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.
We are delighted to be included in Lord Lee’s latest article in the Financial Times highlighting Duke as one of his newest investments:
‘Current financial pressures on business are providing an increased flow of opportunities for Duke, enabling the group to selectively make perhaps four new investments a year. I expect both companies to grow over the medium term.’
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(Sharecast News) – Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty has entered into a £6.2m royalty financing agreement with Meteor HoldCo, it announced on Tuesday, which undertakes business as Fabrikat.
The AIM-traded firm said Fabrikat, formed in 1985 and based in Sutton-in-Ashfield, is a fabricator of steel products supplying the UK street lighting and guardrail markets.
Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty updated the market on its trading and operations on Thursday, reporting cash revenue for the third quarter of £4.2m, representing a record quarter of cash revenue generation for Duke. The AIM-traded firm said that, within that £4.2m, £1.7m related to the receipt of the redemption premium generated from the exit of Welltel in December.