DMC's Principal Activity is the sale of premium lifestyle and design products through multiple e-commerce platforms.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||+76.72%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||+105.15%|
|ASX Rank||1857 of 2,550|
|Sector Rank||116 of 135|
Design Milk Co Limited (DMC, formerly Ahalife Holdings Limited) owns and operates multiple e-Commerce brands that support independent brands and designers from around the world: Design Milk, a digital media company that has thrived through the support of an engaged community over the past 13 years: Ahalife, an eCommerce website and blog supporting premium lifestyle designers and brands: Kaufmann Mercantile, a blog and eCommerce website dedicated to independent craftsman and brands focused on sustainable manufacturing and product lifecycles.
Incorporated in Victoria as Amaybend Pty Ltd in 1988. Changed name to Lakes Gold Pty Ltd in 1993. Converted to a no liability company and changed name to Gawler Gold & Mineral Exploration NL in 1996. The Company changed its status to that of a company limited by share. Name changed to Intermoco Limited on 16/08/2002. Changed GICS Classification from 151040 (Materials, Materials, Metals & Mining) to 4520 (Information Technology, Technology Hardware & Equipment) on 30/08/2002.
|No dividends paid.|
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|Ms Sapir Elias||Company Secretary||Jun 2020|
|Mr Robert Mancini||Chief Executive Officer||Jul 2018|
|Mr Arnaud Massenet||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2017||
Mr Arnaud Massenet
Mr Massenet is a board member and the CEO of de-pury.com, an online art platform which he started 2 years ago with Simon and Michaela de Pury, Arnaud is the former CEO and founding partner of Luma, a leading alternative managed account platform in Europe, which was established with Gottex Asset Management Group in 2010. Arnaud is also a founding partner of the leading online fashion destination, The Net- A-Porter Group Limited, and was an active board member for over 10 years. Arnaud has also worked for over 13 years in investment banking, with leading firms such as Morgan Stanley and Lehman Brothers. Arnaud is the Chairman of GRIP.
|Mr Christopher Colfer||Non-Executive Deputy Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Mar 2016||
Mr Christopher Colfer
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Colfer is an international Chairman, Chief Executive and Board Director with an track record in multiple industry sectors including luxury goods, branded goods, Digital Transformation and e-commerce. He is skilled in strategy, ecommerce, business development, retail and marketing. He was the longest serving Non-Executive Board Member of online luxury fashion retailer The Net-A-Porter Group Limited, where he oversaw the initial investment by Richemont, and subsequently led the full acquisition. Christopher currently serves on the Board of Woolworths Holdings in South Africa along with other directorships in verticals such as Fashion, Cosmetics, Skincare and Technology. Christopher was appointed as an Interim Chief Executive Office ('CEO') from 23 March 2018 until the appointment of new CEO Robert Mancini on 30 July 2018. Christopher sits on the board of personalised fashion marketplace LYST, Nude by Nature and Huntsman & Sons. He is a former director of Crumpler Proprietary Limited.
|Mr Michael (Mike) Hastings Hill||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Jan 2014||
Mr Michael (Mike) Hastings Hill
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Hill has more than 20 years experience working on corporate and private equity transactions in Australia and the United Kingdom. He is a former partner at Ernst & Young in their Mergers and Acquisition team and in 2003 joined Ironbridge Capital, a leading Sydney based private equity firm with US$1.2 billion of funds under management. Mike has worked as a senior member of the investment team at Ironbridge Capital for more than 10 years covering deal assessment, investment management and exit planning across a number of its portfolio companies. Mike has experience across numerous industries where he has served on company boards involved in the technology, retail, healthcare, media, waste services, tourism, hospitality and manufacturing sectors. His involvement with companies in these industries has been to work closely with founders and executive management teams to execute strategic growth objectives. He is member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Michael John Everett||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2011||
Mr Michael John Everett
Mr Everett has more than 25 years of capital markets and advisory experience. Michael retired from Goldman Sachs in 2013 after 11 years where he was Managing Director and co-head of the Financing Group within the Investment Banking Division in Australia. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he worked internationally for a large investment bank and has broad experience across the securities industry. During his career, he has advised a broad range of companies in a variety of industries. In late 2013, he established an independent capital markets advisory firm, Reunion Capital Partners. He is member of Risk Committee.
DMC directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|26/02/21||Arnaud Massenet||Issued||300,000||$0.50||$150,000||Issue of options|
|26/02/21||Christopher Colfer||Issued||200,000||$0.50||$100,000||Issue of options|
|26/02/21||Michael (Mike) Hill||Issued||83,333||$0.30||$24,999||Placement|
|19/10/20||Arnaud Massenet||Issued||7,066,500||$0.009||$63,598||Issue of options|
|19/10/20||Christopher Colfer||Issued||7,066,500||$0.009||$63,598||Issue of options|
|19/10/20||Michael Everett||Issued||7,066,500||$0.009||$63,598||Issue of options|
|19/10/20||Michael (Mike) Hill||Issued||7,066,500||$0.009||$63,598||Issue of options|
The current holdings of DMC directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Michael (Mike) Hill||26/02/2021||N/A||818,027||141,330||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Early Force Pty Ltd||28/08/2020||155,435,708||11.69|
|Bombora Investment Management Pty Limited||26/02/2021||6,300,000||17.62|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|31-12-20||Bombora Investment Management Pty Limited||28,038,351||13.20||14.54|
|05-08-20||Early Force Pty Ltd||32,613,657||10.15||11.69|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|26-02-21||Bombora Investment Management Pty Limited||197,308,670||14.5||17.6|
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