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Mxc Capital LSE:MXCP London Ordinary Share GG00BSBMMK42 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -1.69% 2.90p 2.80p 3.00p 2.95p 2.85p 2.95p 1,328,284 10:05:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 2.1 5.1 0.2 12.6 98.29

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Mxc Capital Daily Update: Mxc Capital is listed in the Mobile Telecommunications sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MXCP. The last closing price for Mxc Capital was 2.95p.
Mxc Capital has a 4 week average price of 3.09p and a 12 week average price of 3.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.50p.
There are currently 3,389,310,770 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 997,293 shares. The market capitalisation of Mxc Capital is £98,290,012.33.
miton: IC "I would also flag up that MXC already covers its costs as it reported underlying cash profit of £1.2m in the six months to the end of February 2016, largely earned from its advisory and capital markets business, so it is not dependent on capital gains on investee companies. However, clearly MXC's dealmakers are building up quite an enviable track record, a fact that's not reflected in a share price trading in line with book value. Indeed, the company made unrealised investment gains of £13.7m in the six months to the end of February 2016. And it's not as though trading prospects are poor, far from it, as chairman Peter Rigg, a former Credit Suisse investment banker, notes that "we have a full pipeline of opportunities and [are] confident of prospects for the second half". He also pointed out that the board is "committed to distribute 20 per cent of realised gains on our portfolio to shareholders". That's worth noting because MXC is now sitting on unrealised gains of £27m on its equity portfolio. I am also reassured that the insiders have substantial skin in the game as the concert party who own 66.9 per cent of the equity, including MXC's founders Mr Smith and Mr Weaver who control 35.6 per cent of the share capital between them, are well incentivised to maximise returns for all shareholders. Other MXC corporate financiers include Marc Young, former head of technology at broker FinnCap, and Paul Guilbert, an industry stalwart who has worked for private equity groups Permira and Alchemy."
panamul: While on one level it does seem contradictory to do a buy back at 3.6 followed by a placing at 2.55, the more important thing is to look at whether there has been any dilution. The placing is at a just smidgen below the current share price. Dilution is less than half a percent, equivalent to about 0.0135p per share. So as an existing shareholder not involved in the placing I am pleased that the company has been able to raise this many funds with so little dilution. It is a huge sign of confidence in the company going forwards.
sheaton: Topped up this morning based on the amazing results (in my view). Spread is 3.20 - 3.30, but MM charged 3.22, so showing as a sell. My guess is that the MMs are trying to keep a lid on the share, with lots of buys appearing as sells, so the share price appears not to be reacting to the results and so weak holders sell out ready for institutional buying. Just my thought.
ibans: It would be nice to see a bit of volume as we prepare for some great news days. Looks like CTP is now ticking along nicely after MXCP has spent the best part of 12 months getting them to that position where they can now grow and prosper without too much assistance from MXCP. MXCP will always be there to assist as a mandated advisor but things are going very well there. 365Agile has also been in focuss over the last 6 months and has grown and now teetering on the brink of something very special and ready to RTO which will be very lucrative for MXCP. Again as a mandated advisor and shareholder MXCP will be there to assist further growth. Pinn is now under the watchfull eye of MXCP management and having done majority of the fundemental work with CTP and 356Agile they can now focuss on the restructure of PINN and create further value for MXCP share holders. I think we can look forward to news from PINN, CTP and 365Agile as well as some individual news from MXCP on their own turn around and advisory business with a sprinking or two of some meaty invesments to boot. Don't forget the Little British Battlers. Something will come of that!!
ibans: Eye still going well and now £2.20p and should continue to rise from here which all adds value to the MXCP share price.
ibans: Significant? not a word that should be bannded about. Unless of course sales of 365Agile are in deed significant than OK...tells us all we need to know. Significant growth is ocurring and will only improve. 365Agile are attending lots of presentions and have stands at all the large IT events in the UK. The who's who of any TMT company will be there and no doubt new business will be won. MXCP share price won't be at this level for long. Take a look at what they are doing and how they are doing it and you will see where they value can be had. I said the same with CTP @ 060p and it's here again for those who missed out. MXCP's time for a 250% to 300% rise is here.
ibans: Fozzie, it's a excellent chance to get in on the floor here. This will do very well when the news does land and allthough we know there will be some news with CTP in mind I am expecting more and bigger deals to come outwith them for MXCP. The well progressed deals, potential invesments and mandates means there will be multiple news flow and this company is no one trick pony. £9 mill in Cash for investing and getting in on lucrative placing like we did with CTP. We got in there @1p now 2.30p Huge paper profit in the space of 3 months which adds to the MXCP share price. We will be doing the same again on the next acquisition where we will get a fee for advising, and also a slice of equity and there may be scope for another hive off like the 365Agile deal we snapped up during the acquisition of Documotive. We have 365Agile which appears to be where all the good news is coming from in terms of what CTP are doing and the fact we own 25% of 365Agile as well as 23% of CTP means a future floatation of 365Agile will assist us to realise a huge profit again and in turn adding to the shre price of MXCP whilst all the while getting reveunes from licence fees which we sell to Documotive. Out with CTP we will be assiting many in the TMT sector in a turn around capacity which provides the other arm of the business with lucrative returns and also naturally gives us access to discounted placings which again we will do very well from. These companies that come to us for our turn around services are in need of cash and guidence. We give them both. They get cash, we take a huge chunk of discounted equity, they get advice, we take a nice fee. MXCP in their capacity as an advisor then ensure the equity we took at a discount is well looked after because we turn the companies fortunes around which ensures our equity appreciates in value. It's winner winner for MXCP and it shows how lucrative this game is. Money makes money and even more so with the guys we have on board. This is not a sales game, we aint selling nothing. The business comes to us and as a mercahnt bank to the TMT sector and a sponsor of the Little British Battlers we see and have access to hundreds of IT companies from start ups to fully grown and established companies. The turn around and advisory business is the bread and butter here but with the investment side of things, the advisory side where we have 4 listed companies on the books and also the turn around services MXCP is primed to move forward rapidly on next news and there will be a good bit of it to come.
ibans: Btw they way when you factor in the options and warrants of such deals it's easy to see how quickly MXCP can generate huge amounts of profits. A placing in COMS for example at say 2p for arguments sake..then fees for advisory services etc then options over the stock at the same price as the placing all adds up. On completeion of the placing and the turn around period which could run between 3-6-9 months the share price could have doubled, trebled or quadrupled on progress of a sucessful turn around and then MXCP can excersise their options/warrants at the placing price of 2p. That could be a % of the entire share capital or a set amount but with a share price at 10p and MXCP can claim millions at 2p it's a no brainer. It's a licence to print money.
ibans: MXCP is enjoying a nice return from one of it's first investments already. CTP where they own 23% They own 260 million CTP at a price of 1.1p which gives them a whopping return from their initial investment which they paid £2.8 million. That initial investment is now worth £6.5 mill giving them a clear £3.7 mill in profit and that's before the game has started. The potential on this single investment will result in a 10 bagger for MXCP in due course as they also have warrant for 5% of the entire share capital of CTP. With regards to the value attributed to MXCP via the investment of CTP I see little in the way of any value attributed at this point in time considering that before MXCP had made any investment the share price was approx. 2p and then subsequently moving up to 2.45p on the announcement of that investment in CTP. Since then institutional investors selling seemed to pull this right down to current price which is lower than when they first RTO's onto AIM. We should see a slow rerate back up towards the 2.4p level before any further news of investments are made. Imo This is where MXCP is different from any other investment vehicle. They are not silent investors sitting back and hoping that their investment is being looked after. They are hands on, the provide advice they carry out detailed research and know the market inside out. If they get involved in turning a company around they will put someone on the BOD to run the day to day things and ensure they sort that company out as well as taking care of their investment. They done it with coms and will do it again. Another bonus is they will only invest in the TMT sector and will only invest where value is to be had. It where they are comfortable having managed and invested in the TMT sector for a combined 50 years and having Martin Bolland the CEO of Capita will ensure certain investments perform and do well. MXCP is a merchant bank and can get in on the ground floor even when the share price is not on the ground floor as demonstrated with the investment in CTP they will take part in placing getting discounted stock and earning a profit from the start. the are like institutions who always seem to get the best deals due to having the cash to wave under a CEO's nose in hard times. This will be how MXCP can make excellent investments and bring value for share holders.
cottoner: Q - So what has MXCP the specialist merchant bank with a track record of investing and advising companies in the TMT sector done to make a purchase of their shares a worthwhile investment? A - Well,MXCP have currently over a 23% holding in CTP , acquired at a cost of 1.1p/share as well as 5% of warrants at the same price. The share price of CTP is currently over 2p and expected to rise further as CTP grow and make further acquisitions. As well as MXCP , CTP have other high profile and highly regarded shareholders including Nigel Wray, Slater Investments (Mark Slater) and Warren Stephens. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP also currently has a holding of over 4% in RCN, as well as almost 1.7m options @ 32p. Redcentric currently has a MCAP of around 214M and a share price around 150p. Redcentric was just recently tipped by the highly respected Zulu share guru Jim Slater. Q - Apart from that? A - Over 50% of MXCP is owned by Ian Smith the CEO of CTP and Tony Weaver the CEO of RCN. Ian Smith has significant experience of leading and creating value in the technology industry. He has sat on numerous boards and either led or been involved in a large number of transactions in the TMT sector. Ian has recently led strategic change and value accretion at Redstone plc and Accumuli plc. Ian is currently CEO of Castleton Technology plc and he founded MXC Holdings with Tony Weaver. Tony Weaver has 30 years of sales, operations and management expertise in the TMT sector. He established his first IT business in 1988 and has since founded and managed a number of other successful private IT companies. In the last 12 years Tony has also served on the boards and led a number of publically quoted companies, including Xploite plc and Redstone plc. Tony is currently CEO of Redcentric plc, a non-executive director of Castleton Technology plc and he founded MXC Holdings with Ian Smith Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP also has as its Chairman, Martin Bolland who is also the chairman of Capita. Martin Bolland founded the private equity group Alchemy, serving as a Partner for 11 years. Martin is currently chairman of Capita plc, a FTSE 100 company, and is also currently chairman of Parkdean Holidays and MXC Holdings. Martin previously held a number of senior operational roles in Lonrho and is a chartered accountant Q - Apart from that? A - Last year the acquisition of InTechnology by RCN brought about by a £65M placing arranged by MXCP was the largest fundraising in AIM in its sector in 2013 and was selected as Transaction of the Year in 2014. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP previously thro' placings acquired over 55 million shares in COMS at 0.3p and 0.8p. They were subsequently sold for a handsome profit. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP, when Ian Smith was the Executive Director of ACM acquired a stake of over 14% which was subsequently sold for a handsome profit. MXCP are still retained by ACM to give financial and investment advice. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP invested in Maytech Communications in 2013, a global cloud file sharing business and own 25% of their equity. The investment was made to enable Maytech to accelerate their growth which was already at 30%. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP have recently invested in 365 Agile providing up to £1M in funding, an exciting software enabled mobile working solutions business, resulting in MXCP owning 25% of their issued share capital.Their product has the functionality to build data share from the 'Internet of Things' and Big Data applications. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP recently arranged the funding to enable CTP to make their latest acquisition , namely Documotive. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP will certainly be fundamentally involved in further CTP acquisitions. CTP have in the past said that they will make up to 9 acquisitions , they've currently made two so far. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP's main shareholders apart from Ian Smith and Tony Weaver also include Nigel Wray a well respected investor with over 18% and Hargreaves Hale with over 8%. A number of other MXCP directors also have substantial holdings in MXCP which they acquired in the initial placing earlier in the year. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP have concluded transactions with a value in excess of £400M over the last 10 years, including investments by Redcentric, Accumuli and Castleton. MXCP have in the past received a fee of 2% of the funding arranged for acquisitions. A long list of transactions arranged by MXCP can be seen on MXCP's website. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP retain mandates with 4 AIM listed companies, relationships with a number of private companies and have a significant pipeline of opportunities. Q - Apart from that? A - Ian Smith and Tony Weaver have recently both made MXCP share purchases to add to their already large holdings. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP have further cash available to make further significant investments. £8.5M was recently raised of which £1.2 has been invested in Castleton and £1M in 365 Agile. MXCP also have further cash available after the reverse takeover of Broca. Q - Apart from that? A - MXCP have a strong investment record,generating significant realised and unrealised gains. The realised gains to date have generated a return in excess of 3 times the original investment. Q - Apart from that? A - Nothing much but I'm sure this will change!!
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