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More questions for embattled Mayan CEO Charlie Wood re a Mr Stephen Lundy

By Mr Karma | Sunday 28 October 2018

Disclosure: I own shares in one or more of the stocks mentioned. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.

All things seem to be quiet down at the ranch that is Mayan Energy (MYN) but word reaches Mr Karma that the temperature is about to be ratcheted up there on one of AIM’s most value destructive CEO’s – Charlie Wood. 

Readers will recall that Wood survived the AGM vote in which Richard Jennings of Align was spearheading calls to remove him. But as Zac Phillips pointed out last week his behaviour with regard to Deloro is indefensible and he should be walking the plank and more..

I can now disclose that aside from the voting of the Deloro shares that, surprise, surprise Charlie Wood controls with his wife, that one of his other (very few) chief supporters at the AGM is a chap by the name of Stephen Lundy. Lundy operates an IFA outfit in Manchester called Bespoke Capital Solutions and, we understand, controls a good percentage of the Mayan share float on behalf of a few of his clients. Lundy also posts under the handle “Helpful” on the lunatic asylum that is the LSE – readers might want to check out his posts there and unwavering support for the company in Wood in the face of overwhelming evidence of misdeeds by Mayan’s management.

What is intriguing to us is that the document below that has been passed to us highlights Lundy’s own personal involvement in a placing in Mayan’s previous guise – Northcote Energy. You will see that Lundy was, at that point, being chased for the sum of £40,000 in relation to his defaulting on this. Who was involved with Northcote Energy at the time? Of course Mr Charlie Wood.

 Call us cynics but we posit that it is interesting that Wood’s most fervent supporter now was, just over 2 years ago in debt to Northcote/Mayan for the sum of £40,000.

Perhaps one for AIM’s most useless and discredited Nomads - Beaumont “lashings of custard with spotted dick” Cornish to investigate with regards to issues of undue influence on the part of Wood over Lundy? AIM Regulation may have an interest in this too...


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