SYME will be paying the full valuation because that is what the company independent valuation has put it at. they will pay one way or another £31 million in total.that is the agreement in full. know one is going to sell a company for less than the value, why would they ? I BELIEVE YOU THINK THIS IS A CON... B etter and more knowledgeable than you will have gone through this deal
very good news and it is a substantial RNS even though in the eyes of some negative investors it isn't..what's not to like.? Some people are going to end up very wealthy if they stick with it,not alot to ask is it?
I am a ex shareholder of not so recent times but i follow this... After the vote by customers of whome 95 % agreed withy the amigo offer i am surprized and disgusted at the judges decision . neither is it a fair one ,i am also alarmed and disgusted with the FCA and it speaks volume's at just what they are like. i mentioned before that the FCA dont like these kind of company's and are like a dog with a bone . Amigos offer was both logical ,sensible and FAIR to all concerned . And most people would agree with that . The FCA must be insane to step in and pretend this is not fair. Frankly i feel sad at the outcome for both the company and its shareholders . But now what happens ? well i believe the company will try and put in a amendment but to what degree is a unknown furthermore will the FCA except it whatever this is . It would be a kick in the teeth for the FCA if amigo decided to carry out their threat but i dont think they will unless its a last resort problem now it how much longer does this go on, its really sad , its all the uncertainty of it. Does anyone know if amigo can fight it in some way . ? Can they appeal ? to a higher authority for instance .
Waiting lists within the NHS . There usually is a waiting list ,always have been ,right now as we all know the waiting list for all sorts of ops is huge and many times the norm but.. this is NOT due to staff shortages . Lots of ops were put back, not due to staff shortages but to COVID 19 ...FACT, staff were diverted to areas within that were dealing with covid patients and many of the theaters were converted temporarily to allow room for more beds , i have that information first hand .
Who says TLY have unlimited levels of staff ? Somehow i don't think so , i didn't know that for one thing if it is correct but is it . so we don't all know do we. Who says the NHS are short of staff ? Can someone on here supply some evidence ? on both counts .
Looking back to april syme states the AGM will be in June for the latest ie 2020 and a update to the actual date for this announced later so...... iIam wondering if that will also include a rns update as May is not mentioned
i am ex amigo holder, but i do follow this but i missed out due to other investments still active . i just want to say that the fca is like a dog with a bone on this . I believe amigo will survive this because if the judge doesn't uphold his 1st decision then it would defy logic and common sense because its the only way out for the company,the shareholders and the customers while the FSA would destroy everything for everyone so, i believe based on that amigo will survive if common sense prevails. and, i am speaking from a neutral stand point IF he decides to uphold his former judgement than in the days to come amigo will surge but,thats only my opinion and not based on fact GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE
Yes it stands to reason but,who is saying they need more staff anyway ? If they did need more staff they would be having a recruitment drive and i have not heard of one as such, if they coped with the influx of covid patients before they can surely manage now it has diminished but, we are not just talking about covid are we ? As we all are aware of all the other ops needed .Lets face it if they employed more fully trained staff how do you fit them all in ? and they wouldn't be hung up behind the back of a door would they. There is only so many operating theaters,and facilitys, its not a practical solution i mean those nightingale hospitals for instance ,they hadn't the staff for those. Same with TLY staff, recruitment is a problem even under normal circumstances and its nothing new. TLY simply couldn't ,that's true but neither can the NHS, but like i say who is saying they need more staff? i haven't.
No longer for the time being at breaking point or, any where near . Compared to both the lockdowns and in particular the first when there were 30000 hospitalized at its peak its around 2 thousand so not exactly on their knees currently The situation is nothing like it was in other words and, as Thordon has stated TLY can only employ more when NHS request it when the NHS get back to normal in fact on the news today The news team were in a hospital where there were only two hospitalized patients with covid The NHS have started to do other ops now even though there is a huge backlog.and have been doing for several months in effect It is not a overnight task to train up staff as everyone appreciates
Yes over 5% down against a rising market, Been a rough week ,currently under performed all week .we could certainly do with some news despite a bright outlook .lets hope its very soon. Cant be much longer now.