I've now received notification that SER shares cannot remain in an ISA account, so they will be moved over to an ordinary holdings account. The reason being is that SER stock does not meet the eligibility rules for ISA investments.... So, if they do come back in any fashion it will cost more money, through taxation.... Or transferring them again, but not sure that secondary listing will ever happen anyway ....
Major share holder, so you made a huge error of judgement then based on what the old board were telling you and doing. I now feel sorry for you, because no matter what is said on these boards, (some in fun, some in anger) I don't like seeing anyone lose money, and I mean anyone... But, here's the thing, I know I've said it many times before but, please stop saying things as FACT, because surely you know by now it isn't FACT until it's happened, and at the moment SER is in deep do do, no matter what you or other "Large Share Holders" think or do.
ST- you know I like you and your posts, but just my opinion that maybe you should have wrote what you just said to me >>>> "as a major shareholder and talking to others who requested the requisition, yes, I can state as a fact that major shareholders are supporting this, not in my opinion. I have been in regular contact with shareholders totalling in Excess of 25%" --------- instead of "I can assure everyone" ------- just some constructive criticism :-)
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