What now for Hipgnosis Songs Fund after its shareholders voted last month for the company to be reconstructed, reorganised or wound up?
That long-anticipated, potentially nail-bitingly close shareholder vote on whether music-rights buyer Hipgnosis Songs Fund should continue?
October was already a crunch month for Hipgnosis Songs Fund, thanks to a pair of shareholder votes on its business.
Yesterday was not a good day for Hipgnosis Songs Fund. The company told investors that its independent portfolio valuer estimates that it will now receive significantly less money in payouts from the […]
Last month, Hipgnosis Songs Fund revealed its plan to revive its share price: selling 29 of its music catalogues.
The falling share price of Hipgnosis Songs Fund has been a concern for the company for some time. Could selling some catalogues help?
Hipgnosis Songs Fund has published its latest annual report this morning, including an introduction by founder Merck Mercuriadis.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund has long been one of the most active buyers of music catalogues, but now some investors want it to become a seller.
Rod Stewart has issued a surprisingly blunt statement explaining why he has pulled out of a proposed catalogue sale to Hipgnosis.
Hipgnosis has acquired 100% of Justin Bieber’s interest in his publishing copyrights, recordings and neighbouring rights.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund enjoyed a good run as a media darling, with warm coverage of its ambition to make songs a lucrative asset class for investment.
The company’s share price has fallen by 30% in the last six weeks, and it has not bought a new catalogue for more than a year.