Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rm2 International S.a. LSE:RM2 London Ordinary Share LU1914372336 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8.50 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 4.85 -32.31 -8.14 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8.50 GBX

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Rm2 Daily Update: Rm2 International S.a. is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RM2. The last closing price for Rm2 was 8.50p.
Rm2 International S.a. has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 289,911,671 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Rm2 International S.a. is £24,642,492.04.
hpcg: Better than that dexdringle, in a couple of my accounts I was able to go short with spreadbets then insane pop to 4p. Flat now though, profit bagged. From the refinance RNS we know the second batch of money from Woodford is contingent on certain KPIs being met. "The issuance of the second tranche of 1,256,161,970 new Ordinary Shares (gross proceeds of $17,837,500) (the Second Tranche Subscription) would occur ten business days following a drawdown notice issued by the Company and is subject to the satisfaction of the Key Performance Indicators described herein." Right now the capitalisation is more or less the new money raised, which is appropriate. The fact that a second tranche has been premeditated implies that they think they will need more cash and talk of positive EBITDA only in 2019 also implies that. The scenario which is good enough to pass the KPIs but means they still need more money must be fairly slim, but we can likely say that they aren't over achieving or the share price would not have gravitated. If they need the extra cash and it is granted then that is amber. However at any time the cash runs out and KPIs are not met then that is essentially game over. So its ok, until its not. The share price should be a good guide.
dexdringle: Well, these were recently 30p each when there were 500M shares in issue. Market Cap was £150M With 6,000M shares in issue for a market cap of the same £150M the share price would need to be 2.5p. Question: what should the market cap realistically be if we can assume (just for a second) that the plan will work and that RM2 will be a success ?
jaknife: imjustdandy, I'm well aware of Avanti. Look again and you'll find that: (a) the bonds being swapped for equity are getting 92.5% of the company even though they trade for as little as 26p in the pound, (b) the Avanti share price has cratered from a peak of 750p to its recent low of 4p, (c) even after the debt for equity swap at Avanti there will still be a chunk of bonds outstanding. Personally I think that Avanti is a zero given that the company is performing so poorly even at a basic revenue level. Is your point that you think ordinary shareholders in RM2 should happily give up 92.5% of the company as a good deal? JakNife
imjustdandy: Jacknife I'm not concerned by the bonds. They are not an issue at present. I would suggest you look at Avanti communications which was facing near certain liquidation with £557m of debt / Bonds. Avanti managed to restructure those bonds which has seen the share price rise from 4p to 12p as a result. We have less than a tenth of that amount in bonds. The key architect of that £557m restructuring was Paul Walsh their non exec Director. Paul is our non exec Director here at RM2. My point being get the very best in to bat for you in these situations. If Paul can't do it then nobody can. My money is on him!!Uncertain time for sure but potential to multi bag.
dexdringle: Can you imagine another company where the number of shares bought on a given day is 39 x the number sold and yet the share price hardly moves...........
jaknife: The company is burning $1.4m a month (although the RNS also notes that $3.4m was burnt in Nov - the difference between unrestricted cash of $9.4m at 31 Oct 2017 and $6m of cash at the end of November) and seemingly has enough to last until the end of March next year. Let's assume that they need £25m of cash to get them through to cash flow break even. That seems a reasonable number being $1.4 more cash burn for 2 years. But then again is that a reasonable number bearing in mind how poor their track record for forecasting is? Going with the £25m number, the first point to note is that that's twice the current market cap of the company, which is a mere £12.5m. At the extreme, therefore, an investment of £25m at the current share price would involve letting the investor take 66% of the equity! However, that all fails to take into account Woodford's preference shares. They have priority ahead of the ordinary shares and that complicates matters. Why would you put fresh ordinary equity into the business when the biggest beneficiary of that equity would be the preference shareholders? So if you had £25m of spare change, liked the technology and were prepared to invest would you: A. Put money into some sort of equity instrument? Assume say that you can structure your investment such that it ranks ahead of the ordinary shares AND ahead of Woodford's preference shares but the prefs and ords have to stay. B. Let the company go into administration and agree a pre-pack deal or alternatively buy the assets that you like and leave the assets that you don't like behind. I'm afraid that the only sensible deal is option B, if a deal is done at all. Ultimately I think that RM2 is heading to zero. JakNife
walbrock82: Either this company is a dud or it went to the market at the wrong time. Nonetheless, they didn’t deliver for shareholders as shares are 75% lower than IPO’s price of 88 pence. Consider these two facts; - A. Since 2013, total operating loss came to $157m, or £120m; B. Cash balance went from $115m to $4m in two and a half years. We will know how much revenue has grown by late June. Despite the latest deal with Pactiv LLC, the share price didn’t response. To be honest, I expect further financing meaning more share price dilution! For more, check out the post which covers the following: Cost of a wooden pallet, the correlation between share price and cash, Neil Woodford, etc. ( Some people would argue that RM2 Intl. needs to reach an economy of scale for it to become profitable. That might be true, but we all know it is a long way off! For those who are evaluating RM2 Intl, ask yourself these questions: A. What is the breakeven point? B. How many sales does it need to produce annually to break even? C. Will the costs come down enough to make RM2 a viable investment proposition?
masurenguy: The most interesting angle in this article was the basic summary of the market potential for the new pallet and the strategy that RM2 are adopting in order to exploit it. "RM2 believes that its products will do more than 100 trips before they need to be repaired or recycled. Even the best wooden pallets rarely make 20 trips. RM2 came to AIM at the end of 2013, raising £137m to invest in the full-scale production plant that we are sitting on top of. For now, RM2 is targeting specialist markets: food producers, which need to clean pallets; shippers of high-tech, high-value components; the suppliers of healthcare products; and the beverage industry. Mr Walsh is drawing up plans to open two new factories in the US and the UK by the end of next year. A move to the main market is also planned for next year or early 2017. “AIM does function in that it gives early-stage companies the ability to raise money,” he says. “ But if you’re a company like mine with a market cap of £230m and you ask a market maker for a market, you will get a market in 10,000 shares, £7,000 [worth of] shares. “So you can have days when our share price can move 3 or 4% on less than £100,000 of volume. It is a bit ridiculous.” For now, though, the focus is on convincing potential customers of the benefits of the RM2 pallet. “We are part of progression,” Mr Walsh says. “The design of the pallet hasn’t changed for 75 years. How many products can you say that about?” Complete article here:
my retirement fund: Yes and note the reduced daily volume thus far indicating that the share price may have to appreciate fairly considerably from here to find a further level of liquidity since as has been pointed out, the tap seems to have gone.
paul the octopus: oopsy, whats up with the share price, or shall we say whats down? hey hang on where is the potential? there were plenty of director buys? surely revenus are stacking up now, right?hmm,
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