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MTEC Made Tech Group Plc

16.00
-0.25 (-1.54%)
30 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Made Tech Investors - MTEC

Made Tech Investors - MTEC

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Made Tech Group Plc MTEC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.25 -1.54% 16.00 15:20:47
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
16.25 15.75 16.25 16.00 16.25
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Posted at 01/2/2024 11:14 by sunshine today
An analyst wrote a good page on this company just after it floated.

Investors Chronicle

Any potential investor should read it.

Those that took notice at the time would not have lost 90% plus of their investment to date
Posted at 09/1/2024 16:17 by cu5hty
You could always contact the company if you're that concerned. Most so called investors seem to prefer asking questions on forums as opposed to at least trying for first hand information. Doesn't make any sense.
Posted at 07/1/2024 10:37 by masurenguy
Parob - this is a list of current major shareholders. It would appear that the applicable date was as at 23 December 23. This can be compared to the shareholdings on 25 August 2023 in my post #458 above.

Rory MacDonald: 28.53%
Chris Blackburn: 14.50%
Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management: 6.17%
Stonehage Fleming: 5.46%
Sarasin & Partners: 5.38%
CRUX Asset Management: 5.18%
Luke Morton: 4.03%
Interactive Investor (Manchester): 3.26%
Highclere International Investors (London):3.10%
AIM Securities in Issue:149,287,059 shares

The responsibility for issuing any RNS relating to any above threshold share transaction rests entirely with MTEC not the investor. The rules require the investor to notify MTEC and then for MTEC to issue an RNS detailing the transaction and subsequent shareholding. Since the IPO in September 2021 MTEC have only released two RNS announcements relating to this - the Premier Miton 7% investment in October 2021 and the Crux Asset Management 5.05% investment last year. Therefore it has been MTEC who have not been abiding by the AIM disclosure rules rather than the applicable shareholders.
Posted at 07/1/2024 09:54 by masurenguy
Parob, you are right about Premier Miton's original stake at the float but it would appear that they divested that shareholding sometime ago although without any RNS to disclose that. These were the above reporting threshold shareholders as at 25th August last year.

Rory MacDonald: 28.53%
Chris Blackburn: 14.29%
Sarasin and Ptnrs: 5.42%
Crux Asset Management: 5.05%
Stonehage Fleming: 5.04%
Luke Morton: 4.03%
Berenberg Bank: 3.38%
Canaccord Genuity: 3.35%
Highclere International Investors: 3.10%

If Premier Miton still had a stake at that point it must have been below 3% (less than 4.5m shares) where under AIM rules they would not be required to report any further disposals.
Posted at 25/8/2023 16:44 by masurenguy
Update:
Current MTEC Shareholders @ 25 August 2023

Rory MacDonald: 28.53%
Chris Blackburn: 14.29%
Sarasin and Ptnrs: 5.42%
Crux Asset Management: 5.05%
Stonehage Fleming: 5.04%
Luke Morton: 4.03%
Berenberg Bank: 3.38%
Canaccord Genuity: 3.35%
Highclere International Investors: 3.10%

Since April 2023 Crux, Sarasin and McDonald have all increased their respective positions. The stakes held by all of the other shareholders listed above remain unchanged.

Richard Penny of Crux Asset Management talks about Made Tech, starting @9.22minutes.
Posted at 18/4/2023 16:32 by masurenguy
Current MTEC Shareholders: 18 April 2023
Rory MacDonald: 27.93%
Chris Blackburn: 14.29%
Stonehage Fleming: 5.04%
Luke Morton: 4.03%
Berenberg Bank: 3.38%
Canaccord Genuity: 3.35%
Sarasin & Partners: 3.12%
Highclere International Investors: 3.10%
Top 8 shareholders: 64.24%
Posted at 26/2/2023 10:34 by masurenguy
Good post IanDippie. We are all responsible for our own investment decisions. If we invest in a tip from any subscription site, fellow investor or even friend, that is entirely our own decision. They are not responsible for the decisions that we make on our own account and consequently there is no reason for any of them to show contrition when a tip performs badly any more than claim credit for our success when it performs well.
Posted at 25/2/2023 00:01 by simmsc
Twitter is a marketing channel for scsw. So they will shout about successful tips there. And their tips are often volatile stocks with big potential and a bit of execution risk (as they recommend things early to give us a chance to get in). This kind of stuff can get hurt in a falling market (as investors look for safety). You can't expect big rises with low risk.
Posted at 23/2/2023 08:55 by bones
The founder directors won’t lose sleep over the LTIP cancellation. The directors took over £70M cash from investors on the overhyped IPO. The company only got £13M cash at the IPO and over £4M of that has already been spent. There’s a lot of work to be done by the company yet to make themselves profitable. Jury is out for me.
Posted at 18/1/2023 18:09 by bobaxe1
A fellow investor was trying to buy this afternoon but it was NT all the time So me thinks news tomorrow

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