Half-year Report
RNS Number : 6215R
Dozens Savings PLC
30 June 2020

30 June 2020


Dozens Savings Plc


(''DS'' or "the Company'')


Unaudited Interim Report for the six-month period ended 31 March 2020




Review of operations for the six-month period ended 31 March 2020


I am pleased to present the interim report for the company covering its results for the period ending 31 March 2020.



Financial Review

The Company was formed to issue debt securities (namely listed bonds paying a 5% fixed interest over a twelve-month period) to UK retail investors. The ultimate aim of the Company and of its Parent, Project Imagine Limited, is to encourage savers to become investors by providing an investment product where capital is not at risk. The issued bonds of the company have been admitted to the AQSE Growth Market and the company has a total facility for issuing £7 million of bonds, each bond being worth £100, in total over a rolling twelve-month period.


The Company successfully achieved its listing of the initial tranche of the bonds in February 2019 with its pilot issuance of 910 bonds worth £91,000 in total during March 2019. The Company has since seen improvements made by Project Imagine Limited, the distributor of the bonds, in relation to its technology platform, the clarity of its offering to customers and its regulatory capital position. The Company was therefore pleased to commence issuing bonds again as of October 2019 and continued to do so until March at which point it put issuances on hold in response to the Covid-19 crisis. The Company currently has bonds in issue totalling £1,443,500 and expects to recommence issuances in the next 1 to 3 months. The bonds are being marketed by its parent company Project Imagine Limited and a secondary market is being made by Thomas Grant and Company Limited.


The Company relies on the funding of its Parent, Project Imagine Limited for the continuation of frequent bond issuances in order to encourage savers to become investors.



The Directors believe that the Company, along with that of Project Imagine Ltd, has a strong story to tell in relation to its mission and will continue to raise interest in its bonds with marketing campaigns, word of mouth and press coverage. However, the Company relies on the funding of its parent Project Imagine Ltd. for the continuation of frequent bond issuances in order to encourage savers to become investors.



Signed on behalf of the board on 30 June 2020



A Chakravarty





Unaudited Profit and loss account and statement of

comprehensive income for the six months ended 31 March 2020

 Six months ended 31 March 20

 Six months ended 30 June 19



Administrative expenses



Operating Profit/(Loss)



Interest receivable and similar income



Interest payable and similar charges



Profit/(Loss) on ordinary activities before taxation



Taxation on ordinary activities



Profit /(Loss) on ordinary activities after taxation



Loss per share - basic and diluted



Ordinary shares




All amounts relate to continuing activities.


All recognised gains and losses in the current and prior period are included in the profit and loss account.




Unaudited Balance sheet

at 31 March 2020

31 Mar 20

31 Mar 20

30 Jun 19

30 Jun 19





Current assets




Cash at bank and in hand





Creditors: amounts falling due within one year



Net current assets



Creditors: amounts falling due in more than one year



Net Assets



Capital and reserves

Share Capital



Profit and loss reserves





Shareholders' funds






Notes forming part of the unaudited interim report

for the six months ended 31 March 2020


1.         Accounting Policies


The interim financial information has been prepared in accordance with FRS102. The interim financial information incorporates the results for the company for the six months ended 31 March 2020. The financial information is unaudited and has not been reviewed by the company's auditors Jeffreys Henry LLP.


2.         Taxation on Profit on ordinary activities

The tax charge on profits assessable has been calculated at the rates of tax prevailing during the reporting period, based on legislation, interpretation and practices in respect thereof.


3.         Loss per share


Loss per share has been calculated by dividing the loss after tax for the period of £96,238 by the weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue of 212,698.


4.         Non-Statutory Financial Statements

The financial information contained in this unaudited interim report does not constitute full statutory financial statements as defined by section 240 of the Companies Act 1985.


5.         Share Capital

On incorporation 50,000 ordinary shares of GBP1 par value were issued. On 28 January 2019, 250,000 ordinary shares of GBP1 par value were issued. The shares are fully paid up.


6.         Movement in bonds issued

At the beginning of the period, the Company had 910 bonds worth £91,000 in issue. During the period, the Company issued an additional 14,435 bonds, while 910 were redeemed. Total bonds currently in issue are 14,435 worth £1,443,500.





The directors of Dozens Savings plc accept responsibility for this announcement.


For further information, please contact:

Gemma Steel
Executive Director
Dozens Savings plc
Email: hello@dozens.com
Tel: 0808 164 1020

Alfred Henry Corporate Finance Limited
AQSE Corporate Advisor to Dozens Savings plc
Attn: Jon Isaacs
Tel: +44 (0) 203 772 0021


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