Black Marble Securities Limited 貝格隆証券有限公司

Time2U's time to FU
How much damage can a HK main board company do to its share price within the first year of listing? Try 79.6%, with two full-sized placings under the generous general mandate, one of them at a discount to net cash per share, neither of which was necessary. For Time2U (1327) one year was time enough. (25-Jan-2016)
Bubbles and troubles in Hong Kong
Pour yourself a coffee and digest this long article as we investigate several ongoing abusive "open offers" and placings as well as show you who's been making out in multi-billion-dollar bubbles. We call on regulators and rule-makers to take action. (24-Sep-2015)
China Jicheng (1027) may be preparing for a placing
We note that 1.5bn shares (10%) of China Jicheng were deposited into CCASS on 17-Sep-2015, via Black Marble Securities. These can only be from Chairman Huang Wenji. Shares must be in CCASS to be tradable, so this may be a preparation for a top-up placing. Click the link to see CCASS movements. The stock is in a bubble, at 106x NAV last night, up 64x since the IPO. Black Marble is owned by Lerado (1225). (23-Sep-2015)
Gold Tat (8266) completes placing via Black Marble SecuritiesCCASS changes
Company announcement, 4-Sep-2015
We see that of the 447m shares, 360m were deposited with Black Marble Securities and 87m with Win Fung Securities. Black Marble is owned by Lerado (1225).
Time2U (1327) blows general mandate in 20% placing 6 months after IPOSettlements
Company announcement, 5-Aug-2015
The placing via Black Marble Securities is at $0.40, compared with the IPO price of $1.10 and post-IPO NAV of $0.77. The company had no need for cash as it had substantial net cash after the IPO. Update: from settlements on 11-Aug you can see that part of the stock likely went to clients of Emperor Securities, Win Fung Securities and Gransing Securities.
Time2u (1327): 20.80% is deposited into CCASS with Black Marble Securities on 31-Jul-2015
The stock was listed on 30-Jan-2015 so this deposit is the day after the 6-month lock-up on new issues expired; this block of shares must come from the controlling shareholder. (1-Aug-2015)

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