A fund manager that holds a concentrated portfolio of 13 small and micro-cap value investee companies is delivering eye-catching returns this year and looks well set to continue doing so.
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ALTERNATIVE capital provider Duke Royalty has exited its investment in Irish niche insurer BHPC, which trades as BHP Insurance.
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Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty has entered into an CAD 8.3m (£4.8m) royalty financing agreement with Creō-Tech Industrial Group, it announced on Monday.
Manchester-based technology consultancy, inTec Business Solutions, has entered into a £7.7m royalty financing agreement with Duke Royalty.
Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty said on Monday that its first-quarter cash revenue performance had slightly bested internal forecasts. Duke stated cash revenue, being cash distributions from its royalty partners and cash gains from sales of equity assets, totalled £2.9m for the three months ended 30 June, marginally above management’s expectations.
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UK investment group Duke Royalty has exited its investment in Irish firm Berkley Recruitment, generating a 16pc return.
Duke’s investment in Cork-based Berkley was inherited via the UK firm’s acquisition of Capital Step in early 2019.