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CSE, COPPER STRIKE LTD
blacksheep
post Posted: Jan 2 2019, 08:50 PM
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Seems CSE Non Executive Director Harry Hatch is in a spot of bother with the ATO

ATO battens down Harry Hatch - The Australian
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Dec 22, 2018 - The tax office has hit veteran Melbourne investor Harry Hatch with an order freezing assets worth up to $50 million including bank accounts,




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blacksheep
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 23 2017, 06:34 PM

SYR up considerably in recent days. If you believe Balama will dominate the graphite space, CSE is a major shareholder of SYR.

CSE's SP currently 28c with little trading taking place - 5k volume - $1,400 value
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blacksheep
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Jul 27 2017, 02:21 PM

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In view of the MPO/Keybridge Capital Ltd/Aurora Funds Management (acquired by Keybridge/Nic Bolton of previous BrisConnect fame move), I asked the question back in 2015 what Bolton and his Funds were doing buying into CSE. Bolton is know for his activism in acquiring companies.


Keybridge continues to accumulate by looks of things - begs question why. Only asset that CSE has is 12 mil odd shares in SYR. Other than that, they do nothing

Previously held - 10,224,266 shares, or 9.569%
Further acquisitions during Sept/October 2017 they now hold - 12,381,516, or 11.588%
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blacksheep
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Sep 12 2017, 02:00 PM

Odd CSE have taken these steps, at this time, to take up their entitlement in SYR. If I recall correctly, CSE has not participated previously. Gives them a total of 12 mil shares. CSE is headed by several colleagues/friends of the former SYR CEO, Tolga Kumova - Harry Hatch, Brendan Jessar of BW Equities and Mark Hanlon. I made this post on another forum in March this year, and as I said back then - "A bit of a wild theory all just IMHO, but you never know!" - or maybe they simply see value in buying a few more shares smile.gif

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CSE is an interesting "beast".

Apart from the 11 mil shares it holds in SYR, and the shares in STA, it doesn't do much, lol.

I've been wondering for a while now, whether or not they could make a move on SYR - particularly with the sudden departure/removal (was it really amicable?) of TK from SYR - TK holds some 14.6 mil shares, Harry Hatch held around 4.4 mil SYR shares and Mark Hanlon's Buprestid 1.9 mil SYR shares (all according to 2015 annual report) - all together that's around 32 mil SYR shares - near enough to 14%. Wouldn't take much more to gain another 5% odd to get a couple of seats on the board - could be a couple of disgruntled insto's watching their SYR investment going down/not happy with current management tossing their s/h into the mix, or a bit more buying during recent lows - even by shorting - by one or more of the holders?

Harry Hatch was a seed investor in SYR and previously held around 10.6 m SYR shares.

A bit of a wild theory all just IMHO, but you never know!


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Copper Strike Limited (“Copper Strike” or the “Company”) is pleased to advise that it
has taken up 100% of its retail entitlement in the Syrah Resources pro-rata accelerated
Non-Renounceable Entitlement Offer as announced by Syrah on 19 September 2017.
The entitlement is 1,047,619 new shares.

In order to fund this take-up, the Company has entered into a Loan Agreement whereby
the Company will receive an initial advance of $3.55million with the loan to be secured
by the provision of 1,800,000 Syrah shares by way of security to fund the participation
in the Syrah Entitlement Offer. A further advance will occur this week which covers
payment of interest and fees for the term of the loan.

A summary of the material terms of the loan are as follows:
- Initial Advance: $3,550,000
- Repayment Date: 2 years
- Interest Rate: 2.99%
- Origination Fee 2.50%
- Initially Secured Syrah Shares: 1,800,000

Copper Strike believes that the share price of Syrah has considerable potential upside,
and as such this decision has been made in line with the Directors view that it is in the
best interests of the Company to increase this investment supported by a moderate
amount of gearing.


SYR SP going down, while CSE's is going up - albeit on low vloumes
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CSE's SP following SYR's up - currently 29.5c/share.

CSE own 11 mil SYR shares - pretty much all they do. Very illiquid, so not a trading stock. Most of the buying being done by director - Harry Hatch - who owns some 22 mil shares
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In view of the MPO/Keybridge Capital Ltd/Aurora Funds Management (acquired by Keybridge/Nic Bolton of previous BrisConnect fame move), I asked the question back in 2015 what Bolton and his Funds were doing buying into CSE. Bolton is know for his activism in acquiring companies.

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The thought had crossed my mind as well that someone could have their sights set on SYR, with that recently raised $211 million in the bank, by acquiring a slice of SYR via a backdoor. CSE doesn't have anything else on the boil, other than 11 million SYR shares, and at 22c it's a cheap way of getting a foot in the door


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I just had a quick look at a couple of SYR's latest Substantial Holder forms and Aurora Funds Management Limited appears on the the 19/8/2015 return under Appendix A-1 Prime Brokerage Agreement - UBS AG Australia Branch.

Aurora Funds Management was acquired by Keybridge/Bolton.

Doesn't say how many shares, but must be under 5%

http://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20150819/pdf/430lrwv9jfdswh.pdf


From CSE's recent ann Aurora Funds Management decreased their s/h from 12,005,600 11.24% to 9,372,186 8.77% - the difference appears to be - "On 30 June 2016, Keybridge sold all of the shares in its wholly-owned subsidiary, AFML, to Seventh Orion ". See below the relationship of Seven Orion - it's taken from the Takeovers Panel argument dated 30/6/17.

So Bolton still appears to have in control of the CSE 11.24% - I'm still wondering why.


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Background
On 30 June 2016, Keybridge sold Aurora to Seventh Orion Pty Ltd (Seventh Orion) as trustee of the Aurora Investments Unit Trust.

Since the sale of Aurora, Keybridge has increased its relevant interest in Molopo from 18.48% to 19.95% and Aurora1 has increased its relevant interest in Molopo from approximately 1.88% to 17.92%.

On 13 March 2017, Keybridge requisitioned a meeting of Molopo shareholders to consider resolutions to replace the Molopo board with three new directors nominated by Keybridge2 Aurora also nominated one director for appointment.

Mr Nicholas Bolton was previously the managing director of Keybridge3 and is now a consultant to Keybridge. Mr John Patton is the chairman, and a part-time executive, of Keybridge, a director of Seventh Orion and the managing director of Aurora.

There are a number of other structural links between Mr Bolton, Mr Patton, Keybridge and Aurora. Some are described in the declaration.

The Panel considered that Mr Bolton has knowledge of, and the capacity to influence substantively, the investment strategies of both Keybridge and Aurora in relation to Molopo. He has used this capacity to influence or orchestrate strategies and actions at Keybridge and Aurora that have as their ultimate aim control of Molopo and access to Molopo's cash. The boards of directors of Keybridge and Aurora were aware of this and agreed to, or at least acquiesced in, those strategies and actions.

Accordingly, the Panel considered that by no later than 26 October 2016 Keybridge and Aurora were associated in relation to Molopo and have contravened section 6064 and the substantial holder notice provisions.

Further or in the alternative, the Panel agreed with the initial Panel that the actions of Mr Bolton and Mr Patton otherwise gave rise to unacceptable circumstances in relation to the affairs of Molopo from no later than 10 August 2016.

The Panel did not consider it against the public interest to make the declaration, and in making it had regard to the matters in section 657A(3).






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melua
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In Reply To: mercury's post @ Jan 5 2015, 10:35 AM

Hi merc,

Sorry just came across this thread. No I don't hold CSE anymore. For some reason, CSE always traded at a discount to their intrinsic value. Frustrating stock. SYR now $1B valuation and TON in administration. MTA on strike with SYR's deposit yet market cap $10M. Amazing times in graphite.

 
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Oct 3 2014, 08:15 PM

Melua,

As you consider the MC of Syria far too high , and the value of CSE 's SYR shares would be lower than 23cts should the price of SYR go to $1.50.....how do you view CSE now? Do you even still hold them?




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melua
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In Reply To: melua's post @ Jul 14 2014, 03:57 PM

23.5c was just too cheap to ignore. Had to add a few more to the portfolio.

 
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In Reply To: Dobie's post @ Jul 14 2014, 12:38 PM

Article in The Australian this morning.

 
 


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