Duke Royalty (LON: DUKE) has produced record results and once it invests the cash raised earlier this year the income should increase significantly. That means that dividends will rise as well.
Innovative finance product for established firms continues to have sector to itself, with £100m tied up in 11 companies
A royalty finance company is exiting mature investments at healthy profits and is making good progress recycling proceeds from a placing into new investee companies.
Manchester-based inTEC Group has confirmed a further acquisition this morning, with Miller Waite.
The move follows a £7.7m royalty funding agreement with Duke Royalty earlier this summer. That deal included additional follow-on funding for more acquisitions.
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.
Is it an end to that old journalistic standby of “that rarity on AIM – a dividend-paying stock”? Probably not but around one in five AIM companies are paying dividends
ALTERNATIVE capital provider Duke Royalty has exited its investment in Irish niche insurer BHPC, which trades as BHP Insurance.
Efficiency Market Theory (EMT) dictates that all publicly available information should be priced into a company’s share price. However, EMT has flaws in my small-cap and micro-cap hunting ground, otherwise I would not be able to regularly flag up market mispricing investment opportunities.
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.