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2nd September 2019 | By Stephen Carter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Affiliate Monitor – August 2019 Welcome to iGB’s new Affiliate Monitor, a quarterly companion to our popular Market Monitor.With the main agents of the recent consolidation drive having followed the trail blazed by XLMedia to the public markets, visibility of metrics such as NDCs and the percentage of revenue gained via rev share deals has enabled a more detailed view of how the top end of the market is performing.Generating a larger share of revenues from rev share as opposed to CPA clearly increases the ability of these businesses not only to plan but to grow revenues in a long-term sustainable manner, and the comparative analysis in Part 1 exposes clear differences between the leading listed players.This Q1 review also falls within what feels like a defining period in the affiliate sector’s development, with stakeholders dipping their toes in the US market where the sports betting expansion looms large across the wider igaming space.The quarter also saw the transition from dot.com to dot.country regulation in Sweden, a highly material market for several of these businesses.While understandably bullish in the face of a bumpy transition into a heavily restricted bonusing environment, author Scott Longley is not convinced by the affiliates’ arguments that regulated markets such as these are “less risky” and “better structured for growth”, seeing these as more credible coming from the mouths of operators.“It is hard to see why the bigger affiliates need to follow the regulated mantra of the operators other than as a sop to potentially nervous investors in Sweden, where most of the entities are listed”, he says.The big listed players are of course only one part of the story. In addition to other big names being privately held – such as Oddschecker, the Racing Post and Cherry’s Fortune Lounge – substantial traffic and revenues are still driven by the long tail of affiliates working below the listed level.For many of these, the benefits of working in regulated markets are still “somewhat oversold” (see Part 3).We hope you enjoy this new report and find it useful. Should you have any suggestions or feedback please don’t hesitate to email me at [email protected] Carter Editorial director, iGaming BusinessIf you can’t use the flash player below you can download the report here. The first edition of our new quarterly report drills down into the numbers of the big listed affiliates, M&A and the impact of regulation in Sweden and Italy Email Address Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Topics: Casino & games Lottery Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter
Shares in William Hill surged after news of the potential bids broke, rising 39.29% to 303.10 pence per share in London on Friday (25 September) afternoon. Shares in Caesars Entertainment, meanwhile, closed down 3.63% at $52.87 per share in New York yesterday. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Apollo Global and Caesars bid for William Hill Email Address 25th September 2020 | By Aaron Noy “Discussions between William Hill and the respective parties are ongoing,” William Hill said. “There can be no certainty that any offer for William Hill will be made, nor as to the terms on which any offer might be made.” However, the economic downturn then left the business with high levels of debt, which ultimately saw the business file for bankruptcy in 2015. Following a two-year restructuring, TGP and Apollo’s stake in the business was reduced to around 16%. Finance The deadline may be extended, subject to consent from the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers. There was speculation in the US earlier this month that William Hill was then in discussions with Caesars over some sort of combination of their online assets, though little clarity on what form this may take. The Eldorado deal only covered online gaming, and the suggestion was that the existing agreement may be expanded to include online casino. The deal sees Apollo Global Management bid for William Hill against a business in which it was a high-profile investor. In 2006, it partnered Texas Pacific Group (TGP) to acquire Caesars Entertainment Corporation – then known as Harrah’s Entertainment – closing that $27.8bn (£21.82bn/€23.89bn) deal in 2008. For the same period, the enlarged Caesars posted revenue of $2.79bn, down 50.3% from the legacy business’ combined revenue for the first half of 2019. This stake was reduced further to a holding of just 5.7%, which was then divested in March 2019. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter William Hill has confirmed that its board has received separate cash proposals to acquire the business from alternative investments giant Apollo Global Management and its US sports betting and igaming partner, Caesars Entertainment. The operator explained that having received an initial written proposal from Apollo on 27 August, it then received a further offer from the firm, while Caesars made its own proposal. Regions: UK & Ireland US Topics: Finance Strategy A further announcement would be made if and when appropriate, William Hill added. Caesars then agreed a mega-merger with Eldorado Resorts, which saw the creation of the US’ largest casino operator when it closed in July this year. In accordance with Rule 2.6(a) of the UK’s City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, each of Apollo and Caesars are required to announce a firm intention to make an offer for the operator by 23 October. That deal saw William Hill, which struck a 25-year deal to serve as Eldorado Resorts’ exclusive sports betting partner, in return for a 20% stake in the business in September 2018, become the partner for the enlarged business. For the first half of the year, William Hill reported a 31.7% year-on-year decline in revenue to £554.4m, in a period where the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown badly affected performance. However, a £230.7m VAT refund – for tax incorrectly applied to revenue earned from certain gaming machines prior to 2013 – saw net profit grow to £115.6m.
Gamma Civic Limited (GCL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Industrial holding sector has released it’s 2019 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about Gamma Civic Limited (GCL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Gamma Civic Limited (GCL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Gamma Civic Limited (GCL.mu) 2019 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileGamma-Civic Limited is a Mauritian company that provides services in construction, building materials, civil engineering contracting, equipment hiring, hospitality, lottery, corporate secretarial services, energy, trading activities, plant, and property investments. The segments that the company operates through are building materials, contracting, investments, lottery, corporate services, and others. Gamma-Civic Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius
Powerspeed Electrical Limited (PWS.zw) listed on the Zimbabwe OTC under the Retail sector has released it’s 2020 interim results for the half year.For more information about Powerspeed Electrical Limited (PWS.zw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Powerspeed Electrical Limited (PWS.zw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Powerspeed Electrical Limited (PWS.zw) 2020 interim results for the half year.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>Company ProfileIMPORTANT THE EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS HELD ON 14 DECEMBER 2020 RESOLVED TO DELIST FROM THE ZIMBABWE STOCK EXCHANGE. OTC TRADING OF SHARES IS UNDER IMPLEMENTATION. READ MORE>> Powerspeed Electrical is a leading supplier of electrical, hardware, building and home improvement products and services; trading through its own chain of hardware retail outlets known as Electrosales Hardware. The company supplies electrical products and solutions to the painting, plumbing, electrical, building, hand and power tools, outdoor and gardening, and automotive industries in Zimbabwe. Powerspeed Engineering is a subsidiary company involved in rewinding electric motors, supplying industrial fans and ducting for commercial and industrial applications, fabrication of non-standard steel products and structures, and commercial and industrial light fittings, heating elements, distribution boards and domestic irons. The engineering division is the amalgamation of three leading industrial engineering companies; Airflo, Relmo and ELS.
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In order to try and reduce costs, Rolls-Royce announced this week that it would be cutting around 1,400 aerospace jobs. This was the main driver that has seen the Rolls-Royce share price tumble in the short term.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Is the current share price fair value?A lot of investors are wondering whether the current price is a good one. I’ve been on the sidelines as well, waiting to invest at a price that makes sense. I last covered the stock a few weeks back, when the share price had shot up to 223p. I decided to wait then, which proved to be a good call. Apart from gut feelings, what metrics can I look at to try and put a fair price on Rolls-Royce?I can’t viably use the price-to-earnings ratio or even earnings-per-share given that the firm is in a loss-making position, so have to look elsewhere. The market capitalisation of the firm stands at £5.94bn. The enterprise value is calculated at £5.93bn. This enterprise value is an alternative way to value a company, aside from the public listing value. In this case, values are similar, which indicates to me that the current share price at 71p fairly accurately prices the value of Rolls-Royce.What’s the downside risk?So if I conclude the price is fair, what is the downside risk? The major risk here is that debt continues to rise, and either cash or other assets can’t keep pace. This would decrease the overall net asset figure, and reduce the enterprise value. In turn, this could have a knock-on impact on the share price, as investors reduce expectations for future revenue and profits. For example, let’s say the enterprise value falls by £1bn next year and the market capitalisation mirrors this exactly. If the market cap sat at £5bn, and the number of shares stayed the same, the Rolls-Royce share price would be at 59.7p. For those who want the numbers, this is based on 8.37bn shares outstanding, and a share price of 0.71 (71p).So as an investor, I’d say around 60p is as low as the Rolls-Royce share price could go if things worsened in the next year. This is the level that I’m looking to buy at. The caveat (there always is one) is that my assumption is on the value falling by £1bn. This value could be hit, mainly if we see a continuation of low demand and a lack of control of the pandemic continuing into 2021. 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Enter Your Email Address Royston Wild has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Burberry and Hargreaves Lansdown. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. FTSE 100 shares continue to struggle for grip (broadly speaking) in Thursday business. Concerns over soaring inflation — and consequently what measures central banks might take to curb price rises — has spooked investors of late. But the Hargreaves Lansdown (LSE: HL) share price has really taken a pasting.As I type the financial services giant is down 5% at £16.80 per share. 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However, it added that “similar to when previous lockdowns have been lifted, we have begun to see a reduction in share dealing volumes in both UK and overseas trades.”Signs of falling investor activity take the shine off of what was, largely-speaking, another robust update.Hargreaves Lansdown enjoys record trading volumesHargreaves Lansdown enjoyed net new business of £4.6bn in the four months to April, it said. Meanwhile assets under administration (AUA) ended last month at £132.9m, up from £120.6bn at the beginning of 2021. This is also up significantly from AUA of £104bn recorded at the start of the financial year (in July 2020).“Net new business growth was driven by the usual factors of existing clients using their tax allowances during the ISA season and ongoing wealth consolidation onto our platform from existing clients,” Hargreaves Lansdown said.Revenues at the business soared 23% year-on-year between January and April, to £233.2m. And in the fiscal year to date, revenues are up 19% at £523.7m, a result that Hargreaves Lansdown said was driven by “record dealing volumes”. The business helped clients transact 6m deals in the four months to April. This compares with the 4m it recorded in the same 2020 period.The FTSE 100 firm now has more than 1.62m active clients on its books, with another 126,000 flocking to its services between January and April. It has added a whopping 210,000 new clients since last July too.What they saidCommenting on the results, Hargreaves Lansdown chief executive Chris Hill commented that “this was a period of very strong growth with record net new business, record ISA subscriptions, record client growth, and record share dealing volumes”. The business saw a 48% increase in new money entering ISA and SIPP accounts between February 12 and April 5. 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PASSING AND catching are two of rugby’s core skills, so it’s vital that young players understand that they are passing to team-mates who want to catch the ball, not drop it!That’s why coaches should encourage their players not to spin-pass until they reach U11s or 12s. Even then, only put spin on the ball when it’s necessary. Saracens and England fly-half Charlie Hodgson is one of the best passers in world rugby but he still regularly uses a simple push pass, which is far easier to catch.When the time does come to learn how to spin-pass, start by throwing one-handed passes – and always practise passing off both hands.Practise in pairs, standing opposite each other like gunslingers, with feet, hips and shoulders facing where the ball is going so as to avoid body rotation. The passer should hold the ball on his hip, gripping the back third of the ball, with his elbow cocked, ready to ‘fire’.Exaggerate the movement, punching the arm out, as if pushing a door open, spinning the ball with fingers and wrist. To ensure an accurate pass, aim your hand at the receiver and that’s where it will go.Step 1: Start by throwing one-handed passes. To begin, stand like a gunslinger holding the ball on your hipStep 2: Face the intended receiver and cock the elbow back, ready to fire, gripping the back third of the ball Step 3: As you release the ball, snap your arm out and turn your wrist to rotate the ballStep 4: Aim your arm straight at the target, and that’s where the ball will go!This article appeared in the April 2012 issue of Rugby World Magazine.Find a newsagent that sells Rugby World in the UK. Or you may prefer the digital edition on your MAC, PC, or iPad. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Would you like to sign up to Rugby World’s excellent weekly email newsletter? Click here.For Back Issues Contact John Denton Services at 01733-385-170
“COPY” Photographs: Courtesy of Atelier MimaSave this picture!Courtesy of Atelier MimaText description provided by the architects. A house in the landscape of the Vilaine valley to rest of city life: Given the quality of this environment, we choose to use simplicity. From the outside, it is a straightforward and unobtrusive relationship with the landscape, a mass of wood blending with the surrounding tones. From the inside, it’s a preciousness assemblies, plans, framing and noble materials decomposing the space to create a prism compared to the multiple and surprising environment.Save this picture!AxonometricThe house alights at break of slope, in articulation of the landscape, as inhabited gazebo. The plan offers various design possibilities around an intimate upper level and a bottom living space linked to a large balcony terrace.Save this picture!Courtesy of Atelier MimaTwo bedrooms, dedicated to two couples, are linked to a central bathroom with wide doors with brick partition. This can be likened to one or other of the chambers when the two pairs are not present simultaneously. The floor of the upper level extends to the kitchen worktop. A third door with brick partition is placed here to help in day to open the perspective on the entire depth of the house, featuring the series of spaces.Save this picture!Courtesy of Atelier MimaA bookcase / stairs / kitchen articulates the two levels, and allows optimizing the feeling of space by integrating these functions in a single place. A long thin room expands to West pinion, deconstructed in its angles to watch, the Vilaine that wraps around the field: south through a long bay of 10 m, and north through a panoramic piercing sitting on a wooden bench and concrete, both storage and wood stove support.Save this picture!Courtesy of Atelier MimaProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse in Golo / ARK Arhitektura KrušecSelected ProjectsHut House / Pencil OfficeSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Nivillac, France Architects: Atelier Mima Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeAtelier MimaOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesNivillacFrancePublished on February 19, 2016Cite: “JJ&S.M Houses / Atelier Mima” 19 Feb 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.