Open Orphan, Russ Mould and Paul Hill
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
12:58, 22nd May 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Open Orphan, Russ Mould and Paul Hill

Cathal Friel, Executive Chairman of Open Orphan (ORPH) FOLLOW describes what the proceeds of their £12m fund raising will be used for.

Open Orphan is a rapidly growing niche CRO pharmaceutical services company which is a world leader in the provision of viral laboratory services and the testing of vaccine and antivirus using human challenge study models. Open Orphan comprises of two commercial specialist CRO services businesses; hVIVO and Venn Life Sciences, and Open Orphan Genomic Health Data.

Russ Mould, Investment Director at stockbroker AJ Bell discusses the slew of companies conducting equity fundraises and if its possible to accurately value a company at the moment.

(Interview starts at 10 minutes 43 seconds)

Paul Hill, full time investor and equity analyst gives his view on the market and mentions:


Elecosoft (ELCO) FOLLOW

Northbridge (NBI) FOLLOW

Aviva (AV.) FOLLOW


Accesso Technology (ACSO) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 26 minutes 13 seconds)  

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