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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Supply@me Capital Plc SYME London Ordinary Share GB00BFMDJC60 ORD 0.002P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.015 -3.8% 0.38 11:38:22
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.395 0.375 0.395 0.395
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lastoneout: We all await the “new investors” who are paying for TF. Just as a heads up let me remind LTH of the last “new investment”. From the 24 Dec RNS where AZ dumped 4bn shares on 5 new investors. All below the magic declarable % of course And I quote …. “.. the sale of 4.0bn SYME ordinary shares by the AvantGarde Group to the New Investors at 0.0048 GBP based on the performance of the Company.” Look out for this mugs. Personally I’m sure you will be reading similar in the not too distant. But I do hope that this time it won’t be under the magic number and you can actually credit the buys to actual people. Otherwise know it’s likely that you are the “actual people”. And AZ has dumped some more on you. Good Luck.
ianindenial: As previously stated, without the input of further funds from the ‘new investors’ SYME will be unable to complete accounts without being forced into administration. If I was these ‘new investors’ and had agreed on the value of Tradeflow, I would purchase TF independently, await the inevitable collapse of SYME and then purchase the remnants of the parts of the business that has merit (maybe just the listing) from the administrators. Why would they only take a small percentage of the overall company when you could acquire it all then pump and dump it on the gullible again!!
gasman10: Q31: How can you prevent being held to ransom by funders / investors in future as has been recently done, especially re our April Fool's surprise drop owing to investor sentiment change? The Company is not being held to ransom by any one shareholder or group of shareholders. We have endeavoured to maintain a steady flow of regulatory news on the Company's progress to the market. We have also tried wherever possible to adhere to our own timetable for making such announcements and will continue to do so. The Board of SYME does not believe there has been any marked shift in investor sentiment, although it recognizes shareholders are in need of positive news regarding the first IM issuance.
nobbygnome: I think now it's official; the gerbils are panicking. I expect get out at all costs will really kick in tomorrow. The distribution to the gerbils has been spectacular... Meanwhile over at SBTX the bed wetting profit taking gerbils have been distributing their shares to the savvy long term investors. There is a stark contrast between the companies but some ignorant, arrogant investors just can't see it. In fact clueless is probably the more appropriate adjective.....
gasman10: Good post ref scrambler lseI agree with your view point regarding non investors. Based on my research and acceptable risk level i have invested, with the view that the value of my investment will increase. Therefore I want the company to do well.As a non investor I can understand that they may ask questions in order to reach a decision to invest or not. I can also understand that a poster will try and deramp to try and achieve a lower entry price. A motive we can all understand, even though we may not agree with it.For a non investor to continually counter any positive statements for a considerable length of time without intending to invest or trade I find very odd, to a point that there must an underlying psychological issue. It must be obsessive behavour of sorts.Anyway we are invested so I guess we shouldn't give a damn.
ianindenial: Ex. As I posted yesterday, SYME’s stance on the use of the new investors fresh capital has changed from being used for the purchase of TF to now “support SYME's strategic developments, including the acquisition of TradeFlow”. IMHO this is a huge sign that the company is in financial trouble. The TF acquisition is being used as a sticking plaster to keep the SYME show on the road. It could buy more time for SYME to attempt to prove their concept, however after 4 years of trying I see little chance of any future for their model. Not sure what’s in this for TF other than a cheap placing on LSE, but with an initial purchase price of £4m with the rest being paid in an earn out agreement, I see little value for the current SYME investors in this also bearing in mind the further dilution following the placement. Certainly nothing like the current valuation of around £130m for SYME, but then again, this share price isn’t arrived at by accountants and business fundamentals, but on sentiment, momentum, hope and dare I say naive investors willing to overlook all manner of red flags. Otherwise SYME would be valued at less than £0.
ianindenial: Contrast the wording of the 26th May RNS to todays; 26th May - “the Company will issue 813 million new SYME shares at market price to the TradeFlow sellers which represents less than 3% of the Company's issued share Capital. The Company intends to fund the initial cash component of the transaction from an investment of fresh capital being finalised with a group of new institutional investors.” New investors week then. Today - “the Company confirms that it will now publish its 2020 Accounts following completion of the funding facility with a group of new investors. This investment of fresh capital will support SYME's strategic developments, including the acquisition of TradeFlow” Strategic developments is just another ambiguous AZ bingo phrase. SYME could’nt put it any clearer than they need new investment just to stay afloat. The SYME story is either over or if there really are new II’s they will want a massive stake in the company for such a high risk gamble. Administration or huge dilution. The choice is yours!!
gasman10: Supply @ Me Capital plc , a fintech listed in London, but founded and led by the Italian Alessandro Zamboni and active in the enhancement of the warehouse of industrial companies (inventory monetization) has signed the agreement for the acquisition of the entire capital of TradeFlow Capital Management , Singapore-based fintech focused on investing in trade finance (see press release here ).The operation was announced last March (see another article by BeBeez ) and will be financed in part thanks to an investment of 4 million pounds of capital , currently being finalized, by a group of new institutional investors , which according to BeBeez they are American.TradeFlow has been valued around £ 31 million by an independent valuation firm. The assessment is based on the positive track record of the commodity funds launched, the intellectual property rights relating to the proprietary digital platform and the TradeFlow business plan to 2025.The consideration for the transaction will be settled in two phases: on the completion date expected by the end of June, and on the finalization of the necessary regulatory and administrative procedures. The total amount will be paid partly in cash and partly in kind.The cash part provides for an outlay of 4 million pounds, which precisely as mentioned provides for an investment by a group of new institutional investors, while for the payment of the share in kind Supply @ Me will issue 813 million new shares (which represent and 3% of the share capital issued by the company) at the market price that will be assigned to the sellers of TradeFlow ie co-founders Tom James and John Collins. Supply @ Me closed yesterday at 42 pence per share yesterday on the stock exchange, equal to a capitalization of around 138 million pounds.Subsequently, the earn-out payments covering the period from January 2021 to December 2023 will be paid, made in cash or shares of the company's choice, based on the achievement of annual turnover targets by TradeFlow, commensurate with the business plan on which its assessment is based.Following the acquisition and growth of the Company, Supply @ ME will expand its Board of Directors to bring additional banking and legal expertise, including the appointment of James and Collis to the Board. Parzival Partners Ltd and a team of financial services professionals supported and laid the groundwork for the acquisition.Alessandro Zamboni, CEO of Supply @ Me Capital, commented: "We are delighted to reach this further milestone for the company with the signing of the share purchase agreement with TradeFlow. We have been impressed with the quality of the business that Tom and John have built, having established themselves as financiers of in-transit warehouses, particularly among SMEs. By bringing TradeFlow into the Supply @ ME stable, we will have an offer for the supply chain sector that surpasses any other proposal available globally, with vast opportunities to create even more value for our investors ".John Collis, Chief Risk Officer and co-founder of TradeFlow Capital, added: "Signing the SPA with Supply @ ME takes us to the next step in TradeFlow's growth journey. The economic and physical challenges during the pandemic left many companies with an unprecedented set of supply chain problems for moving goods. We look forward to joining forces with Alessandro and his team and improving the working capital position of even more companies ".Tom James, CEO and co-founder of TradeFlow Capital, concluded: "Our credit-free approach to enable import / export of physical commodities is unique in the world of trade finance hedge funds, as is Supply @ ME's approach. to inventory monetization for manufacturing and commercial activities. The combination of the experience of TradeFlow Capital and Supply @ ME will broaden our shared geographic footprint and create a global digitized offering that will deliver a number of benefits from a financing, technology and client origination perspective. We look forward to closing the transaction ".
gasman10: AZ's dilemaToday 07:32Hi all,I am frustrated as any investor here, seen many rises since last year and many falls, could have cashed out and made loads of money, could have listened to trolls like TW, Da and crew and sold at a loss too!HOWEVER,put yourself in AZ's shoes, if you were building this business, did all the great work and set up what he has in many, many regions but you knew you were ultimately at the mercy of the big funders, what would you do?WOULD you say sorry investors looks like a 3-6 month delay, but leave your money where it is, it will come good promise?DO you just stay quiet and hope for the best?DO you release news as is required and keep investors hooked?Don't get me wrong AZ imo has got his comms strategy very wrong at times, but I can understand his dilemma, as much as with hindsight I wish it had been done differently, I have never held his position, doubt anyone on this bb has.So we wait.. not long now hopefully ;)ATB
gasman10: 8DivvyupSYME Sunday thoughts 3521.Today 16:22Greensill has certainly cast a shadow over supply-based finance. The business model was more of an insurance/factoring service, not what I would define as fin-tech, but that's journalists seeking sensationalism rather than accuracy.The media will shortly pickup and start to ramp up the continuing inflation of commodities. Safe to say that everyone's pockets will be hit, including company's inventory. Apt timing by Syme and competitive rates by funders would be explosive.Looking at the latest interview and welcome AGM clarity, AZ appears determined to take on the additional roll as educator to those engaged within the finance sector and media.Trust through compliance is more important now than ever, a point repeated by AZ in that the blockchain ledger which acts as both a legal document and financial contract regardless of geographical placement. A fully tested system that bridges and liberates finance through Geo governance laws.Syme has gone through some radical structural changes. It's been painful at times but from an investor perspective the CEO does sneak into many of his interviews a verbal acknowledgement of support and consideration to all shareholders who supported him.There's lots of knowledgeable folk here who have grown prematurely old witnessing the tidy up earlier this year. Informed investors knew although unnerving, this time-consuming restructuring was 100% necessary. Hardly surprising progress is slower than many expect, but certainly lots of announcements due in the next couple of months prior to roll-out to engage eager investors.Pending progress June/July 2021 onward is the scheduled (implementation) period for Syme rolling out monetisation services. Successful trading announcements are commonly followed by unfathomable dip's aggravated by MM seeking a favorable entry point. So, I fully expect the share price to be even more volatile in the months ahead.AZ (CEO) is certainly a flamboyant character, and Syme is certainly not a quick A two B Share, more of an A two Z LTH journey.Best Wishes Health & Prosperity
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