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Woodford favourite Allied Minds: some change, but enough?

Neil Woodford thought his investments into Allied Minds (ALM) would do wonders for his reputation… is just that the wonders weren’t quite in line with his expectations – they were more in line with ours! Yesterday morning Allied served up the departure of co-CEO Mike Turner as of March next year and the Chairman, Jeff Rohr, the following June. Rats, sinking ship anyone?...


Allied Minds unhappy shareholder rails against executive greed

I suppose Neil Woodford does not care about executive greed at Allied Minds (ALM), people in glass houses, etc, etc. But it seems as if Richard Bernstein of Crystal Amber is not quite such a happy camper and is particularly pissed that the fat cats refuse to discuss it with him. He has now taken to twitter to express his ire as you can see below.


Good news for Neil Woodford as Allied Minds falls under the gaze of Crystal Amber

There has been lots of good news for Neil Woodford – aside from the joke listing of Proton Partners on NEX. Last night, AIM-listed investment company Crystal Amber Fund Limited (CRS) announced its monthly NAV and in it we learn that it wants to take over the running of Allied Minds with a view to winding it down. The good news is it thinks it can realise the assets at a big premium to the then current share price. The bad news…..well, the criticisms of the current arrangements are eyewatering. Was Neil really happy with this, and if not, why did he not do something about it?


Woodford Dog Allied Minds “extends cash runway” with a three card shuffle

The good news for Neil Woodford – which might helpfully take his mind off the impending 100% wipe-out with his revolutionary water company (Halosource – see HERE) – is that investee Allied Minds (ALM) says it has extended its cash runway to support Allied Minds’ activities into 2021. I guess that should mean this collection of dogs won’t need bailing out by Woodford for two years, except Neil is bailing it – or rather two of its investees  - out at the moment!


Allied Minds - what's the real reason behind the results delay?

Allied Minds (ALM) was due to release its interims at the end of this week but put out a rather strange statement this morning delaying it until the end of September. I thought it would be helpful to offer up an explanation as the situation is more complex and worrisome that this morning’s five-line announcement might indicate.

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