After graduating with first class honours in economics from Lancaster University in 2006, Jamie spent a number of years as a private client equity dealer gaining front-line experience in the investment industry during the most fast paced and volatile period in financial history. Having acquired an insight from both professional and individual investors, Jamie joined Proactive’s growing editorial team in 2009.
“This is the start of a hugely exciting time for the company," the company's CEO Gil Holzman said
"The board is delighted with the result of the oversubscribed fundraising and, given current testing equity market conditions,” said David Bramhill.
“Given the aggressive sell-off in the Sirius Minerals share price since April, any negative updates are likely to be met with further declines, but if the stock can hold above the 13p mark, it would be well positioned to claw back some of the recent losses"
The proposed farm-out is evidently moving forward, as the potential new partner has completed internal approvals.
Group-wide the company said it expects to see like-for-like sales growth of around 2% for the full year.
"We had a strong finish to the year, with revenue equivalent production growing 10 percent in the quarter," said chief executive Graham Kerr.
"The outlook for the business continues to improve,” said chief executive Andrew Pardey.
"I am pleased to be acquiring a further stake in Sunrise at this exciting stage in the company's development,” Cheetham said in a statement.
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