We speak with SYME founder and Chief Executive Officer Alessandro Zamboni, about the rise in the current share price, and what does the future hold for the company short term after the signed business alliance with leading SME Italian fintech marketplace
In this video interview, we asked Alessandro Zamboni ten shareholders question submitted by you the public and he answered every single one.
Here is the list of questions we asked in the video interview
1, Can you provide an indication when the Remarketeer platform is due to be up and running?
2, Does the owner company set up some form of discretionary trust arrangement with Supply Me as beneficial owner that allows Supply Me to take the benefit of the inventory as collateral/security for the issue of the bonds?
3, Is there potential to monetise the same stock twice?
4, Once by the manufacturer when holding the raw materials, and then by the retailer selling on to final customer.
5, ls the MoU with iMass is showing signs of developing into something more concrete. As we know an MoU is merely an understanding on how they will try to cooperate with each other without any obligations. How will this benefit SYME moving forward?
6, How are they are pushing the business into the limelight to improve visibility for potential clients.
7, Why are there so many shares in issue compared to other companies it’s size?
8, How many companies are you currently able to onboard at one time? Do you have a target number in mind to aim for per quarter in terms of capability to onboard?
9, When will you announce partnership with the Italian banks? When are the UK pilot results announced?
10, When will confirmation be coming in the form of an RNS update, regarding safe harbour Italian banks etc
11, Dependent on the success of the current pilots particular in the USA, what sort of time frame could we expect customer /partnership’s to be announced?
Supply@Me signs business alliance with leading SME Italian fintech marketplace
Supply@ME Capital plc, the innovative fintech platform which provides inventory monetisation services to European manufacturing and trading companies, is pleased to announce that it has signed a formal business alliance with Epic SIM (“Epic”) for inventory funding and client company origination.
Epic is an investment company (known as a SIM in Italy) which is regulated by Consob (the Italian Securities Commission) and the Bank of Italy and is authorised in France, UK, Germany, Spain, Finland, Sweden and Luxembourg.
Alessandro Zamboni commented “we are pleased to announce this cooperation with the leading SME Italian fintech marketplace. Epic is more than an Intermediary or a Bank. By virtue of the standing and reputation of its management, Epic builds a unique digital environment where investors can find new asset classes and SMEs can raise capital through alternative solutions. This is a great place for us to deliver our inventory monetisation service”
Supply@ME has reached a new milestone in relation to its business plan goals and the strategic pillars related to the development of a multi-channel funding strategy and the scalability of its inventory monetisation services.
The Company expects to make further announcements shortly in relation to the inventory funding process and client companies origination within the SYME hubs of Italy, the UK, the Middle-East and the US (where a feasibility study has recently commenced).
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