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PHIL (PHI Group) Powerhouse Mover as Enourmous international Following Ignites M&A Player As Co Launches PHILUX Global Funds and Looks to National Exchange

PHIL (PHI Group) is a comeback stock just like Microcapdialy is the new comeback kid of 2021; Microcapdaily first covered PHIL back in March when the stock was in the $0.003 range stating at the time: “PHIL has massive liquidity as legions of new shareholders accumulate emerging as one of the top most traded stocks in small caps. The stock took off in December as a new era of penny stock speculators fueled by robinhood and its 100 million new trading accounts take on the bulletin boards. These are different times than just a few short years ago; now penny stocks such as TSNP can achieve a $6 billion plus market valuation and trade $375 million in dollar volume in a day on the bulletin boards. And TSNP has no stronger fundamentals than PHIL has. . We also covered TSNP at $0.003 before it went to mult dollars. 

As we have noted from the beginnning PHIL has an enourmous international following, there are 100’s of thousands of penny stock speculators that trade the stock. PHIL topped $16 million in dollar volume today and was the most searched for small cap stock besides AMC. PHIL has a strong management team behind it led by top level executive Henry Fahman who has been busy working behind the scenes trying to get the stock “pink current” The Company recently engaged a number of private equity firms to turbocharge inorganic growth by acquiring cash-flow positive companies that can add significant revenues and bottom lines to the Company. PHIL states it expects to qualify for up listing to a U.S. senior exchange like Nasdaq or NYSE after the closing of one or more of such acquisitions. Currently with $26 million in “investments” on the books PHIL has a number of operating subsidiaries currently producing about $300,000 per month in revenues. 

PHIL (PHI Group) primarily focuses on advancing PHILUX Global Funds, a group of Luxembourg bank funds organized as “Reserved Alternative Investment Fund” (“RAIF”) (www.philux.eu), and building the Asia Diamond Exchange (“ADE”) in Vietnam. The Company also engages in mergers and acquisitions and invests in select industries and special situations that may substantially enhance shareholder value. In addition, its wholly-owned subsidiary, PHILUX Capital Advisors, Inc. (www.philuxcap.com) provides M&A consulting services and assists companies to go public and access international capital markets. 

Microcapdaily noted in our first article on PHIL manamgement has been working hard behind the scenes getting all the Company’s filings up to date and has promised a 10k anytime now. PHIL states it has recently engaged a number of private equity firms to turbocharge inorganic growth by acquiring cash-flow positive companies that can add significant revenues and bottom lines to the Company. The Company expects to qualify for uplisting to a U.S. senior exchange like Nasdaq or NYSE after the closing of one or more of such acquisitions. Currently with $26 million in “investments” on the books PHIL has a number of operating subsidiaries currently producing revenues. Management states it cannot officially confirm its planned share buyback campaign until the Company filings have been released. Last year PHI Luxembourg-based subsidiary; PHI Luxembourg Development S.A., successfully activated the first-ever Luxembourg bank fund for the Vietnamese economy, PHILUX Global Funds a Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF).   

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The Company is led by CEO and Chairman of the board Mr. Henry Fahman who has more than 30 years experience in general management, finance, investments and corporate strategy. He holds a B.S., Magna Cum Laude, in business administration from the University of California at Berkeley, with emphasis in finance and economic analysis and policy, and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program (AMP166) from Harvard Business School. He has also attended other Executive Education programs at Harvard Business School and Stanford University, including Mergers and Acquisitions, Creating Corporate Advantage, and Advanced General Management. Previously, Mr. Fahman served as a Resettlement Coordinator for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. He is currently Chairman of PHI Capital Holdings, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of PHI GROUP that provides M&A advisory and consulting services, and Chairman & CEO of PHI Luxembourg Development S.A., a Luxembourg-based wholly owned subsidiary of PHI Group and mother holding company for a Reserved Alternative Investment Fund to be activated in Luxembourg.   

PHIL put out bigh news on June 12 when its  PHI Luxembourg Development S.A., a Luxembourg-based subsidiary successfully activated the first-ever Luxembourg bank fund for the Vietnamese economy, PHILUX Global Funds (www.philux.eu), a Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF). 

PHILUX Global Funds plans to create a number of subfund compartments over a period of time for investments in real estate, renewable energy, agriculture, healthcare and education in Vietnam. Initially, the fund intends to focus on the development of the Free-Trade Zone in the Chu Lai Open Economic Zone in Quang Nam Province, which will house the Chu Lai Multiple Commodities Center (CMCC) and the Asia Diamond Exchange (ADE), the first-ever rough diamond exchange to be established in the Asian Hemisphere comparable to the Antwerp (Belgium) and Dubai (UAE) exchanges. 

Henry Fahman, Chairman of PHILUX Global Funds, stated: “We are very pleased to have reached this significant milestone in activating the first-ever Vietnam-related Luxembourg bank fund. Not only will Vietnam stand to benefit tremendously following the secular trend after the global coronavirus disruptions, but this will also provide excellent investment opportunities in our fund compartments as we undertake major initiatives that should bring rewards for our investors.” 

Ben Smet, the fund structuring agent, commented: “With great pride, I can announce the finalization and activation of PHILUX Global Funds. I thank Henry Fahman for his trust and confidence in me and my legal and negotiation teams. I look forward to continuing to cooperate successfully and in friendship with the authorities and government bodies in the Chu Lai Open Economic Zone, the Chairman of Quang Nam Province and his staff, as well as the Central Government in Hanoi to contribute to the well being of Vietnam. Vietnam is the gem of professionalism and beauty amongst all states and governments I have ever assisted.” 

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PHIL (PHI Group) is a comeback stock just like Microcapdialy is the new comeback kid of 2021; Microcapdaily first covered PHIL back in March when the stock was in the $0.003 range stating at the time: “PHIL has massive liquidity as legions of new shareholders accumulate emerging as one of the top most traded stocks in small caps. The stock took off in December as a new era of penny stock speculators fueled by robinhood and its 100 million new trading accounts take on the bulletin boards. These are different times than just a few short years ago; now penny stocks such as TSNP can achieve a $6 billion plus market valuation and trade $375 million in dollar volume in a day on the bulletin boards. And TSNP has no stronger fundamentals than PHIL has. . We also covered TSNP at $0.003 before it went to mult dollars.  As we have noted from the beginnning PHIL has an enourmous international following, there are 100’s of thousands of penny stock speculators that trade the stock. PHIL topped $16 million in dollar volume today and was the most searched for small cap stock besides AMC. PHIL has a strong management team behind it led by top level executive Henry Fahman who has been busy working behind the scenes trying to get the stock “pink current” The Company recently engaged a number of private equity firms to turbocharge inorganic growth by acquiring cash-flow positive companies that can add significant revenues and bottom lines to the Company. PHIL states it expects to qualify for up listing to a U.S. senior exchange like Nasdaq or NYSE after the closing of one or more of such acquisitions. Currently with $26 million in “investments” on the books PHIL has a number of operating subsidiaries currently producing about $300,000 per month in revenues. Subscribe to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with PHIL.

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Disclosure: we hold no position in PHIL either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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