LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Specialist metals company Thor Mining Plc. said the lawyers actin
g for the receiver and manager on behalf Opes Prime Group Ltd., has stated that Opes Prime did not hold any securities in Thor.
On April 3, the company requested the receiver to confirm the percentage of Opes Prime's voting rights, held through direct or indirect holdings of financial instruments in the company's shares and warrants.
On April 4, Thor Mining confirmed that none of its directors hold Thor Mining shares or warrants through an account with the collapsed Australian stockbroking group Opes Prime.
Opes Prime, a financial services group conducting business via units based in Melbourne, Sydney and Singapore, is the latest victim in the deepening global credit crisis and has been put into receivership.
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