I can only see good news going forward. No way are GJ and the Board going to let the FCA scupper this after all the brilliant hard work they have done to repair Amigo. I don't honestly think the FCA can do anything next Wednesday anyway but I suspect that GJ etc will be talking to them and appease them before the Court sanction of the SOA in any event. I believe all the fences have been jumped and we now have a small hurdle to jump to get to the winning line
RE: Fca can’t be arsed to turn up.. how can they oppose11 May 2021 16:13
I've just had a thought - if the FCA had opposed the scheme initially that could well have influenced people and meant a NO vote so I wonder if this was done deliberately to get the scheme through but save face if the s..t hits the fan later??
RE: Fca can’t be arsed to turn up.. how can they oppose11 May 2021 15:49
Also, do the FCA actually have any legal standing as far as the SOA goes? They are just a regulator and can only put forward their views which they did in March - it doesn't look good a regulator changing their mind just because the creditors voted in favour of the scheme which is the only information we have at the moment