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Member Since: Tue, 24th Jun 2008

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Last Posted: 6 Jan '14

17 Dec '13

Marechale Capital swings to profit after revenue triples
17 Dec '13

The whole sentiment of business seems to have changed for the better over the past few weeks. I am optimistic that the fortunes of many companies are now on the up - including MAC and hopefully a share-price of 5p+ is attainable in the not too distant future - which is why I am in here (imho - dyor)
17 Dec '13

Marechale Capital plc today announces its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30
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Chairman's Statement - - -
I am pleased to report that Marechale has made a very good start to the current year. On the back of improving economic sentiment, and more confidence in the equity markets, the Company's revenues are significantly ahead of where they were this time last year at £433,924 (2012 £140,682), an increase of 208%, and we are able to report that we have made a small profit of £18,915 (2012 loss £156,044) for the half year.
Marechale is acting for an increasing number of growth companies, and has successfully completed a series of transactions, which are all detailed on the Company's website at: During the last six months a number of transactions that were started, in some cases, many months ago, have been completed, as well as more recently mandated business. - - -
Marechale operates as a corporate finance advisory and capital fund raising business focusing on fundraising for growth companies in two primary sectors in which the team have a long term track record; Leisure and Retail, and Renewable Energy.
Marechale helps management teams to finance or refinance in two key areas of activity; Growth Capital private equity transactions for more established businesses, and Development Capital, fundraising for smaller growth companies, the latter typically being Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) qualifying. As part of Marechale's success fee, the Company secures warrants or equity on most of its projects, so shareholders have the opportunity to share in the potential significant upside of the equity value in these businesses. These investments are valued at cost or at a price that reflects their last funding round. The Board expects these to grow in value over the next few years.
17 Dec '13

Yes I am IN
17 Dec '13

My BUY @ 2.74p is shown as a SELL
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17 Dec '13

we are now more optimistic about the immediate outlook; there is also a healthy pipeline of new business that is being generated. Deal flow is picking up and, at our current level of 10, we have our largest number of engaged corporate finance projects to date. The year end results to March 2014 will be dependent on their outcome and whether the projects are completed before the year end.
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9 Dec '13

Brilliant buying opportunity @ 1.8p with huge up-side potential - in my opinion (whether short-medium or long-term)
21 Nov '13

hopefully go above 1p today - now 0.88 - 0.934p (dummy sell-buy prices)
19 Nov '13

currently 5.5c down 8.3%
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19 Nov '13

hopefully seller will finish so we can move up to 1p (and beyond)

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