Aquis weekly movers: Coinsilium investee company gets global bank investment

Coinsilium (LON: COIN) says that the SalitaFinance AI-driven platform, where it has a 6.7% stake, has received investment from a top ten global infrastructure bank. Another investee company, crypto friendly payments company Greengage Global has secured an agreement with a new regulated partner and this will enable the earlier launch of Greengage’s US dollar currency accounts along with forex and SWIFT payments services for clients. The share price jumped 68.6% to 2.95p. That is just below the peak earlier this year.

Lord Nicholas Monson has increased his stake in Lift Global Ventures (LON: LFT) from 4.96% to 5.33%. The share price soared by three-fifths to 0.4p.

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Investment Evolution Credit (LON: IEC) has appointed Axis Capital Markets as corporate broker to help to raise up to £100m via the previously announced bond offering. The share price is 50% higher at 60p. The December 2023 admission price was 4.5p.

RentGuarantor (LON: RGG) has entered a three-year marketing deal with student letting company University Living. The rent guarantee service will be promoted to residential tenants. This will broaden access to the market. The share price increased 1.46% to 278p.


Brewer Adnams (LON: ADB) has asked advisers to explore options for funding growth plans. The B share price fell 19% to 2550p.

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Marula Mining (LON: MARU) has published a shareholder circular to gain approval for a subscription by AUO Commercial Brokerage. The first subscription will raise £3.75m at 3.75p/share with further subscriptions potentially raising £4.78m at 10p/share. The general meeting is on 8 March. The share price dipped 2.38% to 10.25p.

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