British going-private candidate

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British going-private candidate

19 March 2024

The company featured in this exclusive report had a bad start when it listed over a decade ago. It failed all its targets, and the stock temporarily lost over 90% of its value.

Over the past few years, the company:

  • Replaced its leadership team.
  • Raised fresh capital.
  • Took over its largest rival.

Hardly anyone has noticed it yet, but it's now in a much-improved position:

  • Break-even achieved in 2023.
  • Growth accelerated to >20% p.a.
  • A clear path towards future growth and profitability.

This is a stock that belongs to a small, highly specialised group of companies around the world that are all directly comparable – a family of companies, so to speak. A similar company in this sector got taken out by a bid a while ago, earning its shareholders nearly three times the price compared to where the stock traded a year earlier.

The major shareholders of today's featured company have a clear financial incentive to take it private, before selling it onwards to a larger firm. For such a going-private bid to succeed, it probably needs to be 50-100% above the current price.

If the company in question doesn't go private and remains listed, it will probably be driven upwards by its newfound success. It's no longer a turnaround but a veritable growth story.

The main downside? Limited trading liquidity, due to a market cap of just about GBP 100m (USD 120m).

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