Keyword results: covenant breach

TRX
TRX

Tissue Regenix – a further nightmare for shareholders including (natch) Neil Woodford investors…

Last month I noted on Tissue Regenix (TRX), the nightmare continues for Neil Woodford investors! – that with the company updating “revenue for 2019 will be below current market consensus by approximately 15% to 20%, with a corresponding reduction in margin impacting EBITDA” and I noting the recent results showed it heavily loss-making with net cash down to £4.3 million and near the top of the shareholders list was Woodford Investment Management (before stock transfer as it goes to toast – the latest notification showing Link Fund Solutions with 19.98%)! Now “Update in relation to loan facility”

GMS
GMS

Gulf Marine Services – from late May “improving pipeline of opportunities” to now “disappointed to reset guidance for 2019”!

Previously writing on Gulf Marine Services (GMS), in December I noted warns but argues there will be longer-term improvement; It’s got to be around for that first though! – concluding still bargepole / sell as the shares slumped below 10p. Today a “Corporate & Board Update”

Carillion – follows July’s with another material profit warning, dilution extraordinaire ahoy?

Carillion (CLLN) topped the top shorted London-listed shares at the start of 2017 (recent performance update HERE) and remained so in our Autumn update HERE. Having commenced the year above 235p, the shares had slid below 200p before a July profit warning, business review and Chief Executive “stepped down” announcement. They are currently down from above 40p to below 30p today on the back of an “Update” announcement…

TCM
TCM

Telit Communications – how much of a cash guzzler is GainSpan?

In the piss poor results for the six months to 30 June 2017, Telit (TCM) highlighted that it had purchased GainSpan and provided the following rather limited commentary on its contribution to the interim results:

TCM
TCM

Telit Communications: what the bears saw, it's about the balance sheet stupid

After my earlier story about the covenant breach which is, I am increasingly sure, a smoking gun, I explore some trends shown by the financial statements of Telit Communications (TCM) that may have been some the red flags that resulted in hedge funds making Telit the most heavily shorted AIM company - this is all about the balance sheet. It also highlights why some type of fund raise, equity or debt, was almost inevitable in May - without it the lights would have been switched off by now.

The People's Operator – “Make a call, make a change”… shareholders make a loss…

“The People's Operator (TPOP), the cause-based commercial mobile virtual network operator, is pleased to announce its full year results for the period ended 31 December 2016”. Hmmm, these being announced approaching six months after the year-end – rarely a good sign…

KBT
KBT

K3 Business Technology – following profit warning last month… fundraising to avert cash crunch ahoy

K3 Business Technology (KBT) has announced a 140p per share conditional placing to raise a gross £7.5 million and an associated open offer to raise up to £1 million, with October-commenced CEO Adalsteinn Valdimarsson emphasising this as it “enables us to operate with full flexibility as we make strategic decisions”. This following recently another profit warning. Hmmm…

VLK
VLK

Vislink – half-year results, TIMBERRR!

July profit warning meant results for the first half of 2016 from Vislink (VLK) were not going to be good but, on revenue 15% lower than in the corresponding 2015 period, at £22.6 million, a loss of £32.8 million!?! And there’s worse…

UBI
UBI

Ubisense – it’s so long, farewell, Auf Weidersehen, goodbye... to CEO Richard Green & his “performance payments”

Previously on Ubisense Group (UBI), I reviewed a November profit warning and noted an idea where the “further cost actions” can start – see HERE. That was with the shares then at 66p. With them now at 29p, an announcement from the company begins with “that it is to expand the remit of its chairman, Peter Harverson, to become executive chairman with immediate effect”. Hmmm, why’s that then?

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