Keyword results: General Meeting

TWD
TWD

Trackwise Designs – fundraising update, further shame...

Trackwise Designs (TWD) has announced it has received valid applications for 3,065,069 open offer shares, including 2,648,010 under an excess application facility, with CEO Philip Johnston stating “we appreciate and recognise the continuing support shown by existing investors and welcome new shareholders to Trackwise. This open offer has allowed those shareholders not participating in the earlier placing and subscription to continue to invest in Trackwise and we are delighted with the interest shown”. However…

Tern – BBM Turkeys vote for Christmas as GM Resolution passes

AIM-listed jam-tomorrow Iot Investment company Tern plc (TERN) held its General Meeting yesterday in a second attempt for the board to gain authorisation to roll out the confetti-printing press. It got through this time, and the announcement came at 11.23am yesterday morning.

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Tern – as shares collapse, what is in prospect?

Less than two weeks ago AIM-listed jam-tomorrow (but never delivered) Internet of Things investment company Tern plc (TERN) saw its shares trading at 30p – a monstrous overvaluation when compared to its last stated NAV per share of just 7.3p. Now, just a few days later, the stock is down to just 15.75p (last seen) – which is, of course, still a monstrous overvaluation. But there is plenty more pain to come for shareholders.

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AAU
AAU
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Ariana – General Meeting #2 called as Special Dividend comes into view: A Resounding BUY

AIM-listed gold producer in Turkey, Ariana Resources (AAU) has taken another important step towards payment of the long-awaited special dividend in relation to the ongoing corporate action which brings Turkish outfit Ozaltin into its gold-producing joint venture with Proccea. Ariana is reducing its ownership in the JV to 23.5% from 50% and injecting its Salinbas project in return for a total of $37.75 million, with a promised special dividend for shareholders, but has an issue with distributable reserves which is to be addressed by a second General Meeting and a trip to the High Court. This morning, the Circular for General Meeting 2 was published.

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VAL
VAL
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ValiRx – “illegal” GM? Controversy reviewed...

A bit of a storm has been blowing up at AIM-listed cash-hungry biotech dog ValiRx (VAL). A General Meeting had been proposed for shareholders to agree to the issue of yet more confetti in order to keep the Grim Reaper from the door but the government decreed Covid-19 lockdown intervened and the meeting could not happen. Yesterday the GM was reconvened with shareholders unable to attend or vote – and two of the three resolutions were passed. But what of legality?...

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AAU
AAU
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Ariana – an exciting week ahead as interest (and the share price) mounts

This week promises to be an exciting one for shareholders in Turkish gold-miner, AIM listed Ariana Resources (AAU). Quite apart from Q4 results from the Kiziltepe joint venture which are due shortly (though perhaps not this week) and news from the satellite gold deposits near Kiziltepe as well as further news from Salinbas to the east, all of which could drop at any time, there is the small matter of the proposed part-sale of the Salinbas and Kiziltepe projects and the announced deadline of the end of February to get shareholder approvals……if a final deal is struck. And I believe that means news this coming week.

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FST
FST

Frontier Smart Technologies – after recently ‘strongly recommending’ against 35p per share offer… now to recommend 25p per share!

The board of Frontier Smart Technologies (FST) has announced its “intention is to recommend the merger on the terms set out in the Science Group (SAG) announcement… invite those Frontier shareholders who have the benefit of a live share trading account to consider the merits of selling their ordinary shares via the share trading facility”. Those are though at 25p per share – it having previously stated on a 35p per share offer from Science Group…

IND
IND

IndigoVision – “Posting of Circular & Notice of General Meeting” announcement a disgrace - & shame on the remuneration committee

“Posting of Circular & Notice of General Meeting” announcement from IndigoVision (IND) sounds innocuous – though the first paragraph then states it is “for the purpose of approving a new Long Term Incentive Plan”. Hmmm…

Toople – “contract win demonstrates that Toople is excellently placed”. Er, how’s the balance sheet?

“Contract Win” announcement from Toople (TOOP) has presently failed to inspire the shares. Let’s take a look…

MIN
MIN

Minoan – Hillside loan extension (again….)

AIM-listed Greek resort hopeful Minoan (MIN) has announced yet another extension to its loan from Hillside. The terms are largely the same, but a further 1.7 million warrants at 6p are being issued, and the loan is now on demand, with a long-stop date of 31st August. This is in relation to the announcement last week that the sale of its travel and leisure business is on the way. With a long-stop date of 31st August, one might assume that at long last something is going to happen!

TRT
TRT

Transense Technologies – General Meeting approval for new equity… but just how long will the new funds last?

Transense Technologies (TRT) “is pleased to announce… application has been made for both the existing 9,548,948 ordinary shares (post share reorganisation) and the 2,500,000 placing shares to be admitted to trading on AIM”. This follows, on previously writing on the company in February, I questioning is it cash crunch ahoy?...

Bowleven – departure of last standing member of old board announced - Good!

AIM-listed Bowleven (BLVN) has announced that the one remaining member of the old board is to depart the scene at the company’s forthcoming AGM on 13 December. The company thanks Mr David Clarkson for his three years of “considerable” service and the valuable role in providing continuity following the boardroom clear-out earlier this year.

TRK
TRK

Torotrak – value destruction-enforced General Meeting held. Reckons “no further action” necessary. Hmmm…

“S656 General Meeting Update” from Torotrak (TRK). But it doesn’t seem to have released the results for its year ended 31st March 2017 as yet?…

Infrastrata – cash crunch & sack-the-board General Meeting ahoy… so it’s strategic review time!

Having bought itself some time by declaring an initial sack-the-board General Meeting requisition “invalid” (a revised, valid requisition announced by it at an attempted ‘no one watching o’clock’, 5:15 pm, on Friday), Infrastrata (INFA) has this afternoon made a “Review of stategic options & project update” announcement...

TRK
TRK

Torotrak – you couldn’t make it up, value destruction so bad that now a General Meeting is required!

An announcement from Torotrak (TRK) entitled “Section 656 of the Companies Act 2006”. Hmmm, given the record here, I guessed this wasn’t good news… It ain’t…

RXB
RXB

Rex Bionics – from 180p to 10p in less than 3 years, but expresses ‘delight’ & thanks shareholders and resigning Nomad Stifel!

“Restructuring and New Investment” announcement from Rex Bionics (RXB) sees Chief Executive Crispin Simon “delighted that the alternative options we have been pursuing have borne fruit” and Chairman David Macfarlane “warmly thank our shareholders, who have made this possible. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our nominated adviser, Stifel, for its unstinting support over the past three years”. Sounds a good outcome then, strange though as I previously noted the company approaching a transaction from the perspective of going-concern desperation. Hmmm…

AVO
AVO

More Bad News for Advanced Oncotherapy

It has arrived! My £52 costs and 32p investment in one share in AIM dog Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) is not money wasted.

Strat Aero - what is it hiding now? What do you think?

Cash guzzling, litigation embroiled, lying Strat Aero (AERO) today announced by RNS that it was to hold a General Meeting. FFS does it do this once a month? The last one ( to authorise the issue of 380 million new shares) was just five weeks ago.

Tom Winnifrith: Should I go to Guernsey on December 20 to try to vote down the African Potash GM?

The FRAUD African Potash (AFPO) has today snuck out notice of a General Meeting in an RNS which does not actually tell you what the meeting is for. It merely states that "a General Meeting ('GM') will be held at 12.00 p.m. on 20 December 2016 at Richmond House, St Julian's Avenue, St Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 1GZ.". I am sorely tempted to buy one or two shares in this company to attend and try to block the motion in hand. But I need to ask folks a question first.

CAF
CAF

Another day on the Casino: Filthy 40 China Africa yesterday “knows of no specific reason” for share price move; today restructuring and discounted placing ahoy

Shares in ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play China Africa (CAF) suddenly had a rocket under them late on Monday. Having been bumping along the bottom at around 4p for months on end, all of a sudden they shot up on Monday to 7.5p and a “know-of-no-reason” RNS duly followed at midday yesterday. This morning they have shot higher again clocking up a peak of 16p. But now, less than 24 hours after knowing of no specific reason for the share price move, the company has ‘fessed up that a restructuring and placing are on the way. 

SDY
SDY

Speedy Hire – following ripostes, Toscafund seeks to streamline attack...

Having hit out (see HERE and HERE), with ripostes from Speedy Hire (SDY) (see HERE and HERE) ahead of a 9th September General Meeting dust-up, Toscafund Asset Management has now sought to focus on what it considers “egregious corporate governance failings instigated by Jan Astrand” (the Speedy Hire Chairman it is seeking to remove)...

SDY
SDY

Speedy Hire – further responds to statements from Toscafund ahead of General Meeting dust-up...

Ahead of a 9th September General Meeting dust-up with Toscafund, Speedy Hire (SDY) has again hit back - including noting “inconsistent” statements in “Toscafund does not believe sector consolidation is vital” and Toscafund having previously noted its analysis showed “the only sure way to achieve adequate returns would be by way of industry consolidation”. This as I noted in a previous review HERE (you read it here first)…

GLS
GLS

Galasys – EGM called… oh dear, is it chairman versus CEO? And a correction….

We have already noted that AIM-listed Galasys (GLS) appears to be minus a company secretary, minus a registered office, minus a Nomad, minus a Broker and minus a NED or two since the board declared war upon itself last year. Now it seems that two disgruntled shareholders have decided enough is enough, but the implications as to what has been going on are dreadful.

Fitbug – snubbed open offer gives directors chance to demonstrate their confidence, BUT…

“Further to the Result of Open Offer announcement of 20 July 2016, the directors… of (Fitbug, FITB)… have indicated their intention to subscribe, at a price of 0.25p per share, for certain open offer shares that have not been subscribed for by qualifying shareholders”. Good, good – a chance for them to demonstrate confidence in the June results statement pronouncement that “the building blocks of a successful business are now in place” then? Erm…

SNT
SNT

Sabien Technology – GM to reduce nominal value of shares + “three month's cash to cover working capital”. Hmmm…

Sabien Technology (SNT) has released the update provided at a General Meeting held today. Why the General Meeting? … “to effect a reorganisation of the company's share capital… the nominal value of the company's ordinary share capital needs to be reduced in order to allow the company to issue new ordinary shares should it decide to do so”. Hmmm...

When is a "result of GM" not a result of GM?

We should all marvel at the care and attention of the regulatory system afforded to investors who dabble in shares listed on the world's most successful growth market. We really should. And that brings me to an RNS released yesterday at 11.59am by AIM-listed RedX Pharma (REDX) entitled Result of General Meeting. Except it wasn't a result of general meeting announcement at all.

JQW
JQW

China Fraud JQW – GM boots out NEDs but when were UK Investors told?

Already booted off the Casino after is all became too much for poor old Cairn Financial to continue as Nomad and Broker to ShareProphets AIM-China Filthy Forty play JQW (JQW), it seems that the company called a General Meeting to dump three NEDs. An announcement on the JQW investor relations website  details the passing of the resolutions, but what about the Notice of General Meeting? When did investors find out about it?

DQE
DQE

DQ Entertainment – requisitioners rock boat but no Nomad news: suspension imminent?

AIM-listed DQ Entertainment (DQE) looks set for imminent suspension on the resignation of Allenby as Nomad on 22 Feb (next Monday) as previously notified by the company on 4 Feb in controversial circumstances. Since then the company has issued three RNSs, none of which has given any update on progress on finding a replacement.

DQE
DQE

Red Flags at Night – DQ Entertainment to lose Nomad

Update: the company re-issued the RNS of last night at 7am this morning, with the correction in the title that it's Nomad was resigning. Now it could be that someone at the company thought it a bit of an oversight, or perhaps the Nomad (Allenby) insisted on the correction. Either way it would appear that any attempt to bury the bad news has backfired in spectacular fashion: the shares are off by 45% last seen. 

OPP
OPP

Origo Partners – AIM-China Filthy Forty member restructures debt

I flagged HERE that AIM-China Origo Partners (OPP) had a bit of a problem with some zero dividend preference debt. This has now been resolved with the announcement of a restructuring of the liability, subject to various conditions – not least of which is a GM. But still there are Interims to come by tomorrow in order to avoid suspension. Following a 60% decline in net assets as at FY14, will we be once again singing Where has all the money gone?

AFR
AFR

Afren updates the market when everyone IS watching – ShareProphets RNS Translation Service

This morning Afren (AFR) released an odd RNS to say that the General Meeting scheduled for last Friday which it called off had not happened. Over to the ShareProphets RNS Translation Service to explain….(original in bold)

Anarchy

Core VCT (CR3) Update – stance downgrade (but don’t sell!)

I see that the offer price is now up to 57p, a steady enough jump from the 51p offer at which these were first mentioned over the Christmas break. RNS announcements would have you believe that NAV is sitting at 82p.Don’t believe it - see HERE The real net asset value is  60.97 so the shares are no longer a buy – there isn’t enough upside now.

GPX
GPX

Gulfsands Petroleum; private shareholders’ last chance to save their company

Today is the last day that Gulfsands Petroleum’s (GPX) shareholders can submit their votes for next Tuesday’s crucial general meeting. It is no exaggeration to say that their investments depend on it.

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