Posts tagged: Telit Communications

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 21

Tuesday, 26 January 2021, 5:41 pm

If you were wondering why shares in Telit Communications, the Aim-listed 'internet of things' designer, have been so strong since it called of deal talks with Swiss rival U-blox look no further than Dbay, the activist firm led by renowned investor Colin Kingsnorth.

Dbday, which offered 190p for the business in December, just announced it has bought another 3pc of Telit Communications, taking its shareholding up to 21.20pc. Below is the link:..

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 20

Wednesday, 20 January 2021, 8:39 pm

I note that shares in Telit Communications, the Aim-listed 'internet of things' provider, have hardly moved since U-blox pulled out of its offer for the business earlier in the week.

Does anybody else find this strange?

Typically after deal talks are called off the target company's share price drops signficicantly or in some cases collapses by as much as 30pc...

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 19

Friday, 15 January 2021, 8:47 am

So, it would appear the chaps at Dbay weren't the only investors hoovering stock in Telit Communications, the Aim-listed 'internet of things provider' last week.

Richard Griffiths - one of the savviest small cap punters in London market who is also known as the "Welsh Wizard" - also took advantage of last week's shortlived dip in the share price following the company's decision to end talks with U-blox, the Swiss chip group...

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 17

Tuesday, 15 December 2020, 7:54 am

The shenanigans at Telit Communications continue unabated, with Dbay this morning saying it has decided not to make an offer for the 'internet of things' company after all.

Dbay, one of the Aim-listed company's largest shareholders, also said it won't back a 250p a share all stock offer from Switzerland's U-blox, which has also been stalking Telit. Below is the link:..

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 16

Friday, 4 December 2020, 7:48 am

It would appear the chaps over at Dbay are really cranking up the negotiations over Telit Communications, the Aim-listed 'internet of things' company.

Dbay, run by feared activist investor Colin Kingsnorth, has just put out a statement saying it is considering (note the "considering") submitting an offer of £1.90 a share for Telit and that U-blox's all paper £2.50 a share offer isn't worth the paper it is being issued with.

Below is the link:..

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 14

Monday, 9 November 2020, 12:56 pm

DBay advisors has just upped its stake in Telit Communications.

According to regulatory filings DBday now owns just over 15pc of the 'internet of things' designer.

In case you don't recall, DBay is one of the companies that has submitted a takeover approach for Telit Communications.

One presumes the canny investment manager, led by wily Colin Kingsnorth, suspects his firm is likely to face competition for Telit Communications.....

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 12

Monday, 2 November 2020, 3:10 pm

Telit Communications, the Aim-listed internet of things designer, is said to be "in play", with Canadian rival Sierra Wireless, activist investor Dbay and a mystery private equity firm all rumoured to be "actively" circling the business.

People following the situation have heard speculation Sierra Wireless may have already recently offered around 206p a share for Telit...

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Hong Kong tycoon builds near 4pc stake in Telit Communications - Part 4

Thursday, 27 August 2020, 8:16 am

Fresh details have emerged about the backers of Run Liang Tai Management, the secretive Chinese investor that has become Telit Communications largest shareholder.

Sunsea Telecommunications, a Shenzhen-listed 'internet of things' provider in which Run Liang is a large shareholder, is said to have disclosed the Chinese group's financial and strategic backers for the first time.

The investors in Run Liang are listed below:

1. Shanghai Xiyuxiang Investment Company..

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Hong Kong tycoon builds near 4pc stake in Telit Communications - Part 2

Monday, 10 August 2020, 10:21 pm

Dbay has quietly increased its stake in Telit Communications, the internet of things provider that has courted its fair amount of controversy and takeover speculation.

According to recent filings, Dbay - run by ex Laxey Partners value investor Colin Kingsnorth - now owns around 11.57pc of Telit, making it one of the largest shareholders alongside the mysterious Chinese group Run Liang. Below is a link to the relevant RNS:..

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Hong Kong tycoon builds near 4pc stake in controversial Telit Communications

Monday, 27 July 2020, 6:15 pm

The curious goings on at Telit Communications continue unabated.

Betaville hadn't noticed that after Dbay suddenly turned up on the shareholder register with almost 10pc that super secretive Hong Kong-based tycoon Tang Hao had also recently been amassing a 3.4pc shareholding in the 'internet of things' provider through his vehicle Discovery Key Investments...

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Stobart bidder emerges with near 10pc stake in controversial Telit Communications

Monday, 20 July 2020, 7:45 am

For a small company internet-of-things provider Telit Communications certainly gets a lot of attention.

I guess that's to be expected if your former chief executive turns out to be a fugitive on the run from the US authorities and then an unknown Chinese outfit builds a near 16pc shareholding in your business, raising speculation the company is a takeover target for the stakebuilder...

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Griffiths builds big stake in Telit Communications...

Thursday, 17 October 2019, 8:36 am

Is the end game for colourful Telit Communications fast approaching?

Well, there has been talk about interest in a combination with Canada's Sierra Wireless for the last twelve months but so far no formal confirmation has emerged.

Meanwhile, Telit's shareholder register becomes increasingly eclectic, with Richard Griffiths recently declaring he now has a stake of 7.5pc in the "Internet of Things" chip company. Below is the link:..

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 11

Friday, 27 July 2018, 3:45 pm

Sierra Wireless is said to be circling Telit Communications, the Aim-listed Internet of Things device manufacturer.

Sierra Wireless, a Canadian IoT company, is thought to be interested in an all-share combination with Telit and is believed to have informally sounded out some of the company's shareholders about a deal, said sources claiming to be familiar with the matter...

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - Part 9

Tuesday, 10 July 2018, 2:10 pm

Telit Communications, the London-listed internet of things provider, has promoted a senior executive to head a new automotive business unit, signalling the company is close to selling the division to a potential buyer for between £100 million and £150 million.

Dirk Reimer, previously a vice president, has just been made managing director of Telit's new integrated automotive division, said sources claiming to be familiar with the matter...

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - part 6

Friday, 22 June 2018, 9:09 am

The mysterious Chinese company that has built a sizeable shareholding in Telit Communications has increased its stake in the business, raising speculation it is getting closer to making an offer for some or all of the business.

This morning Run Liang Tai Management disclosed it has increased its stake to 15.2pc from 14pc on the UK's regulatory news service...

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - part 4

Thursday, 11 January 2018, 8:01 pm

The mysterious Chinese investor that has quietly built a 14pc stake in Telit Communications has emerged as one of the largest investors in a listed Chinese corporation that has been consolidating the "internet of things" market.

Last year Run Liang Tai Management built up a substantial shareholding in Aim-listed Telit after the company's founder, Oozi Katz, became embroiled in a scandal about his true identity...

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Another day, another confirmation... - part 2

Thursday, 23 November 2017, 9:40 am

Embattled Aim-listed "internet of things" company Telit Communications has finally confirmed it has appointed Richard Kilsby, the former boss of 888, as non-executive chairman. Below is a link to the release:

The news comes after Betaville and The Sunday Times revealed the likely appointment of Kilsby just over a couple of weeks ago. Here are the links to those pieces:..

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RARE ALERT: Telit Communications said to ... - part 3

Friday, 10 November 2017, 10:50 pm

Telit Communications is lining up the former boss of onling gambling group 888 Holdings to become its new chairman.

According to sources in the recruitment industry, headhunting firm Korn Ferry recently put Richard Kilsby, who stepped down as chairman of 888 Holdings in 2015, on the shortlist of potential candidates to become the embattled company's new chairman...

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