Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Osirium Technologies Plc LSE:OSI London Ordinary Share GB00BZ58DH10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -4.29% 33.50 32.00 35.00 35.00 33.50 35.00 4,000 14:27:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.0 -2.7 17.0 2.0 5

Osirium Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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16/5/2007
11:06
can only buy 1,500 online at selftrade but can sell 25,000
outsider
16/5/2007
10:42
Bought in today China stuff priced in Raised £12m at 50p Warrants are 55p to exercise.
outsider
16/5/2007
10:08
OSI has been falling since floatation. It is hard to see how a company could screw up so fast. Last week the company,commenting on the share price fall, said they could see no reason for it.Today CORUS pension fund has notified a 7.76% interest. Share has just moved up. Worth a look.
steadyeddy2
12/3/2007
10:39
plenty of investment news over last month. must be a share overhang, but hasn't really effected wrts price. good to see that add mopped up a few of the ords, but obviously not enough.
rambutan2
31/1/2007
23:21
bit of volume in wrts over last two days, although shares drifting.
rambutan2
14/1/2007
10:28
Yes Ram, they were v quick off the mark making those investments- must had them lined up well before the floatation. I too picked up some wrts on the first day of trading.
mangal
13/1/2007
23:15
hi mangal, yes i picked up just a few of the wrts. note, a couple of investments announced this week.
rambutan2
22/12/2006
12:13
Warrants of these, OSIw, are now listed here: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=8764319
mangal
21/12/2006
20:45
anyone know of any similar companies to research or know the kind of gains we can expect on this one. Even though im quite new to all this ive had some good success recently with another asian company renesola, just wished id got in earlier
veronica2329
21/12/2006
17:17
Ram, good to see that you noticed this one & started a thread. Might be worth picking up some warrants. Technically they look good value. Exercisable every 6-months till 21Dec2009 @55p.
mangal
21/12/2006
11:33
Origo Sino-India plc (the "Company", "Origo") (LSE:OSI), the investment and strategic consultancy advisory company, that focuses on private equity markets in China and India, has recently published its Admission Document and its Ordinary Shares and Warrants (LSE:OSIW) have today been admitted to trading on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange Plc. The Company has raised #12.8m gross and has also issued warrants at a 10% premium to the issue price, and dealings in the Ordinary Shares and the Warrants commenced today. Key Highlights * Origo is a private equity investor and a strategic consultancy division. It provides its shareholders with exposure to growth opportunities and private equity returns in China and India. * Origo enjoys profitable revenue streams from both private equity investing and strategic consultancy services. The company invests in private companies in expectation of capital gains, while charging fees for consulting services related to further fundraisings, M&A and strategic development. * Origo has aligned itself with two major institutions who provide a source of high quality deal flow. In China, Origo will work closely with ChinaEquity, a leading private equity firm. In India, Origo has entered into a memorandum of understanding with SBI Capital Markets ("SBI CAP"), one of the oldest players in the Indian Capital Markets. Origo has a former chairman of SBI and the chief executive of ChinaEquity on its board, the latter as its executive chairman. * SBI CAP provides Origo with an opportunity to review the prospect of investing in its clients in India which are looking for equity fund raisings of up to $20 million through private placement. * Origo has signed agreements with 2 Chinese companies and 7 Indian companies to provide both financing and advisory services. Many of these companies are profitable, at expansion or late stage, and are ready for sale or for independent listings. Origo currently has 9 portfolio companies in China, most of which are in early stage. * The pipeline is also strong with 23 potential investments in expansion stage or late stage. The current pipeline of identified investment opportunities focuses on the telecom, media and technology (TMT) and industrial sectors, where growth is particularly strong in both countries and where the company's management have a successful track record and expertise. * The management and support services are based in China with the management team having many years of Sino-India investment experience. Core team members have realised a number of private equity investments in the past. The Placing Statistics * Origo has raised #12.8 million gross of new money via a placing of 25,673,238 Ordinary Shares at a price of 50 pence per share * Each Ordinary Share carries a warrant exercisable at 55p * Market capitalisation on Admission is expected to be approximately #32.6 million * The placing proceeds will be used to make new equity investments in China and India, as well as follow-on investments in certain existing portfolio companies * Dealings in Origo Ordinary Shares commenced on AIM on 21 December 2006 * Seymour Piece Limited is the nominated adviser and broker Commenting on the AIM Admission, Chris Rynning, Chief Executive Officer of Origo, said: "We are delighted to have received strong investor support at a global level for this fundraising and flotation. It's an exciting time for Origo. The AIM flotation provides funds to strengthen the balance sheet, make strategic investments, and in turn maximise shareholder returns going forward."
rambutan2
21/12/2006
11:29
http://www.origoplc.com/ http://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=1&words=origo quote for warrants: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=quote&epic=OSIW&cb=1170285679 India is rebuilding itself and joining the world economic and trading community and its 1.1 billion people - or at least some of them - are beginning to feel the benefit. The India that was visited this week by Gordon Brown, Alistair Darling and a trade delegation of 150 British businessmen and women is changing. It is becoming a place where any growth- minded international company must look. Equally, India is realising that it must form commercial ties with outsiders if it is to improve the living standards of its people. http://business.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,8210-2557018,00.html
rambutan2
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