24 Apr 2016 Seneal International (Alexei Khotin):29.99% Sinclare Holdings (Alexander Klyachin): 26.69% VTB bank: 13.82% JScB international Financial club: 5.89%
Free float 23.61%, below the minimum 25% rule for the FTSE index.
Sergey Koshelenko (Non-Executive chairman): Mr Koshelenko held the following positions: the chairman of the Board of the International Financial club Bank and Head of the investment Banking Department of VTB
they may as well just buy the rest of the company and de-list.
just unnecessary costs for them keep it floated. less regulation for delisted companies.
i guess they don't care about low share price because when it does finally get de-listed they have a wonderful and profitable company. which is easily worth more than double the market cap. long term earning power which would probably generate them a lot of profit in the years to come.
shame really. I would have liked to have had a… Read More
I doubt they can come out with a presentation showing transparency when the company is owned by cooperating parties who own about 80% of the stock. Instead they have gone out of their way to highlight the fact that EXI is not investable, every single action and RNS has been overtly contemptible to small shareholders. It could maybe reported to the London Stock Exchange that the free float is below the legal percentage, that it has been reported that that the two main shareholders who own over… Read More
37 new wells are due to come online this year (new drills for 2016 + 2015 wells that were not fractured/competed) so we should see a very significant increase in production every month of this year, interesting to latest monthly production figures
Bashneft is up for sale in next few months, Khotin is a named bidder along side the likes of Lukoil. Khotin tried to buy Samara-Nafta but it was sold for $2 billion to Lukoil. It was reported that Khotin had made a bid much higher than Lukoil but… Read More
It would be interesting hear the reply to what is a very pertinent question. It has been suggested by some sources that the two main shareholders who own over fifty percent of company are in effect partners who frequently invest together in other areas such as property. The other main shareholders are all Russian. The CEO has been picked by Khotin and so I am guessing the response you will receive will be one in which nothing will be admitted and everything will be denied.
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