Highway Capital Dividends - HWC

Highway Capital Dividends - HWC

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Highway Capital Plc HWC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 15.50 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
15.50 15.50
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Industry Sector
GENERAL FINANCIAL

Highway Capital HWC Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
28/09/2000InterimGBP0.530/12/199930/06/200030/10/200003/11/200001/12/20000
26/05/2000FinalGBP0.531/12/199831/12/199912/06/200016/06/200007/07/20001
29/10/1999InterimGBP0.530/12/199830/06/199908/11/199912/11/199903/12/19990
20/05/1999FinalGBP131/12/199731/12/199801/06/199907/06/199902/07/19991.5
01/10/1998InterimGBP0.530/12/199730/06/199802/11/199806/11/199804/12/19980

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Posted at 15/12/2020 14:18 by nextlink
Unfortunately I have to agree.
They specifically state an IPO, no mention of HWC or a reversal.

Posted at 15/12/2020 10:16 by phil1969
Talk on LSE boards of Polish company Aforti who have been working all year on setting up a listing in London, is the company reversing into HWC

See their website going back to the summer and Aforti reports.

https://aforti.pl/en/aforti-holding-s/about-us/

HWC director Maciej Szytko was made a director of the newly created Aforti PLC on 3rd Sept 2020. (coincidence? PLC execs tend to be directors of many firms)

This is the latest one relating to London listing.

https://aforti.pl/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Aforti-Holding-RB-ESPI-76-2020-wniesienie-aportem-Aex.pdf

No mention of HWC in any of the updates. Reports only refer to 'the issuer'

Aforti are getting very close to listing looking at this report and HWC last update also gave the impression it will be trading again before end of year! Coincidence?

All seems a bit too good to be true.

Thoughts?

Posted at 13/8/2019 10:33 by phil1969
5p CLNs!!!Doesn't fill me with confidence on HWC returning to market at a premium to suspension price.
Posted at 31/7/2019 16:00 by hedgehog 100
A belated happy 18th. 'shell birthday' to HWC!

Just think of all the things it can now do: vote, buy alcohol ... maybe even finally get a RTO!!

28/06/2001 15:25 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Final Results
LSE:HWC
Highway Capital
"The Company is now effectively a cash shell and as such is seeking suitable acquisitions. Your directors are in the process of searching for a suitable business."
http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2001/article/1435687

Posted at 08/4/2019 14:47 by phil1969
I'd like to think you're right nextlink but majority shareholders are in a position to issue themselves cheap shares and now not obliged to offer the same to existing long term private investors meaning they could issue the new shares at 2p to themselves if they wanted and if HWC returns to market at 15p where we left off. They are quid in, we get nothing.

Thats why existing shareholders should also be offered the chance to buy the shares at the same price as insiders.

I hope resolution 13 is in place to remove the legal hurdles and not to line insiders pockets and long term holders are still treated equally.

We already have 1.25m new shares issued at 10p for someone to make a tidy 50% profit if HWC comes back at 15p.

All this is irrelevant if:
1) HWC doesn't relist
2) HWC relists at 50p+ and everyone is a winner

Posted at 08/4/2019 11:56 by phil1969
By my calculations, most debt of any significance has been paid off leaving 1,250,000 of new shares issued by way of £35,000 worth of CLN's

Whats most interesting is the significant amount of borrowing over the last three months totaling £552,000 mostly with outside investors unconnected directly with HWC.

These lenders would be privvy to HWCs plans otherwise they wouldn't have lent such a considerable amount without security.

This money could be to cover some of the costs to get re-listed. Any rumours afoot?

Posted at 02/4/2019 11:01 by phil1969
Serious money pumped into HWC by way of two loans totalling £450k in the last few months. New director with a wealth of experience in capital markets and new reputable advisor. Is the RTO about to become a reality??
Posted at 31/3/2019 10:03 by phil1969
I understand your theory on NAV but HWC valuation has never really been based on NAV. There are some pretty influential directors on the board and carry a lot of clout. I originally bought in off the back of a couple of these directors. There was a massive RTO potentially occurring 12 months ago and it fell at the final hurdle. I've no idea what they're working on now but influential directors are massive shareholders so hopefully if they are to line their pockets off the next deal, hopefully we get to benefit too. I've no idea if the loan from DMH is still available. If it is the strike price is a huge premium to price at suspension.
Posted at 19/7/2018 14:30 by phil1969
Hmmm, a 1 appears in the Non regulatory news this afternoon for HWC but nothing logged. News is about to land?!?!
Posted at 25/10/2017 13:54 by phil1969
Anybody had any communication with HWC lately?
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