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  • Tiger Annual Report 2013 by John Henry Payne
    Thu, 05 Jun 2014 18:21:00 GMT

    I now see that a report was published on May 29.
    Seems to be a lot about 'conflicts of interest' and shareholder value, and a lot of waffle about global financial conditions over the past few years.
    The directors seem to be doing fine. By John Henry Payne
  • Tiger by John Henry Payne
    Thu, 05 Jun 2014 17:34:00 GMT

    Are we due an annual report here ?
    Is there any point holding, as it seems that the company is simply - even more than from the start - run for the benefit of the directors.
    I believe they changed the terms sometime last year so that the directors personally invested in new opportunities. Where does that leave PIs, left with the remnants of the buy out ? By John Henry Payne
  • Re: Xtract Energy by Johandesilva
    Thu, 09 Jan 2014 16:42:00 GMT

    "It's the directors of Tiger that hold the shares in XTR...Colin Bird etc etc"
    nodger69 on the XTR BB
    By Johandesilva
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  • Re: Xtract Energy by Johandesilva
    Sun, 15 Dec 2013 20:50:00 GMT

    I conclude Tiger do NOT hold any shares in XTR and the instruments are reporting this incorreclyt and this could well be trading anywhere relative to NAV being reported all year. Be very very very careful. By Johandesilva
  • Re: Xtract Energy by Johandesilva
    Sun, 15 Dec 2013 20:41:00 GMT

    XTR not in June 2013 report so I am confuced
    link By Johandesilva
  • Re: Xtract Energy by Johandesilva
    Sun, 15 Dec 2013 20:38:00 GMT

    Fishy that it is not in the XTR website:
    link By Johandesilva
  • Xtract Energy by oliversydney
    Wed, 12 Jun 2013 10:07:00 GMT

    good news for Tiger with share price today of 0.33 their investment of 345 million shares costing 150K now valued at 1.1 million and not reflected in Tiger share price By oliversydney
  • Get your money MOVING ? by dickie3times
    Tue, 29 Nov 2011 22:52:00 GMT

    ....In the right direction, DYOR, BUT HAVE A LOOK AT THIS BUNCH OF BEAUTIES...?

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    Any gas from the field will be sold in to Slovenia initially, though there may be export possibilities.
    House broker finnCap said today’s announcement underpins future redevelopment of the field.
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  • LRM- Bulford tip... by dickie3times
    Wed, 09 Nov 2011 12:47:00 GMT

    This stock is coming on to the markets attention ,fast..have a look...d3t

    Hybridan's Small Cap Wrap
    By Hybridan | Mon, 07/11/2011 - 00:00


    Lombard Risk Management (LRM) [10.38P/£21.47 million]

    The AIM-listed global software company presented its results for the six months ended 30 September 2011. John Wisbey (CEO) and Paul Tuson (CFO) presented the results. The directors believe that the company is the number one in UK bank regulatory reporting. Its new technology in the Bank Regulator reporting solution has had a very good client reaction and is believed to be ahead of its competitors.

    The group's IP is a major corporate asset and the company has been generating strong revenue (£6.4 million now and £5.8 million in 2010), profits (pre-tax profit £1.8 million in 2011 and £0.2 million in 2010) and cash (net cash at period end was £1.3 million in both years). There is a high level of recurring revenues.

    There are over 200 staff in five countries - major centres in London and Shanghai. Wisbey said that most of the staff members were in China, which meant lower costs for the company as the salaries in China are around 30% of those paid to UK staff members.

    Many contracts have been won by the company this year - COLLINE with two Tier 1 banks and several others. There has been a global increase in demand for risk management software, so Lombard should continue to benefit.
    By dickie3times
  • Re: Share buy back offer by twobeers
    Tue, 18 Oct 2011 21:27:00 GMT

    Account credited today and still got about 7% of my previous holding. Was quoted 2.58p to buy this afternoon but holding cash for the time being. By twobeers
  • Re: Share buy back offer by twobeers
    Fri, 07 Oct 2011 10:46:00 GMT

    3.75p looks good given latest NAV. I may have a small remnant here unless my nominee service got their sale in full.

    Dominion (farm-out) and Nautical (Kraken update) could be interesting and a couple of others I believe are undervalued, deciding whether to re-invest here or top them up directly. By twobeers
  • Re: Share buy back offer by The Crazy Russian
    Fri, 23 Sep 2011 13:09:00 GMT

    yes...

    or yopu could just imagine that once he own 45%+ the company will disappear out of AIM and become even more of a closed shop itro trading
    which below AIM is increasingly difficult...

    who knows

    but I got caught by these guys with Minmet
    so despite being in since the IPO under EIS I have now decided enough is enough

    leopards dont often change their spots By The Crazy Russian
  • Re: Share buy back offer by PeakOil
    Fri, 23 Sep 2011 11:36:00 GMT

    so the statement says they are hoping to bring the share price closer to the value of the company ... and also to raise capital to invest in others that have seen their value fall below what is felt is their true value.

    i could sell and look for opportunities ... or stay and let them look for opportunities. If i sell part of my holding it will release some cash at a price which could be a peak for some time before and possibly after ... but knowing myself i probably would stay out of the market.

    Not an easy decision ... sell and say good ridance ... stay and gamble on the management who are stating their intention to do something and backing that intention with actions like this ... sell part and forget the rest at the bottom of the drawer ... i guess it depends on your risk nature ... mine is favouring the last option ... sell part and forget the rest.

    look forward to your opinions. By PeakOil
  • Re: Share buy back offer by twobeers
    Sat, 10 Sep 2011 11:59:00 GMT

    All IMO and subject to calculation errors, taxation implications etc but hope this helps.

    The tender seems like a good deal, selling for 0.7p over the share price without dealing costs. If you don't tender I think the NAV will increase slightly, example below.

    3.75p offer price against 4p last known NAV means every share tendered adds 0.25p to the total remaining NAV. If 25% of shares (easier maths than 28.97%) are tendered this means the remaining NAV/share would increase from 4p to 4.08p?

    I am tempted to tender my entire holding, aiming for a sale above market price without dealing costs. Then repurchase a larger holding for a similar cost unless the NAV discount has closed, in which case I'd either remain out or just keep whatever wasn't accepted in the tender. By twobeers
  • Re: Share buy back offer by The Crazy Russian
    Fri, 09 Sep 2011 16:14:00 GMT

    I have been waiting for views from those of you who know better than me!

    I only just recd the email re my 'nominee' holdings but got the 'book offer' at least a week ago iro my EIS holding which remains in cert form
    (i was told that to get it into nominee acct would cause it to be technically a 'sell' and i would lose the EIS status

    i didnt see that bit about being part divi
    that makes a difference! By The Crazy Russian
  • Tiger and current market conditions by TheGreatGatsby
    Tue, 07 Jan 2014 04:22:50 GMT

    Isn't this stock just a company whereby its main shareholders/management use to go fishing for better opportunities for themselves? With such a small amount of money under management does this stock make sense? Look at their portfolio - must be challenge here - do they sell out of some of these stocks before the companies becomes shells and heavy dilution follows?? The only way I see in getting some life back into this fund is to sell out of the underperforming stocks rather than wait for them to be shells and look for some better investments. More downside to come in my view but if they start to sell off stocks that haven't performed could present a buying opportunity.
  • Annual Admin Expense by jollyspeculator
    Sun, 03 Feb 2013 16:11:44 GMT

    Administrative expenses (196,389) (207,143) (374,599) Total Investments 3,527,991 (Extracts from interims - pls check) so over 10% pa!!!!! DYOR, but that is imv...on the high side relative to funds managing positions in quoted companies (incl AAL & BP fffs) Opinion only/Not Investment Advice
  • Why not a bigger reaction to by jollyspeculator
    Sun, 03 Feb 2013 15:55:46 GMT

    NEW sp crash? DYOR/Opinion Only/Not Investment Advice
  • RNS by watchya
    Thu, 27 Sep 2012 12:24:29 GMT

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  • Posted by Limited on PRS Board by MJ84
    Tue, 28 Aug 2012 09:36:24 GMT

    TIMES NEWSPAPER "Tiddler to watch" "Tiger resource finance run by Bruce Rowan, an Australian with a big reputation for backing smaller companies, jumped 13.3% to 2.125p after making its first investment since revising its mandate in May to take in natural resource companies. Tiger took 29.9% of Xtract Energy, a third easier at 0.26p, for 330,000 pounds." Investment now worth 689,655,172 @ 0.23p = £1,586,206, circa 1.15p per share added to the value of the company.
  • weekend times news paper by kpco
    Tue, 28 Aug 2012 08:45:26 GMT

    Re Saturday Times Tiger Resources tipped as " Tiddler to Watch " !!!
  • Knigelk by MJ84
    Fri, 24 Aug 2012 10:37:10 GMT

    With only about 138mill shares this only needs a little bit of buying volume and it moves fast. Should be easily over 3p on todays news. Massive uplift to their NAV.
  • XTR by KNIGELK
    Fri, 24 Aug 2012 10:14:12 GMT

    XTR share price is falling and likely to fall further once the extra shares are in issue..however tiger are definitely going to have a bargain investing at 0.045p imo..
  • TIR by MJ84
    Fri, 24 Aug 2012 09:04:23 GMT

    Portfolio value at 30th June 2012 £2,726,463 Cash at 30th June 2012 £1,680,498 TOTAL £4,406,961 Say they invested £250,000 in XTR, now worth about £1,500,000 TOTAL VALUE almost £6,000,000 = 4.33p per share
  • TIR by MJ84
    Fri, 24 Aug 2012 08:57:34 GMT

    They have already 6 bagged on the investment AND they are at a discount to NAV.
  • Extracting the investment! by GedW
    Fri, 24 Aug 2012 07:10:19 GMT

    The Company notes the announcement made by Xtract Energy Plc XTR this morning and can confirm that it has agreed to make an equity investment in Xtract on the terms set out therein. This will mark the first pro-active investment by Tiger since its new investing policy was approved by shareholders at the annual general meeting held on 19 June 2012.
  • TIR by mulledwine
    Thu, 07 Jul 2011 08:00:27 GMT

    Readers may recall that Was Shakoor and I challenged the management of Tiger Resource Finance (TIR) very vociferously at the AGM about a fortnight ago. I am delighted to say that the board has announced that they will, at last, return material cash to shareholders. It is too early to cheer since we have not yet seen how they will behave in practice. But it is a start. Above is an extract from EK diaries dated 04/07/11
  • TIR by mulledwine
    Fri, 01 Jul 2011 10:58:18 GMT

    Statement re potential return of capital Tiger Resource Finance Plc ("the Company" or "Tiger") announces that its board of directors (the "Board") is currently considering a return of capital to shareholders. The Board is of the opinion that market conditions have dictated that the price of the Company's shares do not reflect the underlying value of the Company's investments and cash. In order to align the market value with the net asset value of the Company, the Board is assessing a return of capital to shareholders from Tiger's distributable reserves. A further announcement regarding this proposed transaction will be made in due course.
  • TIR by mulledwine
    Fri, 01 Jul 2011 10:57:52 GMT

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  • tir by gige
    Wed, 25 May 2011 11:55:32 GMT

    How came there is nobody here , strange a share trades at a discount