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  9.00 0.98% 925.00 6,711,560 16:35:17
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Equity Investment Instruments 288.81 267.45 208.00 4.4 1,415
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30/11/2021
08:20
Molten Ventures Daily Update: Molten Ventures Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GROW. The last closing price for Molten Ventures was 916p.
Molten Ventures Plc has a 4 week average price of 873p and a 12 week average price of 873p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,190p while the 1 year low share price is currently 600p.
There are currently 152,999,853 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 501,669 shares. The market capitalisation of Molten Ventures Plc is £1,415,248,640.25.
29/11/2021
07:53
rik shaw: Interim Results http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/molten-ventures-GROW/share-news/Molten-Ventures-PLC-Interim-Results/86669361 NAV per share increased to 887p 27% Gross Portfolio fair value growth in the six-month period to 30 September 2021 anticipate fair value growth in the region of 35% for the full year to 31 March 2022, subject to wider market conditions
09/11/2021
11:35
w13ken: If you sign up to their website notifications you get sent links to more info about the name change and a reminder that GROW have bought into 5 new companies recently: hTTps://www.moltenventures.com/news/farewell-draper-esprit-hello-molten-ventures hTTps://www.moltenventures.com/news/why-now-is-the-time-for-molten Aktiia Automated Optical Blood Pressure Monitoring System for 24-7 use at the wrist is the first available on the market. “Their strong clinical validation, patient engagement, and market traction are extremely impressive and give us every confidence that Aktiia will transform how hypertension is measured and managed.” Principal, Dr. Inga Deakin Simscale Making high-fidelity simulation technically and economically accessible to engineers worldwide. “The opportunities for this in terms of productivity and innovation are enormous and are being discovered daily.” Investment Director, Christoph Hornung SatelliteVu Plans to monitor the temperature of any building on the planet in near real-time to determine valuable insights into economic activity, energy efficiency and carbon footprint. “We believe in SatelliteVu's potential to lead the charge in how we measure the energy efficiency and carbon footprint of our world.” George Chalmers allplants Operates as UK's vegan meal delivery service. All their packaging is 100% recyclable, partly compostable, and mostly reusable. “allplants is uniquely positioned at the intersection of some of the fastest growing areas in food consumption today: high quality, plant-based meals that deliver on taste, sustainability and nutrition.” Partner, Nicola McClafferty Shüttflix The first logistics hub for the construction bulk-materials industry that works digitally and supplies sand, gravel and grit on the spot. “Over 2.5m tonnes of construction bulk-materials delivered. Schüttflix has broken into a traditionally analogue market and is creating genuine added value for its customers.” Investment Director, Christoph Hornung
04/11/2021
17:08
cordwainer: I had already actually pencilled in the 885 : "cordwainer - 11 Oct 2021 - 14:28:16 - 520 of 533 Draper Esprit - VC Firm - GROW I also added a few more at around 893p. ... Hard nav currently at approx 820p with historic annualised portfolio growth potentially lifting that to approx. 885p, ..."
18/10/2021
07:59
w13ken: "Draper Esprit partner Nicola McClafferty said: “Allplants is uniquely positioned at the intersection of some of the fastest-growing areas in food consumption today: high-quality, plant-based meals that deliver on taste, sustainability and nutrition in an incredibly convenient way for consumers. “JP and the team have established a stellar brand with very clear values, incredibly strong growth and a loyal customer base. Allplants has real potential to scale its direct-to-consumer business while expanding into new channels both in the UK and beyond. We believe it can be a global brand, bringing nutrition, taste and convenience to the plant-curious consumer and we are delighted to be supporting the team as they grow and thrive.” hTTps://www.thegrocer.co.uk/fundraising/allplants-eyes-global-growth-following-record-breaking-funding-round/660880.article
11/10/2021
14:28
cordwainer: I also added a few more at around 893p. But since becoming a FT250 constituent maybe GROW is now a bit less immune to the general outlook this winter for the UK economy and passive index investor sentiment. Also trying to keep a bit of cash ready. Hard nav currently at approx 820p with historic annualised portfolio growth potentially lifting that to approx. 885p, but portfolio companies not entirely immune to general supply issues and a more fearful market could take the share price to a discount. Quite hopeful for a bounce back to £10+ but at this point I feel my target for 2021 of £12 is looking optimistic... cordwainer - 21 Jan 2021 - 09:52:50 - 288 of 472 Draper Esprit - VC Firm - GROW Based on analyst estimates, my conservative target price here for 2021 is £12. Among my largest portfolio holdings.
17/9/2021
06:15
brexitplus: Draper Esprit plc ("Draper Esprit", "the Group" or the "Company") Investment update Draper Esprit (LSE: GROW, Euronext Dublin: GRW), a leading venture capital firm investing in and developing high growth digital technology businesses, today provides an update on recent developments in its portfolio. Key highlights are as follows: · Continued capital deployment in the increasing number of growth opportunities in the European venture capital market, investing a total of £130 million during the year to date including 8 new, and 6 follow-on, investments. · Additional investments of £25m and £15m in existing portfolio companies Form3 and CoachHub, respectively. · Existing portfolio company Cazoo lists on the New York Stock Exchange, receiving proceeds of over $1bn before expenses. FORM3 Draper Esprit participated with a further £25m in a $160m Series C round in platform payment technology provider Form3. The round was led by new investor Goldman Sachs and also included existing investors Lloyds Banking Group, Nationwide Building Society, Barclays, Mastercard and 83North. Founded In 2016, Form3 is the leading platform payment technology provider and offers an alternative to the traditional payment infrastructure model, providing an always-on, cloud-native, Payments-as-a-Service platform. Form3 is trusted by some of the UK and Europe's biggest Tier 1 banks and fastest-growing Fintechs to handle their critical payments architecture. Based on the valuation implied by the fundraising, the Company's gross fair value holding (before carry deductions) is approximately £58 million. Excluding the £25 million of newly invested capital, this is an uplift of approximately £23 million to the March 2021 gross fair value of £10 million. COACHHUB In September, Draper Esprit participated with a further £15 million investment in an $80 million Series B extension round in CoachHub, supported by existing investors RTP Global, HV Capital, Signals Venture Capital, Partech and Speedinvest. CoachHub is the leading global talent development platform and enables organisations to create a personalised, measurable and scalable coaching program for the entire workforce, regardless of department and seniority level. CoachHub uses artificial intelligence to match individuals with more than 2,500 certified business and well-being coaches in 70 countries across six continents, with coaching sessions available in more than 60 languages. CAZOO In August, Draper Esprit portfolio company Cazoo announced its business combination with AJAX I and its listing on the New York Stock Exchange. Cazoo (NYSE: CZOO) received $1bn in proceeds before expenses from the transaction, which will be used to further build out its brand and infrastructure. Cazoo is an online car retailer which, since being founded in 2018, has delivered over 35,000 cars to customers across the UK and mainland Europe. Following its recent acquisitions, Cazoo is also now Europe's leading car subscription player with thousands of subscribers across the UK, Germany and France. Based on the share price of $9/share the Company's gross fair value holding (before carry deductions) is approximately £37 million, which is an uplift of approximately £11 million to the March 2021 gross fair value of £26 million. Martin Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Draper Esprit, commented: "Our recent activity has demonstrated the strength of our portfolio and our investment team, and we have been able to participate in follow-on rounds in some of the more established businesses in our portfolio, such as CoachHub and Form3. Cazoo's IPO is further evidence of this, as in only three years, it has established itself as one of the most significant players in the European used car market. As we recover from the pandemic, the technology sector continues to go from strength to strength and we are well positioned to continue to support the most promising companies."
17/8/2021
18:23
w13ken: We may see action in September due to full integration of GROW in the FTSE 250 rather than an apparent limbo-land that it is in now but it's worth a reminder on Trustpilot too. The Trustpilot IPO meant £78.3m was banked with retention of 7.9% of shares. Those need to be kept until till at least September but we're nearly there so Draper could be about to cash in on another £120m of cash. That would be approx £200m from their initial £29.7m investment! "The Company's total investment to date has been £29.7 million and as of our interim results to 30 September 2020 our holding was valued at £80.9 million. As part of the IPO, the Company will be selling down part of its holding, resulting in proceeds of £78.3 million. The Company will continue to hold 7.9% in shares amounting to £85.5 million (subject to any exercise of the overallotment option during the period to admission) based on the Trustpilot share price on 23 March 2021. The Company's continued holding will be subject to a customary 180-day lock-up period from the date of admission in line with other institutional investors in Trustpilot." hTTps://markets.ft.com/data/announce/detail?dockey=1323-14910105-5FO241VO4V7OSSBSUD2S12IF3J
22/7/2021
13:35
w13ken: All on target for tomorrow's move to the main market. Shares nicely up already today in anticipation and there should be more to come with positive finance media coverage. Thu, 22nd Jul 2021 14:16 RNS Number : 1794G Draper Esprit PLC 22 July 2021 Draper Esprit plc: Announcement of admission to the Official Lists and cancellation of AIM and Euronext Growth listing Draper Esprit plc (dual listed, AIM: GROW, Euronext Growth: GRW) ("Draper" or the "Company"), a leading venture capital firm investing in and developing high growth digital technology businesses, is pleased to announce that its ordinary shares (the "Ordinary Shares") will be admitted tomorrow to the premium listing segment of the Official List of the Financial Conduct Authority and the secondary listing segment of the Official List of the Irish Stock Exchange plc, trading as Euronext Dublin ("Euronext Dublin") (the "Official Lists") and to trading on the London Stock Exchange plc's (the "London Stock Exchange") main market for listed securities and the regulated market of Euronext Dublin (the "Main Markets") (together "Admission"). Dealings in the Ordinary Shares will commence on the Main Markets at 8.00 a.m. on 23 July 2021 and trading in the Ordinary Shares on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange ("AIM") and the Euronext Growth market will be cancelled simultaneously therewith. Admission will be through an introduction of the existing Ordinary Shares. The Company is not offering any new Ordinary Shares nor any other securities in connection with the proposed Admission or the publication of the Prospectus. Following Admission, the Company's Ordinary Shares will continue to be registered with their existing ISIN number GB00BY7QYJ50. The Company's ticker symbol will continue to be GROW in the UK and GRW in Ireland. On Admission, there will be 152,999,853 Ordinary Shares in issue.
23/3/2021
10:33
brexitplus: Trustpilot Group plc announcement of pricing of IPO Draper Esprit (LSE: GROW, Euronext Growth: GRW), a leading venture capital firm investing in and developing high growth digital technology businesses, notes the news that Trustpilot Group plc "Trustpilot" has announced the pricing in relation to its £1.08 billion initial public offering. On 8 March 2021, Trustpilot confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange and on 23 March 2021 the company announced it had priced its initial public offering at a £1.08 billion market capitalisation at the offer price of 265 pence per share and the commencement of conditional trading in its shares on the London Stock Exchange. Draper Esprit first invested in Trustpilot in 2013 and has since more than tripled its holding through a combination of secondary acquisitions and participation in follow on rounds, to become one of the largest shareholders pre-IPO. This approach is in line with Draper Esprit's strategy of reinvesting in its best performing companies. The Company's total investment to date has been £29.7 million and as of our interim results to 30 September 2020 our holding was valued at £80.9 million. As part of the IPO, the Company will be selling down part of its holding, resulting in proceeds of £78.3 million. The Company will continue to hold 7.9% in shares amounting to £85.5 million (subject to any exercise of the overallotment option during the period to admission) based on the Trustpilot share price on 23 March 2021. The Company's continued holding will be subject to a customary 180-day lock-up period from the date of admission in line with other institutional investors in Trustpilot. Trustpilot is a leading global review platform which has tracked over 120 million reviews on over 529,000 domains. The platform has hosted reviews of businesses located in over 100 countries and territories worldwide, submitted by consumers in over 200 countries and territories worldwide. The business seeks to provide a 'trust layer' for the open commerce ecosystem by giving consumers confidence to purchase goods and services from a wide range of online and offline businesses across the world. Martin Davis, CEO Draper Esprit, said "Trustpilot has done fantastically well and we're proud to be part of this next stage in its journey. With trust at its core, the public market is a great home for the business and it's great for the UK to have such a tech success story listing in London. Trustpilot are also an example of a portfolio company that we have been able to really put our weight behind. When Draper Esprit listed in June 2016 our shareholding was around 3%, but through secondary acquisitions and follow on rounds we have been able to build on that investment to become one of its largest shareholders. Being able to continue to back our winners as they grow is a key driver in the success of our portfolio and a central part of our model".
12/2/2021
06:54
cordwainer: Https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-expert-view-astrazeneca-shell-and-draper-espirit/a1464312 SVM duo predict active year for Draper Esprit: SVM UK Growth duo Margaret Lawson and Colin McLean believe Draper Esprit (GROW) will see positive activity in its portfolio of unlisted companies this year. The Citywire A-rated managers of the £176m fund said the £1bn investment company, which backs early-stage growth companies with a focus on technology, has ‘greater exposure to Europe’ than some of its UK peers, helping to diversify risk. ‘Draper now sees a significant opportunity to invest in the growing European venture capital market, with an accelerated shift to digital, helped by Covid-19,’ said the managers in their latest fund factsheet. ‘We believe that 2021 will bring more activity in Draper’s portfolio; uplifts in funding rounds and initial public offering. More growth in growing innovative businesses is now happening in private markets and Draper Esprit offers an opportunity to participate in this.’ The trust trades at a premium to its historic net asset value but the SVM managers added that there is ‘potential for uplift and many portfolio companies are growing strongly’. Shares in the listed fund closed down 0.7%, or 6p, at 812p yesterday, but are up about 50% over the last year.
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