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|Lord Reid who has joined Shearwater Group as chairman of the Advisory Board, happens to be the chairman of the Institute of Security and Resilience Studies at UCL.
Former Home Secretary and Defence Secretary during the Blair Government (don't hold it against him!!),this is a massive coup for Shearwater Group.
|aren't we all
time to knuckle down.|
|"Focused on building a group of significant scale".
|Aiming to build a company into the hundreds of millions by the look of it.|
|Sellers cleared back to 9p|
|So we have money, what seems like a rather excellent management team, just no business. I love this gambling!|
|Looks like this is setting up to be a very large out fit many big hitters on board
First deal very soon|
|More, very exciting news today.
Excuse the pun but I think we're sitting on a gold mine!
|Another stunning , heavy hitter board appointment.|
|I suppose at some point soon there will need to be clarification on the following;
December 28 2016 - David Williams, Chairman.
"The wealth of experience and contacts from our new Directors means that we are alive to a number of opportunities and we hope that loyal shareholders see some positive action on this front in the New Year".
|Added some more here after the pullback|
|Agree totally with your post loadsadosh|
Plymouth Minerals acquired 80% of the Morille Tungsten Project from Aurum for cash plus a sum of shares (in Plymouth) to be issued to Aurum after twelve months.
"Aurum will retain a 20% carried interest in the Morille Project. Plymouth will retain the right to acquire this 20% at any time for GBP 2.5m. Once a decision is reached to proceed with a mining project at Morille, Aurum can choose to dispose of its interest, fund a percentage, or convert to a 0.5% net smelter return".
|How much are the Gold & Tungsten mines in Spain worth? There may be news of this next, hopefully NOT a fire sale. They will perhaps sell to their partners in the mines.|
|Thats the spirit loadsa :-)))))|
|Don't forget (I'm sure you won't) that we are, at this point in time, a grossly over-priced, underperforming mining company - true value,less than a penny.|
|Tech IP - thanks. Just never seen it before that you can buy below the quoted mid-price. Looks as though therefore the real share price is quite a few % points lower than quoted.|
|news on the way soon David Williams will not let you down|
|sarratoga - my trade was at 10.33 for 50,000 bought and was surprised to get them at 7.7p - pleased of course odd that it was listed as a 'sell', but then the following 'sells' at the same price were probably all 'buys'. Maybe a glitch or maybe a ploy to get sellers out in force if there's shortage of stock?
Tech_IP - these larger trades are making me think that perhaps an announcement is on the horizon. I'm not suggesting insider trading but it is only a matter of time before an announcement.|
|Just finding its feet I think and some small pi's exiting because the price hasn't moved for a few days and some churn from the placing stock. Most of the larger trades are buys and then we have a trade over 600k made to pay a significant premium over 8p.|
|Loadsdosh - is that a worry, the quoted mid-price stayed stubbornly at 7.75p until well after 12.30pm. Seems odd you could buy below the quote?|
|I also bought in a further trade this morning at 7.7p and it's showing as a 'sell' - along with a few other transactions which might well be 'buys'.|
|Biggish buy earlier and a big premium paid.|
|DGW - have a look at the strategy blurb at the front of the 31 December 2013 accounts for Airbus DS Ltd (also known as Cassidian UK - ultimate parent company EADS)). The CEO was Mr M Stevens (June 2012 to Sep 2014). Now as CEO of SWG, it seems possible that he might look at similar businesses as potential targets. If it assists in narrowing the niche and you are aware of any possible targets please share.
SWG NED, Mr R Southwell was also a director of Airbus DS Ltd. In 2013, the accounts report revenues of £59.7m and operating loss of £32.4m.
As you may know, you can access the accounts free using Companies House beta service.|
|28 December 2016.
"The wealth of experience and contacts from our new Directors means that we are alive to a number of opportunities and we hope that loyal shareholders see some positive action on this front in the New Year". (David Williams, Chairman.)