I second Wigglys comments on fab post by BigBytenow. Here patience is the key to unravel the bio-tech marvels of this company. I am sure there will news after news, about every fortnight from now onwards introducing a successful product one after another , as there are so many lined up IMO.
Sometimes when i start to think of so many chain of upcoming announcements , i admit to become some-what euphoric to say the least. When i introduce this product to many in the medical field , i see their jaw dropping either looking at the potential of AVCT or at my euphoric stance. Ha Ha Sell at this stage to regret , IMO GLA Cheers MKumar
Dio - you are right about MTR - WoW - I guess similar will be GGP. Is MTR hike due to share consolidation from 10 to 1 or any other reason - tring to understand for GGP holders and how does that work? one learned people here can answer this.
David and Dark Knight- Thank you for clarifying. On balance i think at ( these levels of 27p) it is a good buy - given the potential of gold , the company , POX hub, and dividend. I just topped up.- Hope many here agree
How much to trust ? - Time will tell However after long meeting and listening to MrP Hambro, everyone seem to be willing to give him a chance, although i may be wrong. - Do note now the SP is stabilising around 27p- hope this continues Not sure what LTHs here think ????
Moscow. 30 June. INTERFAX.RU - The founder of Petropavlovsk POG Pavel Maslovsky, the company's founding director Danila Kotlyarov and several other independent directors did not get on the new board of directors of the gold mining company. The Council asked the British regulator to check the actions of the shareholder Konstantin Strukov.
This is stated in a press release Petropavlovsk.
The analysis of the voting results showed that the inclusion of Maslovsky, Kotlyarov and others in the council was opposed by the new largest shareholder - Yuzhuralzoloto, which is controlled by the family of Konstantin Strukov (22.37%), Everest and Slevin (together 12.09%), and Fortiana Holdings Vladislav Sviblov (at the time of voting Sviblov controlled 4.62%, and then sold most of the package), they decided on the council.
The interests of Everest and Slevin for two years were represented by Nikolai Lustiger, who, as noted in the council, was in close contact with Strukov.
The board of directors of Petropavlovsk asked the British M&A committee to investigate Strukov’s actions regarding possible violation of the rules of M&A transactions.
For the period until the next meeting of shareholders, the board of directors of Petropavlovsk appointed its deputy director, Al Samokhvalov, instead of Pavel Maslovsky. She also joined the interim board of directors.