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There are small-cap companies and there are micro-caps … and then there is SilverBridge Holdings. With a market capitalisation of around R36m, even the micro-cap label looks too big for SilverBridge.
But the company is interesting for the adventurous small-cap punter, if only for the possibility that it could be a candidate to buy out minority shareholders and delist. At this point, the share — at 121c — trades barely above the 107c a share tangible NAV, which is crazy for a profitable and asset-light technology services company...
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