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Ariadne St Valentines day Fake News Special Part 2 - the million Euro Julie Meyer put in

By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 16 February 2018


As Julie Meyer and Ariadne Capital Group Limited, the company we are told is highly profitable but will not pay many of its bills, continued its St Valentines Day fake news offensive one claim that stuck out was that Julie Meyer had "invested more than 1 million Euro into her Maltese operations." Whatever you say Julie, but before we take that as gospel....

I bring you the share structure of ACGL from Malta's companies house HERE and the shareholder list HERE.  It shows that Ms Meyer is the owner of nearly all the shares in existence ( that is to say  all bar 1 of the 1,200,202 issued) and that the par value of the shares issued to Julie was 1200 Euro. Now maybe Julie paid a premium to par?  We do not know yet as despite boasting of ACGL being profitable it has yet to actually file its maiden accounts so that we can check a few numbers like what is in the share premium account.

So perhaps in order to prove that this is not fake news Julie might elaborate on how much these 0.1 Eurocent shares were actually issued at to her good self.  Of course as she does God's will on a daily basis Julie Meyer needs no reminding of Ephesians 1 verses 17 and 18 ( KJV natch) but for Godless folks in Malta forced to take legal action to get paid by her, a reminder:

That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him: The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints.

Here endeth the lesson. Praise be the Lord our saviour and praise be to his loyal servant Julie for investing so much in Ariadne Capital Group Limited for it is better to give than to receive.

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