Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Highway Capital Plc LSE:HWC London Ordinary Share GB0008579384 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.5 -4.7 - 1

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Am expecting some news soon as to what is going on here,its been a long wait so far and hoping for relisting with some very good news to accompany it-lets see.
Fingers crossed.

Correction, ISC now shows as 9.59m so just under 1% :(
Not checked in here for a while and it's looking very interesting indeed. Worked my way through the MC white paper this morning, what a fascinating piece of work.This is my first experience of holding suspended shares, so my patience has been sorely tested. No idea what to expect - but I have over 1% of HWC so I'm looking forward to collecting my reward!
yep been invested in and out of here a long time but now hold my biggest holding for some time in the share. It always been a shell over all these years but have followed Paul Fellerman a major shareholder (as above),who was my broker for me for a number of years in the past and advised on a number of great risers.He is a smart cookie.

However reading all the current info on this one it could be relisted at 150p so that would be a 10 bagger and worth the wait.
And if it really takes of well could be a billion dollar baboon as article above highlights. We will see in two or three weeks !

loobrush - useful information you have inputted to your thread.
Have you been invested 12 years?

I have only been invested since 30th March last year, adding steadily over
the next few months.

Have been following DMH since October and increasingly feeling that from
8th August onward this board is going to be changing out of all recognition.
Right now it's like standing in the middle of nowhere and suddenly being aware of a faint rumble in the distance, gradually getting louder.

Interesting article about the the digital currency hedge fund involved with Highway and its relisting.

I have updated header info-if anyone has anything to add please advise.
SVS Securities PLC being sold to HWC prior to relisting!!!With the directors owning 57% of the shares in HWC, it looks like it's it in their best interest to find the money for this without printing shares. Using DMH&Co money to make the purchase?
Highway Capital are taking no risk whatsoever.
They are sat watching.
In three weeks we will know either way.

Sounds like Worthington mark 2
solarno lopez
from the white paper hxxp://

Have I got this right?? Surely its not this simple?

excerpts taken from the white paper.........

MNY is the first ICO and it will invest in a variety of projects. Primarily, it will invest in: Elite Aerospace equity (at half price); Highway Capital Plc equity (at a 90% discount to market prior to relisting)

DMH&CO purchases c. 1m shares in Highway Capital for approx. $200,000. Along with a stake in 3m call options, via DMH&CO stake Monkey Capital controls an estimated 40% of the public company.

In this example, the Token Holders of PLC are rewarded at the point of relisting of Highway Capital Plc via LP.
The MNY Token Holders will share in the profits of LP2

Token Holders LP2
1. Highway sells DMH&CO around 1m shares for a cash injection

2. Via DMH&CO stake Monkey Capital is GP of LP and LP2

3. S&P agreements are established between LP and Asset owners. Assets are subsequently placed in LP2 for enabling of dividend share

4. LP2 enters into a smart contract with Token Holders Assets

5. Highway Capital relists on mainboard of LSE with active operating financial services subsidiaries

The assets underlying the token issuance include but are not limited to the following:

DMH&CO’s stake in Highway Capital (invested into the SPV by DMH&CO) a stake in SVS Securities PLC which will ultimately be sold to Highway prior to Highway re-listing on the LSE (thereby giving the SPV an enlarged equity position in a listed financial services company with multiple synergies with Monkey Capital);

It looks to me that the 1,000,000 stake in HWC for MNY has been purchased by DMH&co for $200,000, in a separate paragraph it states that this stake is being purchased at a 90% discount to the price on relisting giving a $2.00 relist price!!!! (£1.56)
Plus any potential increase in price if there is serious interest in this project on relist.

Am I reading this wrong?

It is very quiet here.
Particularly as from 15th July onwards events
across the Globe will soon indicate where we go
That is either continued slumber or a relisting
in mid August/September, which may prove explosive.

I wonder what sort of board this will be in late September.
Not I suspect the civilized backwater it has been for so many years.

There is a major fundraising in the second half of July
undertaken by DMH & Co and related parties.
If that is successful we may hear further news in relation
to Highway, probably late August or September.

Non exec director has left without waiting for the usual vote at AGM. Looking at his responsibilities, they overlap what DMH & Co are undertaking. Perhaps the deal is still moving forward and they're just clearing the dead wood??Thoughts?
Phil, yes it looks that way! But at least he replied.....
I think it just may be one of these ... hxxp://!

Looking forward to the 1000% rise! BRING IT ON!!! I knew this management team was mustard the minute I saw that they owned so many shares themselves and they brought heavyweights on Board. DMH is another of the heavyweights. Well played HWC! Now let's get the stock rip-roaaaaaaring in time for the summer hols ...

I think you can forget that exciting announcement on 24th October.


Hi Yoga,Sounds like exactly the same response I got back in April when asking why this 'deal' was supposed be concluded but the end of 2016. Probably a copy and paste response he gives everyone. I would like to assure you that retention of the listing is our key objective.The company is assessing several proposals and will update the market with more information as soon as practicable.Like you say, it's in his and other directors best interests to get a tasty deal done.
phil, I've had an encouraging email exchange with Szytko. I had wondered whether HWC had quietly become an on-the-shelf shell, waiting to be snapped up (or not) by someone with a project.No specific detail or timetable in the reply, other than an assurance that relisting remains top priority and that "several proposals" are under consideration.Well at least he took time to reply - and as a 30% shareholder he will be well motivated to make this a success.
Has anyone heard anything since the DMH deal?It was supposed to have been concluded before end of 2016 and still nothing. I hope what ever they are working on it's massive. 35p options for DMH excisable at £1.50. Could open a ten bagger, when suspended Mcap was only £1.5mAllowing for additional shares, the right deal make HWC worth many multiples of this valuation. Hopefully us LTH's won't get completely diluted out of the deal. Looking at the directors current holdings (57% between 2 of them) before any additional funding and possible director participation or options granted, they would hopefully like to see dilution kept to a minimum.
Clearly DMH have approached Highway with a deal and Highway have then come up with the terms should they provide one.
So to my mind there is already an "oven ready" one pretty well on the table-so if it fits the bill it could come at any time over the next few weeks. The sooner the better.

Another thought.

DMH's brief is only "to raise funds" but their success fee depends on the use to which those funds are put by HWC. Why would DMH sign up to that? If they have no control over how HWC use the funds, it follows that they have no hand in whether the share price reaches 150p.


initial spike to 40p on re-list, then the mm's manipulate like mad?
This is an extraordinary announcement. Given that the company has no funds to speak of, they have persuaded DMH (and DMH have agreed) to supply services in return for a success fee. The option and its exercise terms equate to a success fee of at least £4,025,000. Success, in this case, means a ten-bagger from today's price.The services are "to raise funds for Highway to execute one or more investments and seek resumption of trading ... on the Official List". That should come sooner rather than later - all kinds of possibilities spring to mind. If the shares weren't suspended, I think the price would be jumping around...
24 October 2016

Highway Capital Plc ("Highway" or "Company") announces the grant of an option to Daniel Mark Harrison & Co Pte. Ltd. ("DMH") to subscribe for 3,500,000 new ordinary shares of 2p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 35p per share.
The option is being granted as consideration for DMH providing its services to raise funds for Highway to execute one or more investments and seek resumption of trading of its Ordinary Shares on the Official List. The option granted to DMH is exercisable at any time until 20 December 2021 but only on the condition that the price per Ordinary Share, prior to any capital reorganisation, has reached 150p prior to the date of exercise.

AN OPTION AT 35P-well that is over twice the current price and only exercisable once price is TEN TIMES todays price.
Fingers crossed they set up a deal then.

About Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. Pte. Ltd.

Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. (DMH & Co.) is the North of England’s largest property development company based in Singapore and Manchester with over SGD $150 million of real estate assets and sales of SGD $40 million per year. The company’s Manchester-based Orchid Point developments are the fastest-selling properties in the North of England and are yielding 8% annual returns. DMH & Co.’s founder, Daniel Mark Harrison, is the oldest of 9 generations of the founding family of Europe’s oldest security printers, Harrison & Sons Ltd., founded in 1750 and sold to De La Rue PLC in 1997.

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