By Tom Winnifrith | Thursday 17 September 2015
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It appears that the puppet nominal CEO of Worthington (WRN), Mr Doug Ware, is away because it is Aiden Earley who has been in touch to clarify the position regarding the earlier article…Worthington has done nothing wrong…natch.
The earlier piece is HERE
Mr Earley states:
Companies House received the Court order on 16th September 2014 (i.e last year). The failure to change it was not Worthington's error. And Worthington's accounts clearly state that there are secured loan notes of £475,000. Renatus is merely the security trustee (common in debentures) not the beneficiary. The failure of Companies House to make the alteration was only noticed recently.
If you say so Aiden.
So who got the cash? If it was Worthington what was it spent on. How much remains? Are the loan notes outstanding? What are they now secured against? And will you complete the RTO of bankrupt Nuna Minerals by the deadline of tomorrow evening?
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