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Techfinancials LSE:TECH London Ordinary Share VGG870911077 ORD USD0.0005 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.25p 4.50p 6.00p 5.50p 5.25p 5.25p 1,675 08:00:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 9.9 0.1 -2.7 - 4.46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2018
15:12
Bottom IN.Nice bounce. GLA.
fairenough11
25/4/2018
12:05
They should have a very valuable token holding now, perhaps even greater than the current market cap.
gfrae
25/4/2018
11:47
I hope theirs does too !........(token holding )
gfrae
25/4/2018
11:31
Well at least my token holding looks a little better!
hazl
25/4/2018
09:34
I get the same problem it is difficult to buy anything on line, it is going straight to n.t.
darcy1
25/4/2018
09:22
Just tried to buy back in but mm's offering nothing online
dave4545
24/4/2018
14:40
Hopefully we will get an update to coincide with the general meeting on the 26.04.18.
darcy1
22/4/2018
15:06
Sweepie2. ....think you posted in the wrong thread! This is Tech Finance not Tern!
thaiger
22/4/2018
09:05
Blockbuster report from Investor Show about Tern, market sensitive news leaked to attendees Further to yesterday’s brief post, I had the pleasure of sitting through the TERN presentation by Bruch Leith and the chance to talk to him in detail for about 15 minutes after. Bruce came across as a nice guy and indeed, he explained some of the personal issues that Al Sisto has had to deal with in the last 3 years and it puts things in perspective. Presentation Key points: - Al Sisto; career in Intel; encryption expert with expert knowledge of what’s needed in the IOT space. - Al Sisto California based but spends approx. 50% of his time in the UK. - Tern; the leading investment company in the IOT space. - Bruce Leith; primary role; finding new deals/investment companies (note; at last, people now in dedicated roles rather than trying to do everything). - Bruce; looking at 4 new investment companies , deals imminent , subject to term sheets and due diligence completion. - Working with Microsoft (possibly through In VMA). - Device Authority : hungry for cash due to growth; building product and distribution channels with Global technology companies - Intel deal; took 2 years to consumate; 7 months behind schedule mainly due to Intel internal process/sign offs. DA will handle authentication of Intel chip and through the Cloud - GEC; launched in USA last week (medical devices); launch re-scheduled to enable DA integration to be integral to the product. Enables 24/7 monitoring and treatment remote from hospital of patient condition but all data secured by DA. Huge market potential. - Strong play – authenticating sensors and at point of application; data remains secure throughout. - Products are now being rolled out; very well placed! Data analytics will also be a revenue growth area. - IOT take up by global tech has been slower than envisaged but now starting to gain traction and momentum. - 8 fold increase in security attacks in the last year; DA has a hack proof platform that automates at scale. - Strong patent suite that global’s cannot copy - DA life cycle has seen 12-24 month sales campaign followed by a 9-12 month product development/integration period. THIS IS WHY IT HAS TAKEN TIME TO REACH PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT AND PRODUCT ROLL OUT. Global tech companies are slow to progress due to internal approvals, budgets and priorities. - Now in a position to deploy Keyscaler globally with good evidence of several major customer contracts signed in the last 6 months. - THALES/GEMALTO; TO BUILD A BUSINESS AROUND DA/KEYSCLER; 2018-2021 RAPID GROWTH ENVISAGED - PTC; a $6 billion company with DA intrinsically linked! - Verticals/markets huge; sensors/data transmission now permeating every aspect of global world/life. - Emphasised high profile global partners. - THALES; LOOKING AT HUGE USA DEAL WITH ROBOTICS DELIVERING SURGICAL PROCEDURES – DA WILL BE INTEGRAL TO SECURITY. - AMAZING THINGS TO COME…… In VMA - Phenomenal order book; tripled revenue in 3 years to £1million and no signs of slowing - Key contracts with Howdens, MSE, MEM’s , GEC - Asset Minder can now be deployed within 3 months of enquiry; see huge potential and synergies with DA. Wrap up - Focus on improving investor communications via 3 monthly conference calls - PATENTS ARE EVRYTHING! THIS IS WHY COMPETITION IS STIFLED, DA ARE IN THE BOX SEAT AND GLOBALS GO TO DA FOR THE SOLUTION TO THEIR SECRUITY ISSUES - SaaS model ; recurring and growing revenues - BLENDING OF THE TERN COMPANIES TO PROVIDE INTEGRATED DISRUPTIVE SOLUTIONS THAT GLOBAL PLAYERS NEED! Conversation with Bruce Leith Bruce came across as a genuine and nice guy. It was clear the last 2-3 years has hurt the BOD as much as shareholders. For example, a number of Bruce’s family have shares in ISA’s bought at 14,12, 10, and 8 pence. It is clear the single issue that has stymied progress has been the time it takes to consummate a deal (typically 12-18 months) and then integrate Keyscaler into the eco system offer. This is due to global tech companies themselves struggling to shape their offer to the market and the way these companies deal with their supply chain in terms of budgets, approvals, gateways etc. Essentially, think of a timescale and double it. Intel took 18-24 months but things are moving rapidly; Keyscaler will be ‘on chip’ and in the cloud for the Intel solution. In summary, they are 12 months behind where they thought they’d be. The US fund raise is still open but didn’t take off due to the slow uptake of contracts + a poor understanding of what is being developed. Device Authority are talking with Microsoft and ARM (DA were approached); global’s will use DA rather than spend years developing in house; ALL ABOUT TIMING! Last week’s San Francisco conference went well with significant interest shown in DA. There is significant interest in DA and ‘players are circling’. They’ve already had offers that have been rejected (at above the current TERN market cap). The dilemma is the timing of sale of DA versus timing of value created by the global partnerships versus the cost of funding a growing company. Also, in order to attract institutional investors to TERN, they need to prove the business model by selling a company for a significant return. Whilst Bruce wouldn’t be directly drawn, my impression was a £75-100million offer (short term) will be considered. Bruce so stated a realistic aspiration that TERN will be valued at £100 million within 12 months. I left the event feeling extremely positive that our money is in safe hands and the share price will be multiples of what it is today in the coming months. My personal preference/issue is they find a way to keep DA for another 2 years unless a £250 million offer is tabled as there’s no reason why DA shouldn’t be valued at £1 billion + within 3 years. Ultimately, I cannot find a reason to sell my shares anywhere below £1. Hope this helps but DYOR,NAI.
sweepie2
20/4/2018
12:13
Well looks like nothing going to happen now with the latest update. I come back late autumn as I only see the share price fluctuate when buyers come back, until then with all the waiting I expect this to drift a little if no there’s no trade volume
sep800
19/4/2018
15:32
I hope they do....not much enthusiasm so far. I’m just sitting on my losses watching other shares fly!
moormoney
10/4/2018
20:58
swiped fro Trustatrade on the LSE site: "In respect to Japan. We are probably amongst the few global companies to address the j-fsa for permission to run ICO in Japan. Once the Japanese regulator is examining documents, it is beyond our ability to know / estimate when procedures will end. All I can say April the 9th is that we are still working hard with the best legal firms in Japan to make a last minute breakthrough in proces"
euclid5
10/4/2018
11:36
Thanks Euclid5, My point is the following: if you read that someone had a company A and gave Company B an option for 87% of company A $40,000 and $400,000 loan, and than, after a few months, company A raised $30,000,000 , what would you think ? @sep800 - for your information , traders have the strange inclination not only to spread positive bits, and sometime even short a stock that they think is over valued. Opportunity is in both directions. (-:
intrigo
06/4/2018
21:23
thanks for clearing this matter euclid5 for those too naive what they invest in. makes you wonder how and why people invest without proper research first, and they post silly points that come across de-ramping unnecessary. Intrigo - Do your research before posting negative's about Tech
sep800
06/4/2018
10:25
Yes because Tech gave them the initial $400k funding required plus a BoD on Tech is also a director in Cedex Best you join Cedex Telegram & ask them the same question It's in the RNS, that's how sometimes business operates when they give a new formed company a loan. Tech may buy them with the option or have the right to sell the option at a much higher price Saar Levi will answer your question in Telegram, they are usually good at responding fast to questions
euclid5
06/4/2018
09:46
euclid5 , I certainly understand the words. What I don't understand is CEDEX value. Does it make sense to you that something so hot that is actually the driver of TECH value to be sold for a mere $40,000 ? it is like perpetuum mobile, you buy something for $40,000 that make you worth $20 Mil.
intrigo
05/4/2018
18:54
Intrigo, what can't you understand with Tech's Cedex option? In consideration for providing this initial funding, upon incorporation of the CEDEX holding company ("CEDEX HoldCo"), CEDEX HoldCo will grant the Company an option to acquire 90 per cent of CEDEX HoldCo at an exercise price of US$40,000, which may be offset against any amount outstanding under the loan. Exercise of the option is at the sole discretion of TechFinancials and the option can be transferred, sold or disposed of as TechFinancials sees fit. The option period is for three years from the date of grant. https://www.investegate.co.uk/techfinancials-inc---tech-/rns/binding-heads-of-terms---loan-and-option-agreement/201710230700032651U/ ________ __________________________________________________ The introducer of the purchasers has received options to acquire up to 5 per cent of CEDEX, with the result that TechFinancials now has an option to acquire up to 85.5 per cent. of CEDEX with a total possible holding of up to 87.4 per cent. https://www.investegate.co.uk/techfinancials-inc---tech-/rns/update--cedex/201801120700026780B/
euclid5
05/4/2018
14:08
@euclid5 Thank you for affirming it , I read it as well but thought the math does not work out. $ 40,000 for 100% of Cedex? @sep800 I am only discussing information and would think investors like you and everybody here are entitled to max information, I would not assume that people here are only looking for optimistic forecasts, but are open to hear other voices.BTW I am invested in TECH for long time now.
intrigo
05/4/2018
09:14
Cedex newsletter just out. Nothing there to show that the target raise is on track. Only that ICO is a part of the wider program.See that the raise has ground to a halt
muffster
03/4/2018
15:16
I added some last Thursday thinking the fall was way overdone. I have a decent holding now but intend to add again after the start of the new tax year. Tech has only just got started!
moormoney
03/4/2018
15:06
Moor don't sit there and watch. Participate.. You will wish you had. Now well below NAV, also big Cedex uplift due to ether fixed rate of exchange.
muffster
03/4/2018
14:39
Good to see buyers returning. I’m sitting tight waiting for news and think this will do well!
moormoney
03/4/2018
12:39
Back to 30p aim wonders
mally6
03/4/2018
09:18
Tech have an option to buy Cedex for a $40k based on the option if required after they loaned them $400k They have not converted this option as yet
euclid5
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