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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infrastructure India Plc LSE:IIP London Ordinary Share IM00B2QVWM67 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.80 0.60 1.00 0.80 0.695 0.80 36,695 08:00:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 18.0 2.6 0.3 5

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02/4/2019
09:26
A bid by GGIC looks a lot closer now. Buying in all the quoted shares and re-floating some years down the line.
noirua
02/4/2019
09:22
So far so good. All the money needed to complete the terminals has arrived and confirms GGIC have not given up on developing DLI. The previous deal looked a bit flawed as most of DLI could have been lost and the downside on this deal is the interest rate payable. The market cap is exceedingly low at 1.9p and should move on to a much higher level. Hard to work out to what level but £30 million to £50 million looks about right.
noirua
02/4/2019
08:16
I just hope all these loans work out financially to ensure a business can operate , and not just pass the parcel.
escapetohome
02/4/2019
07:28
Bloe pre gas update. That's where you need to be.
gregpeck7
02/4/2019
07:27
Bye bye let me puss
toogood4me
02/4/2019
07:10
Boom 8p come on
letmepass
27/3/2019
09:19
Ive bought a few hundred pounds worth here, as a complete gamble. Realising i may lose the whole lot! But prepared to take a gamble, huge spread so already lost a chunk.
escapetohome
27/3/2019
09:08
When can we next hear from this outfit?
escapetohome
24/3/2019
01:33
I think they are trying to complete construction of the terminals at DLI. Every time they raise cash this dilutes the value to IIP. The interest rates at 12% and 7.5% are not helping. GGIC hold 75.4% of IIP and they must have a plan with 3 of the directors at IIP on the board of GGIC. The other two companies holding 8.52% are just sitting there. In due course, if nothing is done, IIP will have to hand back DLI to GGIC and its subsidiaries, to cover all the loans. If GGIC accept this then maybe they will pay a sum to IIP as well. If not their 75.4% stake would be worthless. The other option is to find a new buyer or funder for DLI. My own view is that GGIC themselves with directors at IIP must be able to do better than they have so far. IIP and GGIC are the same company director wise if not in fact. GGIC should, imho, immediately bid for he 24.6% of IIP's shares they do not own as everything has gone wrong since 2011. At this stage I think a fair bid would be 10p a share costing them £17.6 million US$23 million. Many would have big losses at this price of 10p a share.
noirua
23/3/2019
11:26
All of us probably have some difficulty understanding what is going on with these continuous loans being taken by the company and why approval was needed to conclude the last deal, sale of DLI, or in fact why the one before that also fell through. Also why the loan interest rate is so high at 12%. Directors of IIP: Https://www.iiplc.com/team/board-of-directors/ Three directors are also directors of GGIC that provides loans via its subsidiary Tom Tribune, Sonny Lulla and Rob Venerus. The latter being a non-executive director. The remaining two directors are also non-executive directors. There are also three key personnel named. GGIC hold *75.4% of the company's shares so talk of replacing directors is just plain foolish. Three are the keystone providers of loans. Two other companies own 8.52%. *including 337,607,041 ordinary shares held by Barnet Holdings, Ltd., an affiliate of GGIC. --- The Year Ends 31 March 2019. Last years Annual Report: Https://www.iiplc.com/wp-content/uploads/IIP-Annual-Report-2018-Annual-Report-FINAL.pdf
noirua
22/3/2019
17:19
The Hong Kong company UVEL rose in 2017 from about 0.8p up to a maximum trade on the day of 5.8p. If you check you will find I held shares going back to 2012 and was always bullish on the company's prospects, YES I was right. I made a profit of £122K on the day and many others did also. My main trading is in Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. The main company I'm known for was Felix Resources ASX:FLX, rose from 35c in 2003 to $22.00 in 2008. Many shares take time to flourish and of course some do not. I've had my share of those in the 2011 - 2016 mining decline. Hopefully the winners will out do the losers. Do not invest on AIM unless you are prepared to take losses.
noirua
22/3/2019
17:04
There's no danger debt will become than assets. It's a definitely going to happen, Indian scammers.
metaman
22/3/2019
17:02
How many people you and cudmore sucked in this? with 30p next week? Nav 30p, so discount of 66% is 10p. were you not saying it's OK to promote shares on many threads at 4p-5p? Others were telling you and cudmore to stop but you disagree.You even encourage that idiot. Now you are on your own, and in one of your post you saying you are sad. Do you not feel sad what and cudmore did to 100s of people? Or is all about your massive losses. Lets be truth you have caused so much damaged to people over the years, you promoting that HONG KONG company on many threads, then inform everyone you sold in spike.
metaman
22/3/2019
16:05
The market cap at just £6.63 million at 0.975p looks amazingly low. A takeover bid could arrive far above this for the remaining shares not held by GGIC, they need just 14.6% more shares for a compulsory buy out at a holding of 90%. They cant buy on market as the price would go into orbit - imho, remarkably cheap punt.
noirua
21/3/2019
13:58
The INR rate versus the £sterling: Https://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=INR&to=GBP&view=1Y
noirua
12/3/2019
16:50
A danger here that debt will become more than the assets eventually. Difficult to quite see if all the cash being swallowed up is in fact increasing the value of DNI? Https://www.iiplc.com/investor-relations/shareholder-information/ GGIC holds 75.4% of IIP SC Fundemental holds 5.51% Anuradha Holdings - 3.01% That leaves 83.92% with the above three and 16.08% with company directors and other shareholders. Director Tim Walker holds 981,667 shares and Sonny lulla 1.5 million. If GGIC are playing this fair and at arms length then they will bid for IIP. Unfortunately a fair bid price is looking increasingly unlikely as time goes on and the bridging loan increases. Very many question marks now over both GGIP and IIP. That includes the directors of both companies.
noirua
28/2/2019
18:11
Significant Shareholder Information: Https://www.iiplc.com/investor-relations/shareholder-information/ Percentage of shares not in public hands (as at 9 October 2018) – 75.76%
noirua
21/2/2019
23:36
Still puzzling all these loans. I wonder what GGIC is up to here? GGIC, Please Tell Us what you know?
noirua
21/2/2019
23:31
Infrastructure India plc, an AIM quoted infrastructure fund investing directly into assets in India, announces that it has agreed a US$3.2 million increase to the existing US$53.4 million unsecured bridging loan facility originally provided to the Company in June 2017 by Cedar Valley Financial (the "Bridging Loan Increase"). As at 31 January 2019, IIP had unaudited cash balances of approximately GBP1.3 million. Both the Bridging Loan and the US$21.5 million working capital loan originally provided to the Company in April 2013 by GGIC, Ltd mature on 1 April 2019. IIP is expected to require access to additional funding prior to 1 April 2019. GGIC is, directly and indirectly, interested in 75.4% of the Company's issued share capital and Cedar Valley Financial is an affiliate of GGIC. Under the AIM Rules for Companies ("AIM Rules") Cedar Valley Financial is, therefore, deemed to be a related party of the Company and the Bridging Loan Increase is a related party transaction pursuant to Rule 13 of the AIM Rules. The independent directors of IIP, M.S. Ramachandran and Timothy Walker, consider, having consulted with Cenkos Securities plc in its capacity as the Company's nominated adviser, that the terms of the Bridging Loan Increase are fair and reasonable insofar as the shareholders of IIP are concerned.
noirua
21/2/2019
16:40
An odd monitoring extension with no market trading for days.
noirua
18/2/2019
10:17
Usually they RNS between 4:30pm and 7:30pm.
noirua
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