By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Tuesday 22 June 2021
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Shoddy AIM promote Versarien (VRS) presents and markets itself as graphene led business. Its annual reports contain huge narrative detail on its graphene business but the plastics and hardware business barely get a mention (limited to a paragraph or two for each). Furthermore, its recent acquisitions being Hanwha Aerospace for £4.34 million and Gnanomat for £3.0 million were both in the graphene space and the graphene business now represent the majority of the goodwill on the balance sheet. It had a recent strategic investment by a South Korean firm called Graphene Lab. Its retail investor base is clearly focused on the potential for hockey stick growth in revenue and profits from graphene products as relentlessly promoted by loathsome CEO Neill Ricketts.
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