i will vote against the par value resolution (resolution 7), and vote yes for all others. AB should be given time to prove he can be trusted. if in future, he needs to reduce the par value to raise money, then he can call an EGM.
The question is do we trust AB to act with our best interests in mind or not ? At the moment, with little else to cling on to, surely we have to trust AB to see this through. If not, we may as well pack our bags now. We have to start off trusting someone, and as of this moment, I would rather trust him to understand the situation that we find ourselves in than a group of PIs that really don't know the ins and outs of the situation. So in a round about way I'm saying similar to bodg, let's not shoot our knight in shining armour. Well with what we know, what other choices do we have? Voting against any motion at this stage is foolhardy in my opinion, especially as we are not privy to all of the facts. Don't forget the powers that be are going to keeping a close eye on this situation now, as the FCA etc are all very much aware of what's going on here. Best left to the experts is my vote. (Let's just hope that they are experts)
Your doing an excellent job then lol. So he should as it's difficult to stomach. No more wool pulling required. If there is a need tell us why. Having had all the seats on the bus to choose from and then only the 5 at the back needs a convincing commentary.
The question is do we trust AB to act with our best interests in mind or not ?. If we do and vote all the proposals through . Will that be the correct course of action for our benefit or not ?. Imo very many grey areas at the moment to have any idea what the best course of action for us will be . If AB is batting for us then he should provide us with enough transparency with some detailed reasoning behind his thinking. An RNS with adequate details of costs and expected revenues over time prior to re listing would help underpin the SP and give us some degree of confidence . Imo this is essential.
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