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28Nov16 07:00 RNS Audited results for the year ended 31 August 2016
15Nov16 04:33 RNS Refinancing of existing loan
06Oct16 12:08 RNS Final Earn-Out Transfer and Issue of Equity
19Sep16 07:00 RNS Trading Statement
31Aug16 08:21 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
31Aug16 08:17 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
31Aug16 08:08 RNS Completion of Acquisitions
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AIM Journal

  • 15 Aug 16

Australian fintech company ThinkSmart Ltd intends to switch its quotation from ASX to AIM. This is the culmination of a strategic review started nearly a year ago. Henderson is subscribing for £5m-worth of shares at 25p (A$0.44) each in a pre-flotation placing at a premium to the ASX market price, which will give the fund manager 17% of the enlarged share capital. ThinkSmart requires regulatory approvals and a ruling from the Australian Taxation Office in order to go ahead with the transfer of quotation. Shareholders will also have to agree to the move. The introduction to AIM is expected to happen in early November, following a tender offer for up to 10 million shares. The cash raised from Henderson will be used to develop the business but it will also help to finance the tender offer, which will be at an indicative share price range of A$0.38 to A$0.55. ThinkSmart provides digital, paperless and retail point of sale finance services via its SmartCheck technology. Dixons Carphone Group subsidiary Dixons Retail is a major customer and the relationship goes back 13 years. Together they have developed a leasefinance package called Upgrade Anytime, which enables customers to upgrade to the latest computer and consumer electronics equipment. A contract has recently been won with the Carphone Warehouse subsidiary. Although ThinkSmart is based in Western Australia it also has an office in Manchester.