DMH Stallard advises Cairn, Optiva and GIS in Dial Square Investment's acquisition of integrated energy transition company

DMH Stallard LLP have advised Cairn Financial Advisers LLP (Nominated Adviser), as well as Optiva Securities Limited and Global Investment Strategy UK Limited (Joint Brokers), in Dial Square Investment Plc’s (Dial Square) acquisition of EnergyPathways Limited.

As part of the reverse takeover, the Company raised £2million through a placing and subscription of 50,000,000 shares at a price of 4p per share.

Following completion, Dial Square’s listing on the London Stock Exchange’s Main Market has been cancelled and the enlarged group has been admitted to trading on AIM and will be re-named EnergyPathways plc.

Chris Simmons and Giedre Doig made up the DMH Stallard team advising the Nomad and Joint Brokers.

EnergyPathways is an integrated energy transition company, initially targeting UK gas assets, with the aim of bringing into production, in the near-term, low emission energy solutions to assist with the UK’s transition to Net Zero while also providing critical supply to ensure domestic energy security.

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