This was a pivotal year, we have realigned bla bla bla. In short we have done absolutely nothing and I can buy myself about 5 new Porsches. Oh btw: I say the F* word during Investor Meetings and think that is very professional.
Mr Fanning is a very clever man we have been running out of money in the history of sle instead of going to market for funds we have instead got cash and land for monies this is a waiting game and hopefully the results will go our way Oisin Fanning has done a brilliant job at keeping the wolf from the door no one is happy with the sp . The polish government have screwed up our investment not Mr Fanning gla Hopefully results will go our way and we can go into double digits :-) No comment
You make personal comment's about how much you have desliked me in the past and still do...... "My comment's are liable and vindictive"...How silly....My comment's were described by me as my considered opinion, perhaps you dont think I'm entitled to one. I have noticed before your style of posting is always to report someone and again imo I think you may have had a hand in getting a number of genuine poster's suspended from this bb. Get rid of all the poster's who ask awkward question's MMmmm.. Do you not think there are some multi i'd poster's on here, you can answer because it's only your opinion and I wont report you. Haifwit if you are genuine I can only say you remind me of a kid at school who alway's went crying to teacher for the smallest thing's....Why dont you stand your corner and debate in a proper manner.
Links will the agm be filmed and released by the company on its website? That seems essential given the gravity of the situation and the fact that most shareholders, save the major holders using their shareholders funds to attend, will be unable to attend given an inability to take off work commitments to attend in Ireland when had the agm been held in London (like Aminex did) when shareholders could attend.
Without a published webcast we will be unable to tell that it has "been addressed at the agm" and verify your statement.
We will see Links but only after 5 years? I should imagine that many ordinary shareholders would appreciate Fanning and his other overpaid directors not only talking about what they are going to do to bring success for San Leon BUT ACTUALLY DOING IT and that can only be with the drill bit and in the right place and at at the correct TD.
But why wait for a scathing public criticism in the most widely read Sunday broadsheet?
One question is do they have the necessary expertise or is a lack of expertise why it has taken 5 years to "its being addressed at agm" ?
in hiding.... no not at all, just far too busy at the moment to be sat here arguing all day over something that we all already knew and can do little about.... ....yes I agree OF is paid one hell of a wage, and I wish I could earn half that amount in a year, but as I say, I as well as every other investor knew what he earned before investing so why moan now.... Hopefully we see some positive results soon enough and our luck will change and then as G1lo says who will give a dam about what OF earns.....
When a new business is set up, slowly growing over the years but have no revenue, it is common sense and prudent to go easy with expenses and wages no matter what the prospects are and projected revenue will be. Once money start coming in, then it is only fair to increase these in parity with income and profits. The more the company makes, the more they are paid and so do we (in form of a higher sp). Where is the incentive to succeed otherwise, especially at others expenses? This is how I see the way to run and grow a company in a sensible way also gaining and keeping the trust from all shareholders. Now, I am looking forward when San Leon will be worth a few billion £. I won't care less then how much he will be paid indeed.
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