6 May 2016

Bango

(BGO)

Company Details

Address:
5 Westbrook Centre , Cambridge CB4 1YG
Telephone:
01223 472 777
Fax:
01223 472 778
Email:
Ray@bango.com
Website:
www.bango.com

Commentary

Mobile web payments and analytics company

Executives

Non-Exec Chairman:
David Sear (0.0% holding)
Chief Executive:
Ray Anderson (10.3% holding)
CFO:
Rachel Elias-Jones (0.0% holding)
Chief Mktg Officer:
Anil Malhotra (6.2% holding)

Main Shareholders

Liontrust Investment Partners: 17.2%

Herald Investment Management: 14.4%

Odey Asset Management: 11.0%

Inflection Point Investments: 4.9%

Schroders: 4.5%

Advisers

Nominated Adviser:
Cenkos Securities
Nominated Broker:
Cenkos Securities
Solicitors:
Taylor Wessing
Auditors:
Grant Thornton
Registrar:
Computershare Investor Services

Accounts Information

Entry on AIM:
30/6/2005
Issue Price:
134.0p
Interim Results:
Sep
Final Results:
Mar
Year End:
Dec
Accounts Due:
Mar
Int div payment:
n/a
Fin div payment:
n/a
Int net div per share:
nil
Fin net div per share:
nil

Financial History

  2015 2014
Turnover: £3.19m £5.09m
Pre-tax profit: £ (5.03m) £ (5.41m)
EPS: (9.05) p (10.96) p

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