They could tender for them, or if feeling nasty could just throw thier 70% weight around, shame as cns in right sector for 2015
Also the " reviewing AIM" listing at bottom of these rubbish results didnt help, CNS raised burnt c £10mln + in last few years in placings
Wow there are some guys with deep pockets in this company - would like to have lunch with Jens Montanana. Also Richard Koch (big shareholder) has just stumped up nearly £1m. Between them they're taking 29m of the 50m new shares and Jens isn't done there, giving us a £0.5m loan too. Thinking about it more, I think they could well go private, that statement 'will continue to assess, on a periodic basis, whether an AIM listing remains appropriate.' does sound promising. I reckon voluntary de-listing should mean a reasonable tendering for our shares - I'm averaging 16p. Do you find it promising or ominous?
As usual the top man stumps up for a decent amount, which is good news ....... that AIM news though says best wait to see if there is a SP reversal on the back of some good news because if there isn't CNS could potentially de-list.
I was surprised to read this in today's RNS that they're considering leaving. Don't think we have any other listing do we? Note the Directors and a few major shareholders have over 70% of the stock so there will be no stopping them whatever they decide to do. Maybe they think funding will be easier with a different listing, surely they don't want to go private?
@ 10p - just when some people thought it wasn't coming. Looks to me like the probability, if not 'leak', of this has been increasing the last month. Some good trading pointers though so may not be all bad at all. However, surely will be down to 10p forthwith.
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