RE: Judge finds that ZM is trying to steal the company05 May 2021 19:26
Was just looking up Uniserve and their share payment:
"Further to the Company's plans that were outlined in the Shareholder Circular dated 10 June 2016 ("Circular") and adopted at the Company's General Meeting on 28 June 2016, it has issued 2,398,786,214 new ordinary shares of US$0.00004 each in the Company ("New Ordinary Shares") at a price of 0.127 pence in order to create strategic alliances with service providers associated with its operations in the country of Georgia. Specifically, 2,098,937,937 New Ordinary Shares were issued to Uniserve Ltd. and 299,848,277 New Ordinary Shares were issued to Craft 07 Ltd. (both, collectively, "Service Providers").............................
........................ As described in the June Circular, issuance of these New Ordinary Shares is in consideration of procurement of $4,000,000 of oilfield services by the Service Providers. This strategic alliance will enable implementation of accelerated and more technically advanced operations over the remainder of this year and next year at the Company's South Kakheti Gas Complex and Shallow Fields Production Unit assets within its Block 12 portfolio."
RE: April 2020 RNS - Covid studies17 Apr 2021 13:59
tuan6 (13:31) You said......"Sometimes ago someone in here said a Canadian billionaire invested in Hemo with Mint fund but that is make up story and now it show off their true face".
I don't know about a Canadian billionaire but the prospectus clearly states the funding comes from a single client of Mint. "The funds for the Facility are being provided by a single client of Mint Capital, with the account being managed by Mint Capital on a discretionary basis with Mint Capital being solely responsible for managing the investment" (p7 January Prospectus).
RE: Another unsubstantiated Theory30 Mar 2021 17:54
If they buy the whole company in a "cold" hardnosed business transaction, i.e. literally buy up lots of shares, then yes they own the company, all its drug candidates and its IP. However, they don't gain the (automatic) support of the brains behind the company i.e. Vlad and the scientific team. Paying a generous lump sum maintains a "warm" relationship, access and an ongoing contribution from key individuals i.e. the brains trust. This know-how and continuity will be very valuable to Eli (or AN OTHER). Remember, employees can always walk and good ones always have a choice. I think the upfront will be significant.
Over the last few weeks there have been a number of posts that have refered to "churn" so for those not keeping a running tally of volume the churn, since the 16th February, has been just over 6.9Bn shares.
Couple of big sells (9M and 4M) this morning followed by a couple of large buys (5M and 7M) plus buys (4.2M) put through on the Aquis exchange: 18-Mar-21 12:45:34 0.205 603,660 Sell* 0.20 0.23 1,238 O 18-Mar-21 12:22:54 0.205 3,034,170 Sell* 0.20 0.23 6,220 O 18-Mar-21 11:37:33 0.205 139,536 Sell* 0.20 0.23 286.05 O 18-Mar-21 11:33:01 0.205 111,243 Sell* 0.20 0.23 228.05 O 18-Mar-21 10:21:25 0.2085 500,000 Sell* 0.20 0.23 1,043 O
A delayed trade, stamped at 16:24, for 500k at 6.38 from yesterday just appeared. Funnily enough between that time and the close yesterday there were 500K of buys at 6.5; a mix of 200K, 100K and 20K blocks.