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City Of London Group Plc CIN London Ordinary Share
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Posted at 03/6/2021 11:20 by sharesoc
Current shareholders and potential investors in City of London Group (CIN) may be interested in our webinar on the 14th June. Michael Goldstein (CEO) will be presenting to ShareSoc members: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-city-of-london-group-cin-14-june-2021/
Posted at 04/5/2021 15:29 by sharesoc
Current shareholders and potential investors in City of London Group (CIN) may be interested in our webinar on the 11th May. Michael Goldstein (CEO) will be presenting to ShareSoc members: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-city-of-london-group-cin-11-may-2021/
Posted at 19/2/2021 10:21 by macc1
here's an investor video with CEO Michael Goldstein and the CEO of Recognise Bank. Quite a useful intro in to what they are doing in the SME lending market.

hTTps://youtu.be/-BhSFED8e_0

Posted at 11/11/2009 21:40 by topvest
Some encouraging news here.
New management team.
Prospect of a dividend at the full year with deficit on distributable reserves resolved.
Cash of £1.3m.
Possible offer still in the background.
NAV 79p.

They made some great Aussie coal seam investments a year or two ago which have yielded enormous profits.

Shame they were stupid enough to invest a £m or so in ARC which was a pile of rubbish from day 1 and was run by a bunch of what I believe to be very suspect individuals. Anyway things looking up. The Munro Fund is loss making, but is a good idea for the prudent investor.

Encouarged to hold these until we get a better exit or some more exciting opportunities.

Posted at 24/11/2003 13:42 by scrapheap
NAV 55p - nothing stellar about that & it would have been nice to get a current NAV as they say it has increased since end sept. nothing to excite in my opinion and no rabbit/hat - which makes it all the more weird that some investors have twice been prepared to buy in at over 60p ...
Posted at 07/11/2003 21:56 by simonevans
Yes, very interesting. There must be some attraction for the investors - second bunch in at 65p - massive premium to a couple of days ago.
Posted at 07/11/2003 15:48 by scrapheap
Fantastic RNS today - 10% issued to investors at 65p! NAV at end Sept was 55p plus more since... i see only good news and what do the shares do

nothing

Posted at 06/11/2003 16:50 by scrapheap
the rise came through today on no trading.

results should be out soon - nov 20th last year - hoping for some bullish comments = perhaps given the budding tec recovery, i wonder if they'll pull out of mothballs either of the two projects that were shelved in the dark days earlier this year..

the indie article about the investor bailing out, completely ignored that the ceo sold to a group of investors for 60p+ - they wouldn't have done that without some faith in prospects!

I topped up at 37p on monday and am sitting and hoping...

Posted at 24/6/2003 15:30 by scrapheap
I'm going to predict that they will get a decent price for the archiving business and that when news is released confirming the sale to one of the US firms that the shares will rally above 65p.

Why else would a bunch of investors be willing to buy 30% of the CEO's holding at such a premium when normally such a sale by the CEO would be such a negative signal. Having said that it might be that there will be a delay before this news comes out as otherwise I'm sure the ceo would have held off selling for a few more weeks!

Posted at 23/11/2002 08:42 by simonevans
No dividend. Too much money being invested in Mailstore. No financial results presented for Rchive it so they must have been poor. Heading down to 30p-40p if you ask me. If Mailstore was so good then why have they not been able to get outside investors in? Pulling the plug on Rchive it in 6m time will seriously dent net assets and future dividend prospects. In my view they should have demerged it by now, raised some cash and left it to either sink or swim! As always DYOR.
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