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seen RNs issued day after a 1 share trade has been made on some shares...and no RNs's issued on 1 share trades on other shares....hard to say either way if a 1 share trade is a code of some sort...As I am currently holding here...I sincerely hope it is...and we go up in Orbit.....GL OF
Quite a few investors do have diaiogue with manangement before they invest. Just wondered if any lengths had spoken to them and I am sure they can look at the register to see who bought the shares if it wasn't pis as you say.
Suhail I never once said to call the company and harrass them that is very assuming of you I just wondered if anyone has had previous contact with the company management. Maybe I should of written it better.
Suhail not panicking at all they did a bookbuild in itx to take woodfords shares on the low it was not rnsd there and it took a while to get through the churn has anyone contacted the company at all?
Closest i can find with little time to play, french and UK markets are run very similarly so there probably wont be much difference as im quite sure i’ve read similar in the past trading on the London stock exchange.
In addition to the legal obligation to inform the Company and the French Financial Markets Authority within four business days when thresholds representing 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 331/3%, 50%, 662/3%, 90% or 95% of the share capital or voting rights(1) are crossed, any individual or entity who directly or indirectly acquires a percentage of the share capital, voting rights or rights giving future access to the share capital of the Company which is equal to or greater than 1%, or a multiple of this percentage, is required to notify the Company within 15 days by registered mail with return receipt requested, and declare the number of securities held.
In case the shares above these thresholds are not declared, any shares held in excess of the threshold and undeclared may be deprived of voting rights at future Shareholders' Meetings if, at that meeting, the failure to make a declaration is acknowledged and if one or more shareholders holding collectively at least 3% of the Company’s share capital or voting rights so request at that meeting.
All individuals and entities are also required to notify the Company in due form and within the time limits stated above when their direct or indirect holdings fall below each of the aforementioned thresholds.
Good example take Miton, they had around 9.5% however their notification arrived at 0% and not 8/7/6 etc.
Dont know if your aware but Miton have been selling on multiple aim shares across their portfolio, a change of direction for the company maybe? Similar to Ruffer who openly said they’re leaving aim and focusing on more stable markets.
No you wouldn’t Suhail, say if on Monday 12pm you took your holding from 7% to 8% but on Wednesday at 9.30am you bought more which took it to 10% you then have an additional 2 days in which to notify. So in a nutshell if the buyer has finished buying within 2 days he would need to notify the market. There are thresholds where a buyer surpasses which have to be notified to the market, i dont know (or think) its every 1% but can check this online and confirm tomorrow.
I know some investors do buy strategically to stay under thresholds so to not notify the market etc until they’re ready to and a small purchase later they’l do so having passed the threshold.
As it appears some posters do not understand the TR1 filing regulations, here they are. The timing has got nothing to do with when someone "finishes buying". If an investor crosses the 3% threshold and every 1% after that, they must file a TR1 within two days.
For CTEA, 3% is 96,720,000 shares:-
In accordance with the London Stock Exchange (LSE) rules, an investor who acquires, exceeds or falls below 3%, 4%, 5%, 6%, 7%, 8%, 9%, 10% and each 1% threshold thereafter up to 100% of a UK Company, must, under the Companies Act 1985 Section 198, disclose their interests to the London Stock Exchange and the company, within two days.
Suhail i’ve read your research and im impressed by the effort you put in, the fact you found your way to our other vested share makes me believe your doing something right, so well done and dont be detracted by negative comments as haters will always hate. Regarding CTEA it seems awfully cheap given the summary provided and now is a good time to invest into bombed out shares as theres a few recently that have recovered and recovered well. GL
Catenae (AIM: CTEA), the AIM quoted provider of digital media and technology, announces that, following the announcement released by the Company on 18 July 2019, despite its investment and sales initiative, revenue in the second half of its financial year will be below management expectations. The Company's targeted sectors are depressed with a reluctance to commit to investment, especially in the wider context of the economic slow-down and current political uncertainty with regards to Brexit.
Consequently, losses for the year will be higher than expected. However, given the recent corporate restructuring and a resultant significant lowering of overheads, the Board is confident in the future of the business.
The Company continues to carefully manage its working capital position and will need to raise further capital in the near future. Further announcements will be made in due course.
FundingThe Board has continued to review the expenditure of the business to ensure that the appropriate resources are in place to allow the Company to focus on marketing and selling the products that are now developed. In addition, the Board has continued to manage the balance sheet with net liabilities reduced to £399,980 (30 Sept 2018: £891,929).
During the period, the Company raised funds through the issue of shares to support the development of the business. The Company raised £995,000 cash and settled £95,055 of services through the issue of shares. The Company continues to carefully manage its working capital position and is currently considering a number of funding opportunities. Further announcements will be made in due course.
OutlookThe board is also looking to further strengthen its capabilities and expects to announce changes in due course.
The Company is now in a position where it is taking advantage of the existing product suite and is seeing growth in terms of potential pipeline and converted sales. The Company continues to look at opportunities that enable it to expand its reach into new sectors and to significantly increase its growth.