Venue: Forest of Arden Marriot Hotel, Maxstoke Lane, Meriden, Birmingham.
Regency Mines (LON:RGM) seeks to develop a large and profitable natural resource enterprise with diverse revenue streams and significant potential for capital growth and share price appreciation.
Regency Mines plc follows a long-term corporate strategy designed to create and realize value for shareholders throughout all phases of the commodity cycle. Regency employs its financial and technical skills to identify and develop natural resource projects and investments with attractive risk weighted return profiles.
These may include early stage exploration projects as well as more mature investments with near-cash flow potential.
This latest private rent deal will unlock £400 million of development and will grow the amount of good quality rental homes.
A new multi-million pound deal to boost housing in key cities will provide more than 2,000 homes for private rent and create thousands of jobs, Housing Minister Gavin Barwell announced today (1 December 2016).
This latest private rent deal will unlock £400 million of development, under the government’s programme to increase investment in purpose built rental properties, and will grow the amount of good quality rental homes in Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham.
The project is one of the largest private rental sector investments in the UK and will receive £45 million funding from the government’s new Home Building Fund ─ which makes money available to help kick-start new development and housebuilding.
This is one of a series of documentaries produced by Tech City News. This documentary was produced in partnership with Cisco and focuses on the growing tech scene in Manchester.
Manchester may not be the first city that springs to mind when you think of the world’s tech hubs, but tech activity in the city is really heating up. A number of successful technology companies are based in Manchester, including accommodation booking site LateRooms, fashion e-tailer BooHoo.com and e-commerce site Auto Trader.
Estimates put the number of people directly employed in the city of Manchester’s digital and creative sector at around 52,000, with the number employed in this sector across the whole of Greater Manchester being around 63,000.
We visited the city to speak to some of those involved in the tech scene to find out more. First up, we headed to Manchester Science Partnerships’ Central Campus – home to over 170 companies in the life science, health tech, bio tech, ICT and digital and creative sectors.
BOS GLOBAL is a software company focussed on creating enterprise productivity solutions for the global workforce market. It does this through a blending of business process automation, intelligence gathering and advanced analytics to drive efficient business practices and workplace engagement.
Commencing business in the Year 2000 as a sales and sales consulting company to over 200 clients comprising technology entrepreneurs, public and private sector organizations and large global corporate clients in Australia, Asia, UK, Europe and North America. Since 2014, BOS GLOBAL has invested in the development of business software products – targeting productivity, knowledge and governance practices of knowledge workers.
BOS GLOBAL Holdings Limited is a LSE AIM listed company incorporated in Australia, operating from offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Plans are well underway to increase its representation, with offices in North America, Asia and Europe.
Today Share Talk spoke to Michael Travia of BOS Global Holdings. We talk about the history of the team and the new business friendly technology about to be launched. We uncover key information about the interface and usability of their unique business software.
In our new series, Making Money, we’ll talk to entrepreneurs, business leaders and celebrities about how they made their fortunes. In the first of our Q&As, we catch up with one of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs, and prophet of the financial markets: Jim Mellon.
A Sunday Times Rich List stalwart, Mellon is well known for his views on ‘disruptive technology’, and opportunities in bioscience which he sees as being the winning investment sector of the future. In this interview he reveals his earliest financial ambitions, how his background shaped his attitudes and led him on the road to being a multi-millionaire. The entrepreneur also offers clear advice as to how we can all emulate his success.
Regency Mines plc (“the Company” or “Regency”) is a small cap natural resource exploration and development listed company on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM: RGM) of the London Stock Exchange ltd in London.
Founded in 2004 and listed in London in 2005 Regency fields an experienced management team with deep natural resource, finance and transactional expertise.
Regency recently present at the Share Talk Birmingham Mining event – please click below to see their latest presentation.
Welcome to the 34th SHARE TALK’s CONKERS’ CORNER. Recorded 25th October 2016. In this interview I have the pleasure of speaking with @themarketsniper Francis D Hunt, Blogger, Trader, Technical Analyst, Coach and Teacher of Trading.
Francis grew up in South Africa. His parents inherited some money which they reinvested into Unit Trusts during the 1980’s.
They would check the prices of their investments in the newspaper regularly and this piqued Francis’s interest in investing when he was around 16 years of age. As his parents often discussed how prices had increased and decreased, “the principle of investing grabbed him early”. Francis acknowledged even at a young age that his parents were making money passively. Francis quickly graduated to shares. Francis went into the South African Army in 1987 as part of the compulsory intake. He took all the savings he had and “lumped them into the stock market” just in time to be hit hard by the 35% market capitulation of October 1987. However because he was away with the Army for two years, he had no need for money. This enabled his portfolio to participate in the market’s strong rebound over the next two years.
One of the oil world’s longest and best kept secrets may finally be revealed. Saudi Arabia is preparing to unveil how much oil it holds, a closely guarded state secret that has been kept quiet for decades.
The decision to bring such important data to light comes as Saudi Aramco is preparing to partially privatize its assets, an IPO that could bring in some $100 billion. The IPO will be a monumental event, one that the Wall Street Journal says could offer Wall Street some of the largest fees in history.
Saudi Arabia often trades off with Russia – and more recently, with the U.S. – as the world’s largest oil producer. But while it produces at similar levels as Russia and the U.S., it is long been a vastly more influential player in the oil world. That is because of two reasons – the size of its reserves, and the ability to use latent spare capacity to quickly adjust supply, affording it an outsized influence on crude oil prices.
But while everyone believes Saudi Arabia has some of the largest oil reserves in the world, perhaps rivaled only by Venezuela, there has been a lot of uncertainty and skepticism over exactly how much sits beneath the Saudi desert.