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All Active Asset Capital Daily Update: All Active Asset Capital Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AAA. The last closing price for All Active Asset Capital was 53p.
All Active Asset Capital Limited has a 4 week average price of 53p and a 12 week average price of 45.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 63.80p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.25p.
There are currently 1,012,488,572 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of All Active Asset Capital Limited is £536,618,943.16.
jraah: Well go easy on it pal.....its probably having a complete meltdown. You might want to notify the samaritans. Great RNS, 2-3 months I would think, then yes, we should be triple the Share Price then. A hell of a lot of money to be made. Shorters are screwed my friend. No better feeling than that (oh and the millionaires of pounds being made).
cossie: 16 June 2021 ALL ACTIVE ASSET CAPITAL LIMITED ('AAA' or 'the Company') Proposed placing to raise a total of GBP120m at 80p per share Proposed agreement to acquire at least 75% of Sentiance Proposed cancellation of admission to trading on AIM Portfolio update The Board of AAA is pleased to announce a number of proposed matters which the Directors believe will be transformational for the Company once completed. The Company also provides an update on its current portfolio of investments. Proposed matters Proposed placing and proposed conditional placing (together the 'Proposed Placing') The Company is in the advanced stages of raising gross proceeds of a) GBP12 million through a placing of 15 million new ordinary shares at 80p per share to be conducted within the Company's current share allotment authorities and b) gross proceeds of GBP108 million through a conditional placing of 135 million new ordinary shares at a price of 80p per share ('the Proposed Conditional Placing'). The Proposed Conditional Placing will be conditional, inter alia, upon the passing of all resolutions at an extraordinary general meeting of the Company that is to be convened (as described below), the Company having completed the purchase of not less than 75% of the share capital of Sentiance (see below); and the Company having exercised the remaining EUR119 million of its AAQUA Option (see below). Proposed acquisition On 9 March 2021, MESH Holdings plc ('MESH') and AAQUA B.V. ('AAQUA') agreed a sale and purchase agreement whereby AAQUA would acquire a significant majority equity holding in Sentiance N.V. with MESH acquiring the balance ('SPA'). AAA is now proposing to enter into new conditional agreements with MESH and AAQUA under which the benefit and burden of the SPA would be transferred to AAA ('the Proposed Acquisition'). Under these agreements, AAA is proposing to allot and issue 500 million new AAA ordinary shares ('the Consideration Shares') to MESH or as MESH directs. Upon completion of the Proposed Acquisition, AAA would own at least 75% of the equity of Sentiance, with the balance owned by AAQUA. It is also intended that AAA will agree to set off repayment of the EUR3.65 million loan that it made to MESH in 2020 against the consideration for the Proposed Acquisition. AAA will also lodge a bond in favour of Sentiance with Sentiance's legal counsel. Should the Proposed Acquisition not complete, this bond will automatically convert into Sentiance equity. Suspension of trading on AIM The Proposed Acquisition would be classed as a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules for Companies and trading in the Company's ordinary shares on AIM would be suspended, pending the publication of an AIM admission document. Noting the Company's proposals in relation to the Proposed Acquisition and the Proposed Cancellation (as described below), trading in AAA's ordinary shares on AIM will remain suspended. Proposed cancellation of trading on AIM Subject to entering into binding agreements for the Proposed Placing and the Proposed Acquisition, AAA then intends to issue a circular ('the Circular') to Shareholders convening an extraordinary general meeting ('EGM') of the Company's shareholders, detailing the reasons why it would then propose to cancel the admission of the Company's ordinary shares to trading on AIM via a special resolution that would be included in the notice of EGM contained in the Circular ('the Proposed Cancellation'). The Circular will set out further details of the background to and reasons for the Proposed Cancellation, the reasons why the Directors believe that the Proposed Cancellation will be in the best interests of the Company and its shareholders as a whole, and the Directors' recommendation to shareholders to vote in favour of the special resolution to approve the Proposed Cancellation . Should all of the resolutions be passed at the EGM, and on completion of the Proposed Acquisition, the Proposed Placing and the anticipated exercise of the remaining EUR119m of the AAQUA Option (which would occur following the Proposed Cancellation), AAA will own a substantial portfolio of technology assets, including a controlling interest in Sentiance, which the Board believes have the potential to unlock significant value for shareholders in the future. The Company will also have a substantial balance sheet. Furthermore, the Directors believe the opportunity to generate significant incremental shareholder value means that the Company will be better suited to being listed, in due course, on an alternative international exchange. Should the proposed special resolution in respect of the Proposed Cancellation be approved by shareholders at the EGM, the Directors will then consult with advisers to determine the most efficient and effective route to achieve a listing for AAA on an alternative international exchange in due course. Update on portfolio The Company has investments in the following companies: AAQUA AAQUA is developing a reimagined proposition around passions, where community participants jointly curate original content, combined with member inspired online-to-offline initiatives. Incorporated in the Netherlands in July 2020, AAQUA is a private company which currently has over 175 employees (including recent joiners who are due to commence work) and plans for further rapid expansion. During the past six months, senior employees have joined AAQUA from companies including Facebook, TikTok, Netflix, ESPN, Spotify, Twitter, Uber, Sony Pictures, and Red Bull. AAQUA is planning a phased public activation of its services in conjunction with multiple well-known global partners and brands in Asia prior to the end of this year, with successive roll outs in Europe and the rest of the world planned for 2022. As AAQUA has yet to activate its services to the public, it is not yet revenue generating. For the period from incorporation on 23 July 2020 to 31 January 2021, AAQUA's unaudited net loss was EUR5.1 million and its unaudited net assets as at 31 January 2021 were EUR49.6 million. AAA owns 6,000 ordinary AAQUA shares, which currently represent 1.2% of AAQUA's issued share capital. AAA also has an option agreement with AAQUA (the 'AAQUA Option'). If exercised in part or full, the AAQUA Option would form part of AAQUA's ongoing C-Round equity financing, which is capped at a maximum of EUR200 million. Under the terms of the AAQUA Option, AAA can, subject to certain conditions, subscribe for up to 125,000 new AAQUA ordinary shares ('Option Shares') at EUR1,000 per share, of which EUR119 million remains to be exercised. The pre-money valuation of AAQUA for the purposes of the AAQUA Option was c.EUR500 million. This valuation was determined following negotiation between the boards of AAQUA and AAA as part of AAQUA's ongoing C-round funding. The valuation was agreed having taken into account historic and planned funding rounds by AAQUA and the exercise conditions, the length of the AAQUA Option's term, its Acceleration Clause (as described below) and the substantial size of the option. The EUR1 million fee for the grant of the option was negotiated to be offset against AAA's exercise of the option, meaning that if AAA exercised EUR1 million or more of the option, the cost of entering the option was effectively zero. This offset occurred following the Company's first EUR6 million partial exercise of the option in March 2021. The AAQUA Option lapses on 10 December 2021, but this period will be shortened if certain fundraising conditions are achieved by AAQUA (the 'Acceleration Clause'). If the Acceleration Clause is activated, AAA would then have 60 calendar days to exercise some or all of the AAQUA Option. After that, the AAQUA Option automatically lapses. The AAQUA Option contains various vesting conditions within the option agreement, to ensure that exercise of the AAQUA Option, which is at the sole discretion of AAA, cannot under any circumstances trigger a reverse takeover under Rule 14 of the AIM Rules for Companies. Notwithstanding the AAQUA Option's vesting restrictions, AAA does not presently have the funding to exercise the AAQUA Option in full. Further capital would need to be raised by AAA to enable full exercise of the AAQUA Option. For illustrative purposes, in the event that AAA were able to exercise the balance of the AAQUA Option in full today, then such exercise would result in the Company owning 125,000 shares in AAQUA, which would represent 19.5% of AAQUA's thus-enlarged share capital. If AAA were to exercise the AAQUA Option in full and AAQUA were to close its C-Round of funding in full, then AAA's 125,000 shares in AAQUA would represent a holding of 16.7% of AAQUA's enlarged share capital. As is customary for a minority shareholder, the Company does not have board representation or formal information rights in relation to AAQUA. AAQUA has been working in close collaboration with Sentiance on its core technology. This includes a development and long-term licence agreement regarding AAQUA's Algorithm of You, enabling users to control the way content is recommended to them. As announced by the Company on 9 March 2021, AAA provided an update in relation to the proposed acquisition of Sentiance by MESH and AAQUA, whereby, under a sale and purchase agreement, 100% of Sentiance was to be acquired by AAQUA and MESH, with AAQUA being due to acquire the significant majority equity holding in Sentiance. As described in the Proposed acquisition section above, it is proposed that these arrangements will be replaced by the Proposed Acquisition of at least 75% of Sentiance by AAA, with the balance being acquired by AAQUA. These new proposals, should they be confirmed via binding agreements, will be conditional upon certain other matters and will require the passing of certain resolutions by shareholders at the EGM. MESH and Sentiance MESH is a private holding company whose principal asset is a 17% equity stake in Sentiance, a Belgian intelligence-driven data science and behaviour change company. For the year ended 30 September 2019, MESH's audited loss for the year was GBP13,859,000 (2018: GBP337,000) and its audited net assets as at 30 September 2019 were GBP16,636,000 (2018: GBP493,000). Sentiance's technology is designed to turn motion data into contextual insights and uses behavioural change techniques to personalise engagement for safer and sustainable mobility and wellbeing experiences. Sentiance works with many global companies to create personalised engagement services and products through intelligent contextual recommenders, delivering technology for a new human-centric economy where the user is in control of their data. For the year ended 31 December 2019, Sentiance's unaudited loss for the period was EUR5.8 million (2018: EUR8.1 million) and its unaudited total assets as at 31 December 2019 were EUR4.2 million (2018: EUR5.2 million). AAA has a EUR3.65 million convertible loan note in MESH, which can be converted, at the sole discretion of AAA, into new ordinary MESH shares at 40p per MESH share. Should AAA fully exercise this EUR3.65 million convertible loan note, then the Company would own 2.5% of MESH's share capital. MESH currently owns 21,333 shares in Sentiance, or 17% of Sentiance's share capital, and as such the full exercise of AAA's convertible loan note would give AAA an indirect 0.43% interest in Sentiance. AAA has acquired indirect holdings in Sentiance, via its EUR3.65 million convertible loan note in MESH and its equity interests in Asimilar Group plc ('ASLR') because it is the Board's belief that Sentiance is an exciting technology company with the potential to grow significantly in value over time. ASLR ASLR is an AIM quoted company that focuses on investing in businesses in the fields of big data, machine learning, telematics and the internet of things (IoT) with content and delivery capability which engage customers, monetise the user experience and have potential to scale. AAA owns 1,200,000 ordinary shares and 240,000 warrants in ASLR (exercisable at 5p per share in ASLR and expiring on 31 May 2022). Should AAA exercise its warrants, AAA's resultant holding would represent 1.2% of ASLR's share capital. ASLR owns 24 million shares in MESH, which is equivalent to 7.8% of MESH's share capital, while MESH owns 17% of Sentiance's share capital. This means that AAA's investments in ASLR provide the Company with an indirect 0.02% interest in Sentiance. AAA also holds an option to acquire warrants over 1,200,000 ASLR shares, with these warrants being exercisable at 5p per ASLR share each, expiring on 31 May 2022 (with AAA's option expiring on the same date). Should AAA choose to exercise this option, then the Company would need to issue 255,000,000 new ordinary shares in the Company as consideration. Because of the market price of AAA's shares this option will not be exercised by AAA but is noted here for the sake of completeness.
whatyasay: I only need to give you one fact (and there are many multiples (just like the profits investors already have) to show what a muppet you are. HSBC own just under 54 million shares. HSBC bought those shares on or around 16/04/21 when the share price was circa 63p per share. This equates to a holding at a cost of almost £34mil invested. But of course, you know more than a mega worldwide institutional investor right?
whatyasay: Hell yeah they would dead lucky to get in under £2 if that is the announcement. I'm mean, for that to happen Aaqua will have 750,000 issued shares @ €1,000 per share - giving an MCap of €750,000,000. AAA would own almost 17% of Aaqua then - you do the math but that would see AAA owning €127,500,000 of that Mcap. £2 a share at that rate seems extremely generous with lots of room to grow
jraah: The HSBC move shows there is some support for this share, fact. Now that doesn't mean it will definitely go up, but it gives a lot more credibility to a rational thought process that there is room for further upward movement on the share price. Rosen, Candy and now HSBC see something in this. All of these are no mugs!!!! There must be something that has attracted them all. Again, it doesn't mean it will happen, but id rather be in line with them than not at this stage!
jraah: This share may well explode up in price or crash completely, the main thing is nobody actually knows but where someone is right or wrong, opinions are just that but should at least be based on some form of concrete evidence or information. Ao just taking the facts (no speculation or rumour) the company has the following; 1) Rosen (79m shares) and likely Candy have tens of millions of pounds already tied up in AAA, plus £100m worth of options at 50p. 2) Another UHNW individual bought £2.4m at 63p a couple of weeks ago. 3) “AAQUA will launch in Asia later this year. It is a social media platform, backed by an as yet unnamed global technology company” 4) Recent appointments include ex-Barclays/Sky as an NED; ex-Facebook/McKinsey Exec as a Board Advisor and Managing Director; ex-Tech/Innovation at Sky/Telefonica as a Managing Director. 5) HSBC very recently prior to suspension taken a 6% stake in the company. So,on face value, there is some credibility for the company to do well. It doesn't mean it will do well but there are a lot more material facts supporting the share price than not. (Credit to Reef13 on LSE for the info contained herein)
master rsi: AAA was suspendeed yesterday, and hopping for a RTO soon James Carthew: Why All Active Asset Capital is generating a mighty social media buzz - 12 Apr, 2021 The investment companies sector includes many fringe players that I generally don’t pay much attention to. For example, when I compile lists of best-performing investment companies, I routinely ignore funds with market caps of less than £15m. One stock that has long been excluded is All Active Asset Capital (AAAC) – an investment company domiciled in the British Virgin Islands but listed in London. However, this has sprung into life recently, soaring in value with the share price at 51p valuing the company at £516m and apparently trading on over a 3,500% premium – what is going on? Well, it is complicated, but some investors think AAAC will soon own a sizeable chunk of the next big social media platform. Three years ago, the fund was named All Asia Asset Capital. It had a 7% stake in Myanmar Allure Group, a hotel and gaming company in Myanmar valued at less than £1m, holding about £200,000 in cash and net assets of £1.1m. In 2019 it acquired a new board, its new name and had started raising money to broaden its portfolio into Europe. In 2020, it bought a stake and some warrants over shares in Asimilar Group. The new chairman was James Normand. He has private equity experience and was finance director of Pathfinder Minerals for about seven years, up to 2016. Rodger Sargent (Sports Internet Group, Bigblu Broadband, Audioboom Group and S4 Capital) became an executive director and Peter Antonioni (a commodities-market broker in Singapore and backer of a number of start-up companies) was made a non-executive director and stumped up some cash. He now has a 11.9% stake in AAAC through a vehicle called One Nine Two Pte. At 11 December 2020, the date of the last interim accounts, AAAC had over £10m in cash, its stake in Myanmar Allure was valued at £150k, its Asimilar investment was valued at £319k and it held a €3m (now €3.65m) secured convertible loan to MESH Holdings. Asimilar has an 8.3% stake in MESH. MESH is planning to buy a significant minority stake in a Belgian software company called Sentiance. AAAC has been issuing lots of shares – there are now over a billion in issue. One backer, who bought in last March, is Chris Akers, who has been involved with numerous start-ups including Sports Internet Group. He now has an 8.1% stake in AAAC. He is also an investor in MESH. AAAC has brought on another non-exec director, Colin McQuade – ex Barclays and Sky and currently the chief technology officer at BGL Group (owner of He has been granted 12 million options in AAAC at 15p. The big excitement is over AAAC’s stake in a company called Aaqua. So far it owns 6,000 shares in this company which it bought on 2 March, but it has options to subscribe for up to 125,000 shares at €1,000 per share – ie, €125m. The options form part of Aaqua’s proposed Series-C round of funding. If AAAC can exercise its shares and Aaqua raises all the money it hopes to, AAAC will have a 16.7% stake in Aaqua. The sharp-eyed amongst you will have realised that AAAC hasn’t got the money to fund this. However – and this is where the excitement builds – property developer Nick Candy of Candy & Candy fame and David Rosen, the German entrepreneur behind Lottoland, each have 100 million options over AAAC shares at 50p each – ie, £100m worth altogether. Another name that crops up a lot is Robert Bonnier, former chief executive of, who is the largest shareholder in MESH and the founder and boss of Aquaa. Aquaa will launch in Asia later this year. It is a social media platform, backed by an as yet unnamed global technology company, built around groups with common interests – fans of a football club or devotees of a band, for example. Sentiance is writing the underlying software and Aquaa is bringing that in-house by buying the balance of Sentiance that MESH doesn’t own. Aaqua has been hiring from the likes of Google, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, ESPN and Netflix. I told you it was complicated, and I haven’t even bothered to wade through the raft of other option agreements over AAAC shares. The ducks seem to be lining up and, assuming all goes to plan, the next big question is whether Aaqua’s launch gathers momentum. The rewards if Aquaa succeeds could be significant, but it has a big mountain to climb. James Carthew is a director at Marten & Co, operator of the QuotedData website. The views expressed in this article are his and do not constitute investment advice.
master rsi: From the "UPS" thread .... Master RSI 18 Mar '21 - 08:48 - 390 of 390 KEEP an EYE AAA 39p -1p Despite early buying the shares were marked down to 38 v 39p, and then move higher, Speculation is David von Rosen has an order to buy in the Market and MMs were accommodating the price to his order, and when he does is large. A good reason to move from here: The Bollinger Bands are opening up and when this happens the Share Price tends to go higher and follow the TOP Band, and the deal getting close to being done.
master rsi: Clearing the desk to have as much cash as possible .... Sale of investment AAA has agreed terms to sell the Company's 7% interest ('Interest') in Allure Group Co., Ltd. ('Allure') to Oxbow Enterprise Limited, an existing shareholder of AAA, for a cash consideration of £100,000 ('the Sale'). Allure is the holding company for Myanmar Allure Group Co., Ltd ('MAG'), which owns and operates the Allure Resort, a hotel in Myanmar. The book value of the Interest in AAA's latest unaudited financial statements was £150,000, reflecting the Directors' assessment of MAG's future prospects. It is anticipated that completion of the Sale will occur before the end of February 2021. The net proceeds from the Sale will be used for the general working capital purposes of the Company. The Company's Interest in Allure is a legacy investment, held since 2013. The Sale will allow AAA to focus on its core investments, including a convertible loan in MESH Holdings plc and an option, exercisable under certain conditions, to acquire up to €125 million of equity in AAQUA B.V.
master rsi: Good to see deal finally put on the table, the very large volume of the last couple of days was saying something ..... Agreement by MESH and AAQUA to acquire Sentiance AAA has been informed by MESH Holdings plc ('MESH') and AAQUA BV ('AAQUA') that they have entered into a definitive sale and purchase agreement ('SPA') to acquire Sentiance NV ('Sentiance'). Upon completion, MESH will increase its holding in Sentiance to 80% on a fully diluted basis, with the remaining 20% on a fully diluted basis owned by AAQUA. According to the SPA, it is expected that the Sentiance acquisition will complete by 10 March 2021. Once the acquisition has completed, a further statement is expected to be made by MESH and AAQUA. AAA has an interest in MESH via a €3.65 million Convertible Loan Note that can be converted, at the sole discretion of AAA, into ordinary MESH shares at 40 pence per share. In addition, AAA has an option agreement with AAQUA, which, under certain conditions, allows AAA to subscribe for up to 125,000 new AAQUA ordinary shares at €1,000 per share, being a total of €125 million if fully exercised. Further details of the terms of AAA's Convertible Loan Note with MESH and option agreement with AAQUA can be found in the Company's announcements of 17 and 18 December 2020 respectively. Sentiance is an emerging and leading organisation within behavioural, ethical artificial intelligence and machine learning with its 'Motion Intelligence' and 'Behavioural Change Platform' technologies. Sentiance has partnerships, extended partnerships and contracts with well-known international businesses, including several within the Fortune 500. AAQUA's mission is to reimagine the communities of passion and empower them into self-perpetuating economies across the globe. The distinct AAQUA proposition is delivered around authenticity, inclusiveness and creativity, and is aimed at ensuring digital engagement can be conducted in a genuinely trusted environment with real human interaction. AAQUA commenced its extensive, by invitation only development program in late Q4 2020 and anticipates reaching general availability at the end of Q2 2021, with the first tangible partner, passion and icon activation initiatives commencing out of Asia shortly thereafter.
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