2019 – 2020 Calcutta

Evans and Partners did an amazing job on this years Calcutta, negotiating stocks amongst industry leaders. There are a few interesting stocks to keep your eye on and ultimately to see who will have the winning stock at this year’s event with a prize pool of $85,000.

Winner to be announced at awards evening on Thursday 15 October 2020.

Stock Listing sold at 2019 Awards evening

1Anthony Aboud- ShortWTC – WISETECH GLOBAL LIMITED
2Kerr Neilson- ShortNEA – NEARMAP LTD
3Anonymous-ShortJIN – JUMBO INTERACTIVE LIMITED
4Chris StottOPC – OPTICOMM LTD
5Charlie LanchesterBVS – BRAVURA SOLUTIONS LIMITED
6AnonymousUWL – UNITI GROUP LIMITED
7Evans & PartnersBIN – BINGO INDUSTRIES LIMITED
8RegalPRN – AUSDRILL LIMITED
9WavestoneWEB – WEBJET LIMITED
10Matt WilliamsMIN – MINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
11Chris KourtisCTX – CALTEX AUSTRALIA LIMITED
12Wilson Asset ManagementJLG – JOHNS LYNG GROUP LIMITED
13Kate HowittSLR -SILVER LAKE RESOURCES LIMITED
14Paul SkamvougerasGNC – GRAINCORP LIMITED
15PerennialRBL – REDBUBBLE LIMITED
16PlatypusPNV – POLYNOVO LIMITED
17John GraceMSB – MESOBLAST LIMITED

The 2018-19 Calcutta was won by Kate Howitt who kindly donated the winners cheque back to the Australian Fund Managers Foundation.  

Rules and Conditions • The highest bidder for each company shall own thatshare/company for the year. • Upon being drawn, the company will then beauctioned. • The auction for each company will last one minute, there is nosecondary market trading. • The owner of the winning company (in twelvemonths), shall receive 50% of the total pool raised for all the companies inthis auction. The payment will be in the form of a cheque, to be presented atthe Australian Fund Manager Awards 2019 or a bank transfer. • 50% of anywinning bid is considered a donation to charity and a receipt will be provided to that effect. • In the event of a company being taken over, where payment is cash, this will be invested from the date of closure of the deal for theremainder of the competition at a fixed rate of 6% pa. • In the event of acompany being taken over, where payment is in stock, or where there is a choice between stock and cash, the return will be that of the takeover stock from thedate of closure of the deal, even if this company is listed overseas. • The auctioneer’s decision is final.