Hi there. I invest with TD Direct (TD Waterhouse) and my portfolio now shows FOGL shares instead of DES. I am up and running so to speak. It is certainly an end of an era. Good luck in the future. ATVB BB
''...The admission to trading on AIM of the Desire Shares will be cancelled with effect from 07.00 a.m. on 6 December 2013'' . In summary no more trading as DES from 06/12/13. New 'share certificates issued' for FOGL ''no later'' than 19/12/13. Therefore this suggests everything from the 6th Dec onwards became FOGL - that's how I'm ready the RNS 5/12/13 - Good luck for 2014.
Sorry--I am dumb!! Just looked at trades and can see they have not been traded since 4th Dec DOH!!!! LSE here should not quote change of -0.125--bit confusing until one looks in Trades---which I have not lately! Keep up Mikey!!!!
If you read back over the RNS around 3rd Dec you will see that as DES shareholders we will receive .6233 FOGL shares for every DES share we hold. The bit that slightly confuses me is that on 3rd Dec it said DES shares would be suspended on the LSE on 5th Dec--the Scheme was approved on the 6th Dec and FOGL would ,take over, on 19th Dec and we would then effectively be FOGL shareholders. But as everyone can see DES shares are still being traded. My question is to those more knowledgeable---will Des shares still be traded up until 19th Dec when they will then become FOGL?? Sorry if I sound a bit dumb but the RNS has not made it clear when DES shares were traded again after the suspension!! At least I could not see that
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