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Software & Computer Services 4.58 1.35 5.4 26
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Posted at 05/2/2023 08:20 by Tern Daily Update
Tern Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TERN. The last closing price for Tern was 7.50p.
Tern Plc has a 4 week average price of 6.93p and a 12 week average price of 6.93p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.75p.
There are currently 352,214,701 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,585,928 shares. The market capitalisation of Tern Plc is £25,535,565.82.
Posted at 02/2/2023 13:09 by stentorian
andrbea,

It don't see how AW has a dog in that game. Tern decided to sell the T03 warrants - this clearly was not a good look to Swedish and other investors that the largest shareholder was selling its T03 warrants for a 'pot of porridge'. Result the share price went down. I'll wager AW had to deal with a great deal of flack with other shareholders wanting to know what Tern knew that made them sell. Tern couldn't be bothered to tell its own shareholders - so this was definitely a Sisto gameplay, not AW.

It looks to me that Wyld won't need financing.

Other than the AS/Tern handing over a board position to his mate RK, RK is a great person to have on board to build up Wyld in the US. Maybe RK is the chosen one to take over from AS. RK seems to know how to sell tech companies.

Posted at 02/2/2023 11:40 by richer133
2 February 2023

Tern Plc

("Tern" or the "Company")

Proposed Wyld Networks Directorate Change

Tern Plc (AIM:TERN), the company focused on value creation from Internet of Things ("IoT") technology businesses, notes that Wyld Networks AB ( " Wyld Networks" or "Wyld") has today published a notice of Extraordinary General Meeting (the "Wyld Notice") for Wyld shareholders to vote on, inter alia, the appointment of Ramesh Kesanupalli to the Wyld board, as Al Sisto, having served as a Wyld board member for over four years, has indicated that he wishes to retire as a Wyld board member . Ramesh Kesanupalli is an adviser to Tern and a director of Tern's portfolio company, Device Authority Limited. Tern holds 41.2% of Wyld Networks' equity.

Extracted from the Wyld Notice

" Proposed resolutions:

Item 7 - Determination of the number of board members and deputy board members

The shareholder Tern Plc, representing 41.2 percent of the shares in the company (the "Shareholder"), proposes that the board of directors, for the period until the end of the next annual general meeting, shall consist of four board members with no deputy board members.

Item 8 -Election of new board member

Having served as a board member of the company for over four years, Albert Sisto has informed Wyld Networks AB that he wishes to retire as a board member. Therefore, the Shareholder proposes that Ramesh Kesanupalli is elected as new board member for the period until the end of the next annual general meeting. If the Extraordinary General Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, the board of directors will consist of Mats L Andersson (chairman), Mats R Andersson, Henrik Hedelius and Ramesh Kesanupalli.

Information regarding Ramesh Kesanupalli, born on 1 August 1965

Ramesh Kesanupalli is the Founder and CEO of Digital Trust Networks based in Santa Clara, California. He also founded Accountable Digital Identity Association standardizing Global Digital Identity Framework as an open standard. Ramesh also founded Fido Alliance, a global standard for passwordless authentication in the digital world. Ramesh was also the founder of Nok Nok Labs, which is the market leader for Fido authentication servers. Ramesh previously held the position of CTO of Validity Sensors, which was acquired by Synaptics. Earlier in his career, Ramesh also ran engineering, marketing and business development for Phoenix Technologies. He also cofounded a video streaming company, Network24 communications, which was acquired by Akamai. Ramesh also founded and ran the carrier middle software company Kinera/Telsima for nine years. Ramesh sits on the boards of Device Authority, GotrustID, ADI Association and Digital Trust Networks.

Ramesh brings vast Industry contacts globally, technology expertise in the communication space, vision and market reach.

Ramesh is independent in relation to the company and the senior management of the company. Ramesh is also independent in relation to the company's major shareholders.

Ramesh does not hold any financial instruments in the company.

Item 9 - Determination of board remuneration

The Shareholder proposes that board remuneration, in accordance with the renumeration levels decided by the Annual General Meeting 2022, shall be paid to Ramesh Kesanupalli for his work in the board of directors, in proportion to the duration of the assignment."

The full Wyld Notice may be accessed at:

hxxps://wyldnetworks.com/investor-relations

Enquiries

Posted at 30/1/2023 14:30 by steveberyl
Sisto avatars will be hiding this, UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTH. Without prejudice

No RNS REVEALING HOLDINGS means Tern can be involved in ????? anything.

See post below, another POOR Victim of 8 years in, FOMO, purgatory.

ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO MISS OUT ON.

cambradjones30 Jan '23 - 13:26 - 327537 of 327537
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Exactly, seems to be a never ending supply of 100k trades designed to stop any rise in its tracks, been going on for months


Sisto/Tern Keeping Tern share price, under control.

Posted at 28/1/2023 18:50 by sdavis
Not sure I get your argument Swanny.

You state how poor the BoD has been, almost lying to s/holders. And then you are preprepared to support them because the investments are doing well??
What role are they playing in the investments (none if you ask me)??
Why can't they be paid by the companies if needed rather than the Tern gravy train??
You are happy for the Tern share price to fall so you can buy more??? What school of investment is that from??.... I will invest heavily, allow the BoD to mislead everyone, and then buy some more as the share price drifts lower because the BoD can not he trusted......hmmmm??

Seems like you will belike many others here...... holding on in hope rather than taking action.

My guess is that you will end up with buying more and more as the share price sinks to new lows, and one day realise that The BoD has cost you x £100k.....

Don't be a fool..... take action NOW.

Posted at 27/1/2023 11:51 by mudbath
Bingoprize established his/her account on June 9th 2022 just 9 days after TERN's recommended All Share Offer for Pires Investments; thus coinciding with the increasing scrutiny of Al Sisto's (+ the BoD) competence.

Since then his/her posts have been persistent in praising Sisto and the BoD for what they HAVE achieved. Subtle balance has been injected into those posts by including what boils down to "we all make mistakes".

"Bingoprize27 Jan '23
Onside it’s a question you need to ask yourself, if you believe our assets are not a good choice and the bod got it wrong it’s not the share to be in.
Do investors here believe the assets were a good choice coming good or not? That the only bottom line or foundation we have to go on.
Simple questions to ask yourself about your investment. Are the assets a good choice. Are they being developed as you would like. Can I gain from proposed end goal. Do I believe the bod will deliver for me. Any answer you give that isn’t a positive probably means it’s not the investment you should hold."

For me, the decline in the robustness of our investment case, in the main attributable to poor governance, is all too clear. When I reflect on the past 5 years over which I have been invested, that weaknening is mirrored by the TERN share price performance.

2018 saw a peak closing price on June 11th of 47p. The share price then gradually declined, with the next more encouraging close seen on May 13th 2021 of 30.25p.
2022 never saw 13.75p on May 25th exceeded, whilst in 2023 our best close has been a miserable 8.75p.

This trend in the share price decline is our only reality.
If projected forward, it will leave many, if they remain invested, in an uncomfortable situation.

Dynamic action is therefore now an urgent necessity.

It could stem from the BoD upgrading their performance, from a changing of the guard, via corporate action in the shortest of terms (or an indication that such is in progress) or from a variety of other factors.

Whatever transpires to be a better way forward; the process needs to be activated and soon.

Posted at 27/1/2023 07:43 by lovely to see you halfwits cry
MEGA Special!!!!!!!!!!!!

steveberyl - 18 Dec 2021 - 08:49:43 - 1002 of 3438 alternative tern - TERN

For the very same reason that Investors trashed Tern price when they saw the valuation of Venafi small percentage, when investors see the same percentage valued at $Bn`s in Venafi IPO, Tern will rocket.

When Tern Dual listing is announced Thoma Bravo clients will ensure a massive interest and huge uplift in Tern share price. GOON SHOW DIES.

Posted at 26/1/2023 14:49 by steveberyl
WHERE THE HELL IS THE NOMAD Financial Conduct Authority ????????????????/


Stentorian26 Jan '23 - 14:26 - 327357 of 327357
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Tern's Portfolio update deliberately omitted all references to Tern's SVV investment in the RNS - yet they referred to it in Tern Interim Report 2022:

"Sure Valley Ventures UK Software Technology Fund (“SVV”)
Valuation of holding: £55,956
Holding: 5.9%
Sector: Technology sourcing – Tern deal creation
Invested since: March 2022

SVV is a new venture capital fund investing in a range of private UK software companies with a focus on companies in the immersive technology and metaverse sectors, including augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence, the IoT and security, which are of importance to Tern and its network of companies.
The principal investor in the New SVV Fund is the British Business Bank (‘BBB’), an investment arm of the UK Government. The first close of this fund will amount to £85 million, with the BBB investing up to £50 million and other investors, including Tern, investing up to £35 million over the 10-year life of
the fund. Tern has made a commitment to invest up to £5 million over the life of the fund, which would equate to a c.5.9% interest in the fund. Thus far Tern has invested approximately £90,000 on the fund’s first close.
The fund offers Tern, and other non-BBB investors, a significantly enhanced share of total return generated by the fund compared to industry standards as well as a means of deal curation and a partnership with a team that has already led a successful early-stage technology fund based in Ireland.
The first investment is a £2 million seed investment round, with SVV providing a £1 million investment in RETìníZE Limited ("RETìníZE"), an award-winning creative-technology company.

As at 30 June 2022, the fair value of Tern’s shareholding in SVV was £0.06 million."

Why? They are deliberately manipulating shareholders - what is worse is that the SVV investment has increased.

Tern have deliberately failed to announce a second investment via SVV in "Jaid" earlier this month. They would have had to inform shareholders that there was a second investment. They have omitted the SVV investment totally. They didn't want to do this because this would reveal one reason that the Wyld T03 warrants were needed.

THIS IS BLATANT FRAUDULENT REPORTING.

Posted at 26/1/2023 14:26 by stentorian
Tern's Portfolio update deliberately omitted all references to Tern's SVV investment in the RNS - yet they referred to it in Tern Interim Report 2022:

"Sure Valley Ventures UK Software Technology Fund (“SVV”)
Valuation of holding: £55,956
Holding: 5.9%
Sector: Technology sourcing – Tern deal creation
Invested since: March 2022

SVV is a new venture capital fund investing in a range of private UK software companies with a focus on companies in the immersive technology and metaverse sectors, including augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence, the IoT and security, which are of importance to Tern and its network of companies.
The principal investor in the New SVV Fund is the British Business Bank (‘BBB’), an investment arm of the UK Government. The first close of this fund will amount to £85 million, with the BBB investing up to £50 million and other investors, including Tern, investing up to £35 million over the 10-year life of
the fund. Tern has made a commitment to invest up to £5 million over the life of the fund, which would equate to a c.5.9% interest in the fund. Thus far Tern has invested approximately £90,000 on the fund’s first close.
The fund offers Tern, and other non-BBB investors, a significantly enhanced share of total return generated by the fund compared to industry standards as well as a means of deal curation and a partnership with a team that has already led a successful early-stage technology fund based in Ireland.
The first investment is a £2 million seed investment round, with SVV providing a £1 million investment in RETìníZE Limited ("RETìníZE"), an award-winning creative-technology company.

As at 30 June 2022, the fair value of Tern’s shareholding in SVV was £0.06 million."

Why? They are deliberately manipulating shareholders - what is worse is that the SVV investment has increased.

Tern have deliberately failed to announce a second investment via SVV in "Jaid" earlier this month. They would have had to inform shareholders that there was a second investment. They have omitted the SVV investment totally. They didn't want to do this because this would reveal one reason that the Wyld T03 warrants were needed.

Posted at 26/1/2023 08:58 by lovely to see you halfwits cry
MEGA Special!!!!!!!!!!!!

steveberyl - 18 Dec 2021 - 08:49:43 - 1002 of 3438 alternative tern - TERN

For the very same reason that Investors trashed Tern price when they saw the valuation of Venafi small percentage, when investors see the same percentage valued at $Bn`s in Venafi IPO, Tern will rocket.

When Tern Dual listing is announced Thoma Bravo clients will ensure a massive interest and huge uplift in Tern share price.

Posted at 25/1/2023 10:18 by tullynessle
Re Post 327266

Hopefully the general progress of all five (5) Investee Companies since 2020 will be fully recognised in 2023, noting also the reference to "Material" (see post 327266) in one of TERN's larger holdings.


Noticed that TERN share price in 2020 was as follows:

Jan 1, 2020 6.65p

Dec 31, 2020 12.5p

Share price low - 6.65p (Jan 1, 2020)

Share price high - 31.5p (May 14, 2020)

Tern share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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