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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Daniel Stewart DAN London Ordinary Share GB0004602842 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 1.625 00:00:00
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24/1/2016
21:08
nod: For those who know DAN and Adam Wilson ...It's interesting to note that Atlantic Coal cancelled its AIM listing on 21 January. Adam Wilson is a major shareholder and Chairman of ATC. The cancellation followed a suspension which left private shareholders with no means to sell their shares. For those who don't know DAN very well, Adam Wilson was a director of DAN. He quit so DAN could buy a business he owned in the Middle East named MENA. Peter Shea paid Wilson nearly one million pounds for MENA and it proved to be a worthless business which Shea quickly shut down. Shea then paid Wilson 500,000 pounds a year in consultant fees at the same time as DANs revenues were falling like a stone and loss making. Wilson brought minimal revenue into DAN.Shea and Wilson jointly own a pub-restaurant in England.DAN was a major investor in QPP by way of warrants. DAN was the original nomad bringing QPP to AIM. RT has known Peter Shea and DANs directors for many years. I have never held a share in QPP and have no interest in RT. I have regularly expressed my opinion that DANs directors and shareholders were corrupt.
28/9/2015
20:45
ionlypostafterbbms: Who were those clever investors who, knowing more than us mere mortals, bought millions of these at 3.35p a few weeks ago?
24/7/2015
07:41
elcapital: ajseabright? Absolute rubbish If all investors are so good why dont all fund managers beat their associated index. ??? Watch and learn. I think you said before you are new to this game, and it shows. This will be less than a penny very soon
23/7/2015
21:22
nod: ELC, you keep saying that RT did not participate in the share offering but we don't know that. RT would only have to report if his holding fell below 9% or above 10%. He reported neither which suggests he may have bought shares in the offer or in the market to maintain his holding above 9% otherwise the dilution caused by 35.8 million new shares would have had an impact on his holding. Epsilon bought 8,656,716 Ordinary Shares to keep their holding above 29%. They were the only investor who reported a change in holdings but only had to report because they are a related party, otherwise they would not have reported. So where did the other 27 million new shares go? We don't know who bought them.Peter Shea did not report a change in his shareholding so presumably did not participate in the fund raising.We do know that these investors paid 3.35p per ordinary share to inject GBP1.2million.
21/7/2015
12:20
h2owater: Target 3.35pDaniel Stewart, the investment bank offering corporate advisory, institutional stockbroking and wealth management services, is pleased to announce that it has raised GBP1.2million through a cash subscription from institutional and other investors. The subscription, conditional on Admission, is for 35,820,889 ordinary shares at a price of 3.35p per ordinary share of 0.25p each ("Ordinary Share(s)"). There was sufficient demand to increase the offering from the originally announced GBP1million fundraise. The proceeds of the subscription will be used for general working capital purposes.
25/6/2015
18:44
bumpa33: DAN have raised a SMALL round from those investors looking to protect their asset (value). cat's out the bag though now.
25/6/2015
06:11
juicin drumroll: HA HA HA!!! GLWTS! hTTp://betaville123.blogspot.co.uk/ Wednesday, 24 June 2015 RARE ALERT: Daniel Stewart said to be close to raising £1 million via equity placing "Word is Daniel Stewart is on the verge of raising £1 million priced at a price of 3.35p via a placing with market makers and institutional investors."
18/6/2015
15:53
ibuy: Rob Terry, the colourful entrepreneur who was forced out of Quindell last year, is set to try to tap private investors for at least £10,000 each to back a new venture modelled on his previous efforts. Quob Park Estate, Mr Terry’s company named after his home in Hampshire, has written to prospective investors, announcing a capital-raising to be launched in the third quarter of 2015. The money, it says, will be used to support the growth of 360Globalnet, a digital technology business, 49 per cent of which was bought by Quob from Quindell last month. Other uses for the capital will be “to invest in telecoms, and for broader Connected initiatives beyond Connected Car”. The cash will also “provide additional capital for our next private and public company investments, in both the UK and Canada.” The Quob Park Estate website says that the company was established by Mr Terry in 2003 and was restructured last year in order to focus on investing in companies centred on the benefits of “digital disruption”. The aim, it suggests, is to replicate the positives of Mr Terry’s two last ventures, The Innovation Group and Quindell. The shares of both companies rocketed as Mr Terry embarked on a rapid acquisition spree accompanied by a barrage of optimistic claims — only to collapse, leaving many investors nursing losses. Mr Terry admits that his approach “did have its faults”, but says that it has been “perfectedR21;. Quob Park, which is not listed, claims to have raised money from investors at £5 a share, valuing it at £25 million. According to the letter this week, the new capital-raising will be at £7.50 a share and a third raising in the fourth quarter is pencilled in at a price of £10 a share. The emailed letters, signed by “The QPE Team”, say that the offer is open only to those who meet minimum investment value criteria and who are “a high net worth investor” or “a sophisticated investor.”
17/6/2015
20:01
nod: Very good trading volume here on DAN. Some investors may have heeded Shea's warning and sold but there seem to be big buyers out there otherwise the share price would have tanked today.
17/4/2015
22:33
master rsi: from the Telegraph ............... Quindell founder: Share-dealing allegations a 'heap of rubbish' By Ben Martin 7:24PM BST 17 Apr 2015 Rob Terry says he has amassed £50m in funding for new ventures and is confident of FCA approval The founder of Quindell has claimed he will not face sanctions from regulators over his share-dealings at the firm and called accusations of insider dealing “a heap of rubbish”. The revelations from Rob Terry, the controversial former chairman at the insurance outsourcer, are likely to spark anger among shareholders who lost money by investing in the company he once led. Mr Terry, in his first public comments since he left Quindell, told The Telegraph that he had amassed about £50m of funding for new ventures, some of which he has provided himself. He also said he was confident that he would receive approval from the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, for his planned stake-building in stockbroker Daniel Stewart, despite the storm that led to his departure from Quindell last November. Mr Terry, along with two other directors, were the focus of investor anger when it emerged that they had reduced their shareholdings in Quindell in stock market dealings that were initially portrayed by the company as share purchases. Quindell gets takeover approach for its telematics arm 17 Apr 2015 What’s the best way to buy a new car? Brought to you by Carwow He was eventually ousted from the board when Quindell revealed that the trio had carried out the dealings after one of the company’s house brokers had resigned. The wider stock market was only informed of the resignation after the directors had reduced their stakes, prompting heavy falls in Quindell’s share price. “The transactions that were done at the time were looked at, there was never any question of insider dealing, so it’s just a heap of rubbish,” Mr Terry said on Friday. He said that there was “no issue” with the Aim team at the London Stock Exchange, which examined the controversial share dealings, and that it was “closed out long long ago, all in a positive manner.” He added: “There’s never been an issue with the FCA.” In a move that has raised eyebrows across the City, it emerged on Thursday that Mr Terry was seeking to increase his recently acquired stake in Daniel Stewart to above 10pc, which will require FCA clearance. “I’m absolutely positive that FCA approval will come through in the normal timescales,” he said. Daniel Stewart was left with an uncertain future on Friday after it revealed that its nominated adviser, Westhouse Securities, had resigned. If it does not find a replacement by the start of May, its shares will be suspended. Mr Terry has already amassed a 9.994pc stake in the broker through investment vehicle Quob Park Estate. The controversial figure said he thought that Daniel Stewart was “undervalued”, adding “there’s also some things I’d like to do in partnership with them to do with the other things I’m doing with Quob Park. “Ultimately I will be interested in holding anything up to 29pc of [Daniel Stewart]. I won’t make a bid for it, that’s not my intent, but I could see myself building a holding of that type of size. “We will open up [Quob Park] to retail investors to invest alongside us and for that we will need to work with an FCA regulated firm, and I hope that that firm will be Daniel Stewart.” He claimed that Quob Park had as much as £50m in firepower behind it. “Quob is re-name of a company that I’ve had for a whole number of years but it’s been restructured, new investment’s come in, myself and a number of other individuals have put in over five million and we’ve already raised money with a valuation of twenty-five million. “It in itself is a fund of a value of about twenty-five million, and then it’s sitting alongside about another twenty-five million of investment capital from me. So it has available to it about fifty million of funding.” On Friday, Quindell shareholders approved the £637m sale of the company’s legal business in a deal that will see £500m returned to investors. Mr Terry said that he and Quob held small stakes in Quindell.
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