Posts tagged: Pembridge Resources

Pembridge Resources, the AIM market and a standard listing - part 2

Tuesday, 27 June 2017, 10:48 am

Pembridge Resources is pressing ahead with its standard listing move and little old Betaville understands the bookbuilding process has already started.

That's bad news for AIM, which has seen the number of companies listed on the junior market decline over the last decade. According to the London Stock Exchange's website there were 1694 companies listed on AIM in 2007 and that has fallen almost every year since then. ..

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Pembridge Resources poised to kick off fundraising roadshow with "speed dating" at the Mint Leaf - sources

Monday, 1 May 2017, 2:25 pm

Pembridge Resources, the AIM-listed company formerly known as China Africa Resources, is expected to launch its fundraising roadshaw tomorrow.

And little old Betaville understands David Linsley, the company's newish chief executive, has introduced a rather novel format for the roadshow...

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China Africa Resources to scotch reverse takeover speculation by launch as an investment company - sources - part 2

Friday, 7 April 2017, 1:58 pm

Oh look: China Africa Resources - now called Pembridge Resources - has effectively confirmed yesterday's jackanory. Click on the link below for all the detail about the move to become an investment company.

http://www.investegate.co.uk/china-africa-res-plc--caf-/rns/change-of-name--registered-address-and--update/201704071120279452B/..

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Revealed: why China Africa Resources changed its name to Pembridge Resources

Tuesday, 14 March 2017, 6:36 pm

To the AIM bulletin boards where investors appear to have got rather excited about China Africa Resources's proposal to change its name to Pembridge Resources.

The move to change the company's name comes after David Linsley - one of the founders of Cross Asset Management (older readers might recall the investment firm was one of first London-based event driven hedge funds set up in the City) - was appointed as chief executive in February...

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