Yes figgy found it online. I was trying to find out more on the producing and non producing assets and trying to get a sense of how the business is ( or not ) still in operation and stumbled across it.
JWD that’s the price it was executed at but it wasn’t executed at the time it was reported as it was off book. When it gets reported this site will record it as a buy or sell depending on the price at the time of reporting and not at execution. It’s unreliable in both directions often you see buys as sells and viceversa
Yuri the fca didn’t, they said they didn’t support the scheme but would not move against it yet reserved the right to.
A letter of non objection is a completely different ball game. If there was some kind of placing/issue I will be topping up If it is accompanied by the letter of non objection and the funding waiver is sorted.
The big thing that was missing before was a “ letter of non objection “ from the fca. Now assuming that can be agreed ( and that is something that is very much within FCAs remit ) and bearing in mind we now know that creditors WILL vote for a scheme. If we see over the next few weeks that the funding performance waivers are to be extended AND we get the letter of non objection I reckon regardless of the details of the scheme this will zoom back to the 30 - 40p area in pretty short order! Now the details of the scheme will pretty much decide if it stays static at that point, rises on from that point or gives up some of the rise again …