News and Views

It’s been a busy start to 2019 for the Corporate & Institutional Broking team at WHIreland and we are delighted to have supported a number of fundraises, as well as continuing to act as trusted advisers to our 81 quoted clients.

Advisory

 

NOMAD and Financial Adviser to Polemos plc in respect of its acquisitions of Digitalbox Publishing (Holdings) Limited, which constitutes a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules, and Mash Productions Limited. Digitalbox is a digital media business based in the UK, which produces and publishes, through its brand Entertainment Daily, online UK entertainment news covering TV shows, showbiz and celebrity news. Mash Productions, through its brand Daily Mash, produces and publishes online satire spoof news articles. Both acquisitions generate revenue from the sale of advertising slots in and around the content they publish.

 

Rule 3 Adviser to NetScientific Plc for its formal sales process and financial adviser in respect of its circular to shareholders concerning the adoption of a new business model. NetScientific is a transatlantic healthcare IP commercialisation group.

Placings

 

NOMAD and Sole Broker to Pennant International Group plc, which provides technical training solutions globally to engineers in defence and regulated civilian sectors, in respect to its fundraise of £1.8m principally to acquire Aviation Skills Partnership Limited.

 

 

Sole Broker to Angus Energy plc, an independent onshore oil and gas production and development company, in respect of a £2.2m placing for capital restructuring and work programmes.

 

NOMAD and Sole Broker to Malvern International plc for a £600k fundraise. Malvern is a global learning and skills development partner preparing learners to meet the demands of a professional life.

 

NOMAD and Joint Broker to Immotion Group plc, the UK-based immersive virtual reality ‘Out of Home’ entertainment business, in relation to its £3.3m fundraise which will be used to accelerate the Company’s growth plans.

Private

Introducer to an undisclosed £5m private equity fundraise.