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Octagonal - First gazette for Company Strike off - is there an RNS due perhaps?

By Tom Winnifrith | Monday 10 July 2017


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Any company employing disgraced Nilesh Jagathia of Teathers infamy is a good bet either to go tits up or to get into a spot of bother for not filing documents properly at Companies House. And that brings us to Octagonal (OCT) PLC where clueless Nilesh does the books.

Is the First Gazette - a notice of an intent to strike the company off - which you can see below, a sign that Octagonal is going bust or that Nilesh is just incompetent or both? Perhaps an RNS to say what is afoot would not go amiss?


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