares of no par value ("Ordinary Shares") at an average price of 96.6356 pence per share. The purchased shares will be held as treasury shares.|