I cant make it SD. But not had anything yet anyway by way of forms. My shares got removed today and my broker said share certs on the way. If we want to vote we need to contact compuershare apparently. Although on the record date, 25 Jan, the shares would have been in our brokers nominee name still... hmmm.
to this meeting from on here? By the way, I have not received any communication from my broker, or from TGL, so if I want to go along and vote, what sort of ID will I have to bring? Anyone know how this works?
Also, is anyone who is going prepared to make ask some hard hitting questions? After all we have been lied to up to now about 90% of the time, it would be nice to know exactly what their strategy is going forwards, cards on the table please? Also, are they planning on making an offer for our new shares, this is might be part of this lots strategy. Lets face it, the way markets have been so far this year, they have a very good excuse for not re-listing anytime soon, so it is highly likely that they will continue to do whatever they want for as long as they want with little regards to us PI's after this vote is down and dusted.
"Sure there are many start-ups we highlighted that are clearly tech motivated. Take Cambridge Quantum Computing…well it’s in the name! An amazing business, developing an operating system to drive faster quantum computers and busy patenting an algorithm for a secure currency platform. And, hey, it’s always good to start with one outside of London, as I’m pleased to note not all our innovators came from the capital."
Uber successful global concierge company Quintessentially's accounts were recently filed nine months late:
"Need that table, ticket, or rare item? Meet Aaron Simpson the upmarket fixer who knows the habits of the super rich By Sarah Bridge for The Mail on Sunday Published: 22:02, 5 September 2015 | Updated: 10:37, 7 September 2015" ... It set up hundreds of businesses, covering everything from wine and fitness to education. That model is being restructured, which Simpson says is why accounts were filed nine months late. ‘Give me a break,’ he says. ‘I’ve waited six months for my tax refund.’ ... While the concierge business has about £18.6 million in sales and makes £1 million in annual profit, these other activities mean the group’s total turnover is £65 million and it makes £4 million a year. ... " http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-3223583/We-tracking-customers-s-valuable-information-Meet-upmarket-fixer-knows-habits-super-rich.html
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