A bit strong Andy but you are right that it is concerning if one individual's error set this all in motion, I would assume that if this is the case that action was taken as it is likely we are still paying his wage.
I think the problem is that they went to the less discriminating nomads too late in the day, whether or not more could have been done sooner is something only the bod know, as us the amount of progress made whilst Ivan was out of the country.
No I'm afraid I don't believe it. There's clearly a massive backstory here that they are not disclosing (and indeed have been told not to disclose). Ivan is putting a positive face on it (that's his job) but that's just spin over what is clearly an almighty road crash.
Let's be frank here. AIM has some really really dodgy companies on it, and some NOMADs that will quite happily represent them provided they get their retainer. For an existing AIM-listed company to be turned down time and time again by other potential nomads (four!) tells you there is a massive structural problem.
We'll never know the full story, but if the fine chaps that compose the more "tolerant" end of the NOMAD community won't touch it that pretty much tells you all you need to know.
It won't be on here,this board will disappear soon. Hard to put much faith in comments attributed to Ivan Couchman after the recent track record. Hope I'm wrong. Had a good day with AMC after holding for five years. You win some you lose some. GLA
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