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Time to count ones blessings FWIW. They could still own the T&L business ! How times change - at the time I thought that Zachary & Wilson & his merry band of followers had pulled one over on the BoD and negotiated a good deal for themselves. But now its a completely different story and looks like the opposite applies - what goes round comes round IMV Arsenal.
The current Bod are still up against it but without the T&L business there's still all to play for here (for the time being anyway).
Glad I baled at 97p Guy on these boards back in 2004 said the British directors did not know what they were getting into. How right he was Now the Greek Government is talking about taking over unused sites fot Islamic refugees
Interestingly this is now heading down towards the sort of level it should’ve been at long ago. If it gets to around a £1m valuation (circa 0.2p) then that would present a more reasonable balance of risk and reward. Definitely wouldn’t be one for widows and orphans though, given the massive risk of zero return.
Where are these so called people ? Why are they not giving any guidance on what is going to happen moving forward and could this be the final nail in the coffin for investors , just be very careful here as this is getting desperate !
Bang on mate and that is simply because they don’t look at the facts which as we have said ,barren land in a debt ridden untrustworthy country along with a BOD who have for decades took a salary and done Nothing for it Fact
I’m not bothered I have said all long my grievances so it is up to you and shareholders to make your choice all I would say is simply look at the facts not the papers after all the BOD don’t say anything and e are at the start of a new decade again
I doubt very much that you are in the slightest bit worried for shareholders, in fact history dictates you just want to rub their noses in it when times are bad - a shallow insincere character who hides behind the real truth.
Over three months since a meaningful update from this company’s geriatric chair. Could it be that nobody wants to do a deal for barren land in a bankrupt country when global tourism has shut down? Why did they leave it so late? How can they repay the large loan that is due soon? I’m very worried for shareholders here.
last month buys were 5.4M and sells 5.8M - a month where the sellers efforts were mopped up by buying. Very low volume and the share price tanked by 35%.
This month is very different.
So far four days trading has produced buys 4.3m (ALREADY!) and sells only 1.4M nearly 3M net difference and we are back to where we were a month or so ago.
MM's stocks must be getting more depleted by the day so will soon be on the offensive for more games to relieve punters of their shares. Hold tight and any buying will inevitably produce an upwards surge as in the last two days.
An increasing number of major foreign firms are making small yet targeted investments in Greece. These are brands with an international presence and reputation, and, most importantly, significant scope for growth.
Teddy Sagi Apart from these relatively small investments, there are also a few major moves that are currently in the works. Kathimerini has learned, for example, that Israeli billionaire Teddy Sagi is on the lookout for interesting opportunities in Greece. The key shareholder of gambling software development company Playtech, among other ventures, recently met with Georgiadis and made his intention to invest in Greece known. According to Forbes magazine, Sagi is worth 4.1 billion dollars.
After lengthy discussions, which started in the summer of 2018, we have been able to appoint an internationally recognised team of designers, architects, and planners (the “Team”) to provide designs and plans, which themselves will enhance the site’s natural attractions to partners. The Team includes, inter alia, Desani, an internationally known design consultancy with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, London and Athens, Vassily Laffineur an Associate at the award winning architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop (the Workshop), plus the renowned group of master planners at Chicago Consultants Studio (CCS).
Both Desani and the Workshop are experienced in Greece, where the Workshop were the architects for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre in Athens, a €566m project completed in 2016 and gifted to the Greek state in 2017.
For Itanos Gaia the task has been to create an updated master plan plus contemporary and high-end plans for the villas and hotels within the Project. These designs, under the new title the ‘Cloisters of Toplou’ (a name derived from the beautiful cloisters within the Holy Monastery of Toplou whose donation of land made the Project possible), have been released to selected international clients of the Team who have expressed an interest in partnering with Minoan for hotel and or villa development. The reaction has been very positive and discussions continue.
LOYALWARD LTD Tourism Investment. The project is about the development of luxurious hotels along with a golf course and special facilities (spa etc.) in the area of Cavo Sidero in Sitia, Crete.
The investor’s request for the inclusion of its investment proposal in the Strategic Investments Procedures of Law No. 3894/10 has been approved by the Interministerial Committee for Strategic Investments-ICSI (Official Government Gazette 3294, Issue B, December 10th 2012), and the investment has been included in the Fast Track procedure. The project’s inclusion, was followed by the ICSI’s decision no. 23/13-11-2013 (Official Government Gazette 2931, Issue B’, November 20th 2013), which approved the establishment of a Special Plan for the Spatial Development (?S??S?) of the Strategic Investment "ITANOS GAIA", according to procedure of Article 24 of Law 3894/2010, as applicable, under the new transitional provision of Article 5 § 5 of Law 4146/2013.
ITANOS GAIA is about a tourism development of five luxurious hotels of total capacity of 1.936 beds. The project includes an 18 hole heathland golf and international level spa. The overall investment cost amounts to € 267,7 Million. Project Owner is the British Company «Loyalward Ltd.» a wholly owned subsidiary of Minoan Group Plc. which is listed in the Exchange of London and is active on the tourism and the travel sector.
ITANOS GAIA was considered to be an obvious strategic investment with multiple quantitative and qualitative significant impacts on the overall national economy, which will contribute to the exit of the country from the financial crisis with the creation of 1200 equivalent new direct jobs and an important number of indirect jobs, the prolongation of the tourism period, the improvement of the competitiveness of the Greek Tourism product while also the benefit from taxes, duties and social security contributions.