#TrustBuddy: Second major institutional investor, $LC

Sweden listed P2P lending provider TrustBuddy just announced its second signed framework agreement with a major institutional investor, covering an initial EUR 12 million. The capital can be allocated to all of TrustBuddys markets by demand. The company writes: “With the continued strong growth TrustBuddy enjoys in its existing markets, and the need for P2P…

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$CMGE: Granted license for #HelloKitty

China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group Limited (CMGE), the largest publisher and a leading developer of mobile games in China, today announced that it has been authorized to develop mobile games based on twelve famous Sanrio characters including HELLO KITTY. HELLO KITTY was created in 1974 and has become the best known character of Sanrio…

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#G5 Entertainment: New genre with #vegas style #casino game

Sweden listed mobile gaming developer and publisher G5 Entertainment, yesterday released what could turn out to become one of its most interesting games in a long time. “G5 Jackpot Casino: Free Vegas Slots” (download the game here: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id881430129?mt=8) is a whole new genre for G5, which is usually known for its hidden objects and time management…

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#Nexam: More patent applications

Nexam Chemical just announced that two new external patent applications with Nexam’s crosslinker PEPA and EPA have been made public. Nissan Chemical Industries Ltd have submitted a patent application to the Japanese patent authority concerning method of producing and composition for forming resin thin film for flexible displays where the cross linker PEPA are included.…

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$CMGE: Interesting presentation at #GMGC conference

The Global Mobile Game Confederation (GMGC) recently hosted its 2014 Global Mobile Game Developers Conference. Dino Ying, COO of CMGE (China Mobile Games and Entertainment Group), shared with the audience on how his firm has grown in the past year and how small studios have become “aircraft-carriers” today. He also shared how the shift from…

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#TrustBuddy: Continues to adapt to regulatory requirements

Sweden listed P2P lending provider TrustBuddy continues its efforts to adapt to the new regulatory requirements (specifically TrustBuddy’s ongoing preparations for an upcoming licence application to engage in professional activities related to intermediation of consumer credit under new law (2014: 275)) and proposes to merge TrustBuddy International AB and TrustBuddy AB. TrustBuddy will, in the proposal,…

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#TrustBuddy: Something is going on, #insider

Only last Friday, we could report that Trustbuddy’s acting CEO Jens Glasø had bought an additional 50,000 shares. Today, we can note that member of the Board Rune Glasø has bought not less than 400,000 shares on October 10th. There has been heavy insider buying in the Sweden listed P2P lending provider since July this…

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#TrustBuddy: More #insider buying

Trustbuddy’s acting CEO Jens Glasø has bought another 50,000 shares. There has been heavy insider buying in the Sweden listed P2P lending provider since July this year (http://trustbuddyinternational.com/insider-list/). These insider transactions come ahead of the highly anticipated IPO of US P2P lending provider Lending Club. The company recently announced plans to raise USD 500m and…

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$CMGE: #mobile gaming grows strongly in #China

China Internet Watch is reporting about an interesting market update from Nielsen on mobile gaming in China. According to the study, mobile devices’ penetration, mobile network’s improvement as well as social network’s booming lead to rapid growth of the mobile online gaming market in China. The number of China’s mobile gaming users was already over…

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#G5 Entertainment: Very strong Q3 preliminary revenue

Sweden listed mobile gaming developer and publisher G5 Entertainment just released a very strong Q3 2014 revenue number of SEK 44m. This marks a y-o-y increase of 101% and was even better than the SEK 42m that we had come to expect http://nordicinvestor.net/2014/10/01/g5-entertainment-positives-q3/. In Q2 2014, G5 reported revenues of SEK 40.6m, so today’s number…

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