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Fragrant Prosperity PLC - Interim Report - Sept 2018 v2: View Document View Document


Fragrant Prosperity Announcement - Annual Report 2018 : View Document View Document


Fragrant Prosperity Announcement - Unaudited Interim Results 21 Dec 2017 : View Document View Document


Fragrant Prosperity Announcement - Vale Change of Name 11 Dec 2017 : View Document View Document


Vale Announcement - Directorate Change 6 Oct 2017 : View Document View Document


Vale Announcement – Result of 2017 Annual General Meeting 29 September 2017 : View Document View Document


Vale Announcement - Notice of 2017 Annual General Meeting 18 August 2017 : View Document View Document


Vale Condensed Interim Financial Statements April 2017 to 30 September 2017 : View Document View Document


Vale Final Results Announcement for the period ended 31 March 2017 View Document View Document


Vale International Floats With Eye On Technology Sector Deal (ALLIPO)


LONDON (Alliance News) - Investment company Vale International Group Ltd started trading on London's Main Market on Monday, with plans to buy a company in the European or Asian fintech sector.


Vale International optimistic about fintech acquisitions


Cash shell Vale International raised £0.8m as it floated on the London main market on Monday with the aim of acquiring a financial services technology business in a UK market the directors believe remains attractive despite the post-Brexit uncertainty.



The company has been specifically formed to make acquisitions of businesses in the financial services or technology sectors in Europe and Asia.


Vale aims to find technology businesses which are developing intellectual property within the financial services industry to generate value for shareholders through expansion, improvements and acquisitions.


Chairman Patrick Tsang said he and his fellow directors, have "significant experience in the finance and technology arena and of executing complex financial transactions and acquisitions to return value to shareholders" and are particularly interested in the fintech sector where, targeting multiple opportunities, "we look forward to acquiring companies that can generate excess returns for our shareholders and benefit from our access to capital and experience".


As well as Tsang, the board includes Malcolm Groat, who is also a director of AIM-listed Tekcapital and a Baronsmead venture capital trust; and Simon Retter, whose previous involvement with AIM was as a director of Paragon Diamonds, which delisted last December after running out of cash.


Tsang added that the board felt the market offered "a favourable and exciting environment for building high growth companies".


“With investor and business confidence seemingly unaffected in light of the Brexit decision, the UK is an extremely attractive destination for corporate activity and remains a leading global finance and technology hub."


SOURCE: Digital Look



Thrings and Optiva Securities complete Vale International Group IPO


Leading commercial law firm Thrings has acted on its latest initial public offering (IPO) after advising Optiva Securities Limited on the admission of shares in Vale International Group Ltd to the standard segment of the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Read More



The completion of the IPO is the third that Thrings has acted on in 2016, and follows the listings of acquisition vehicle daVictus plc (DVT) in January and Bluebird Merchant Ventures Ltd (BMV) in April.


Vale International Group has been formed specifically with the purpose of making acquisitions in Europe and Asia, including technology businesses which own, or are developing, intellectual property used within the financial services (fintech) industry.


Led by non-executive chairman and Global Angels founder, Patrick Tsang, the group’s objective will be to operate acquired companies and businesses, and generate value for shareholders through operational expansion, improvements and complementary acquisitions.


Stockbrokers Optiva Securities Limited received legal advice on the IPO from Thrings’ London-based corporate partner, Jonathan Morris, and corporate solicitor, Jack Delaney. The reporting accountant was Crowe Clark Whitehill LLP’s London office.


Jonathan Morris said: “Thrings is delighted to have been able to assist Optiva Securities Limited in bringing Vale International Group to market against the backdrop of difficult market conditions, which we expect will improve in the fourth quarter.”


Jeremy King of Optiva Securities Limited added: “We were all very pleased to work with the board of Vale International Group on its successful IPO and look forward to assisting as the search for an acquisition target progresses in the developing fintech space.”


SOURCE: THRINGS



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18/08/2017 | Vale 2017 AGM Notice - View Document View Document


18/08/2017 | Vale 2017 AGM Form of Proxy - View Document View Document


18/08/2017 | Vale 2017 AGM Form of Instruction - View Document View Document


28/07/2017 | Vale Annual Report and Accounts for the period ended 31 March 2017 - View Document View Document


30/12/2016 | Vale Financial Reports September 2016 - View Document View Document


26/08/2016 | Publication of Prospectus - View Document View Document


25/08/2016 | Vale International Group Ltd - Prospectus - View Document View Document


05/05/2016 | Articles of Association - View Document View Document

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