Duty Free International - 52 weeks low and Heinemann partnership

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07 Nov 2017 21:27 #24133 by divads
divads replied the topic: Duty Free International - 52 weeks low and Heinemann partnership

hazard_koh wrote: Duty free international share price has been intentionally pressed down by BBs from my observation , assuming to accumulate at low price.
Time to load up the share and wait for fruits to bear.

1) www.thesundaily.my/news/1819970


"The sale and purchase agreement signed in March 17 2016 includes the disposal of a 10% equity interest plus one share - comprising an aggregate 20.99 million shares - in DFZ to Heinemann Asia Pacific for a consideration of RM90.22 million"

Heinemann bought the shares of duty free international at around $1 Euro per share translating to around $1.40 per share vs trading price of 27 cents currently.


3) www.frontiermagazine.co.uk/news/airport/...ong-2016-12-04-2017/


Heinemann is a strong partner that will benefit duty free international greatly. The fact they are willing to pay $1.40 per share for duty free international is testimonial to it.


4) www.pressreader.com/malaysia/the-star-ma...1022/281590945099469


Duty free international has a few parcels of land that has appreciated over its book value and should they decide to dispose may result in extraordinary gain.

and last but not least

5) Duty free is trading at 52 weeks low assumingly with share price been pushed down for the BBs to accumulate. So risk is lower since share price is at 52 weeks low and 2) www.publicnow.com/view/49FBBBD1048B3F24A...:01:30+01:00-xxx6611

"RESTRICTED EXERCISE PERIOD OF BONUS WARRANTS
The Bonus Warrants are exercisable during the period commencing on and including the date six (6) months from the date of listing of the Bonus Warrants on the SGX-ST and expiring at 5.00 p.m. on the date immediately preceding the fifth (5th) anniversary of the date of issue of the Bonus Warrants"


Conversion of warrants to mother share only starts on 15 Nov (6 mths after listing of warrants), so expect BBs to push the price of mother shares up for warrants to be multi-bagger.

once the BBs finished accumulating, should see share price rocket.



Today Duty free warrant top volume for warrants. Next week conversion starts.. watch out for action soon..

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17 Nov 2017 22:23 #24158 by divads
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www.marketpulse.com/20171116/the-ringgit-soars/

Ringgit rising.. This will benefit Duty Free international as it's revenue is in Ringgit.

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07 Dec 2017 23:41 #24167 by divads
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klse.i3investor.com/blogs/kltrader/140406.jsp

Maintain BUY
Management remains confident that the recent case involving bills of demand from the Royal Malaysian Customs of Perak is in their favour. We maintain our earnings forecasts and MYR6.00 SOP-TP as we are not imputing any material impact from the case.
A high payment demand
DFI’s (DFI SP, Not Rated) 100%-subsidiary Seruntun Maju Sdn Bhd (SMSB) has received bills of demand on 21 Nov 2017 from the Royal Malaysian Customs of Perak, demanding payments of customs duties, excise duties sales tax, and Goods & Services Tax (GST) totalling MYR41.6m between the periods of 15 Nov 2014 to 30 Sep 2016. The allegation was based on non-compliant of certain conditions at SMSB’s Pengkalan Hulu duty free outlet - namely not documenting shoppers’ purchases and travel documents upon purchase of duty free goods. Hence, Customs deemed these purchased goods as illegally removed from the duty free outlet.

But to be challenged
Management believes that there is no legal nor factual basis for the bills of demand, as (i) the duty free outlet is located outside of the principle customs area [in a buffer zone - between Malaysia and Thailand’s Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) centres] which is not bound to the usual Customs regulations, and (ii) documentation of shoppers’ purchases are not required nor stipulated within its duty free license. Following the receipt of the bills of demand, SMSB has applied and was granted by the High Court for a stay of execution. Hence, SMSB would not be required to make any payments to the Customs Department until the conclusion of the case.
No impact for now
We have not imputed any material impact to Atlan nor DFI at the moment. As the worst case scenario, the payment could reverse DFI’s entire 1HFY2/18 free cashflow of MYR36m. The Customs’ demand of MYR41.6m is equivalent to 12sen/Atlan share after considering Atlan’s 75.8% effective stake in SMSB via DFI.
Source: Maybank Research - 05 Dec 2017


This case easily solved by starting to check purchaser passports like in airports.

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