The real issue here though is ‘Cause and Effect’ …. All this type of negative posting imo is turning people way from reading the factual posts so…whoever is doing it for whatever reason is contributing to that on this lse board. Maybe it’s what everyone wants while we sit and wait ..or not it is not helpful to genuine investors .but it maybe helpful to others , eh ?
Page18 2.6 Securitisation of IP Financing The Company intends to finance its medical device subsidiary companies in the majority by Luxembourg Securitisation debt financing. Securitisation under the Securitisation Law is a transaction by which a securitisation undertaking acquires or assumes, directly or through another undertaking, risks relating to claims, other assets, or obligations assumed by third parties or inherent to all or part of the activities of third parties and issues securities, whose value or yield depends on such risks. Securitisation is the pooling of intangible assets, namely patents and financing the acquisition of these pooled assets with the issuance of debt securities. Compartments Under the Securitisation Law and the articles of association (status) of CIC Fund Securitisation S.A., the board of directors (conseil administration) of CIC Fund Securitisation S.A. may create one or more compartments, each corresponding to a distinct part of the CIC Fund Securitisation S.A.'s assets and liabilities, such that the assets of a compartment are exclusively available to satisfy the rights of the investors and creditors of that compartment and that recourse of a compartment's investors and creditors is, by law, limited to that compartment's assets. One of the segregated compartments of CIC Fund Securitisation S.A. is Compartment PureFlowCath. Stuart J. Bromley is the one hundred per cent (100%) beneficial owner of CIC Fund Securitisation S.A. and a thirty-two per cent (32%) owner of CIC Capital Ltd.
Sadly , very sadly , it is not an ideal world, and Cadence has taken longer to develop its assets and strategy than anyone thought, but finally it looks like we are about to head back to where we should have been all those years ago, definitely stronger in assets and focus . It may still take a while yet who knows but it looks like more people are joining again as the PR Bus turns (I’m referring to Facebook and Twitter at the mo ) up the heat.
Btw Mio has a trading halt …..I know, we have little investment there around but it’s iron ore and lithium in Aus with Glencore connections .
Just a thought ,Sonora has also got loads of potash which is now also going to be very scarce as Russia was a big exporter. and with no restrictions like the Mexicans are trying to put on the lithium . Just another option …trying to be positive ;