Mirada – “confident” expected revenues from contracts to see all debts satisfied as they fall due… so what price a loan facility?

By Steve Moore | Thursday 8 March 2018

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Previously writing on digital tv technology company Mirada (MIRA) in December I noted net debt of $7.6 million and that some improvement is going to be needed to turn around the balance sheet. The company has now announced that it “has entered into a secured one-year loan facility for up to £3 million... The directors are confident that as a result of its pipeline of potential new customer contracts and the expected revenues from its recently won contracts now being implemented, the company's cashflow position will improve and it will be able to satisfy all debts as they fall due”. Hmmm…

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