Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Absolute Capital Mgmt Hldgs LSE:ACMH London Ordinary Share KYG006011079 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial - - - - 1.34

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/10/2011
08:23
Thanks for this...otherwise would never have known about it (due to sharecrazy continually moving accounts around)...... doubled my investment so if this is the end, then not too bad!
jamie62
03/10/2011
18:34
Cheers for flagging this just got to my Halifax account, nice little bonus, Still a mystery what this outfit was ever about! But got more in cash than I invested All the best
pelleeds1980
01/10/2011
14:45
I got a dividend cheque this morning, 0.66p per share. The enclosed note states that this represents the return of all material value to shareholders and no further dividends will be paid. Looks like the end of the story.
ajnmx
08/2/2011
14:51
not sure about the rules in the Cayman Islands
jamie62
06/2/2011
21:29
Wish I knew the status of this company. I tried emailing the address on their website, but this was their reply: "All ACMH queries should be directed to Glenn Kennedy, glenn@abcapman.com as Xanthus Asset Management has been operating as a separate entity for over 2 years. " I don't really know what this means. I tried emailing Glenn but there has been no response. Aren't companies supposed to provide information to their shareholders?
ajnmx
14/1/2011
09:18
Ok no worries thanks Ian, bit clear as mud the whole thing but cant complain as divi was a great surprise
pelleeds1980
13/1/2011
21:06
Might not be what you want to hear, but: - company still exists - you still own shares - therefore, no disposal for CGT purposes
ianbrewster
13/1/2011
20:28
Hi guys how are you dealing with this for CGT purposes. Obviously got the divi income, but can we claim for the loss on the capital yet? Thanks in advance
pelleeds1980
04/8/2010
12:43
No just come on here to check actually. Was completely out of the blue last year and never even knew what it was for!
pelleeds1980
29/7/2010
22:05
I'm still following this. No divs for me, no idea about report and accounts. I don't think they actually need to file them being a Cayman company. June's fund performance is on their website, so they're still in business. Beyond that I know nowt.
ajnmx
26/7/2010
15:13
It is now exactly a year since the last dividend of 7pps was paid. Has anyone received one this year? Does anyone have access to the Report and Accounts?
rj allen
22/10/2009
21:42
Does anyone know anything about this co yet? Given current performance in the current bull market, I can't see this divi being repeated in the near future. http://www.xassetm.com/investor.php
ajnmx
08/10/2009
10:26
therefore taxed at the full 40% and not the 32.5% (if a higher rate tax payer) or 10% (if not a higher rate tax payer)
jamie62
30/9/2009
21:45
Yes. It was paid gross as it was from a Cayman company, so no tax credit attached.
ajnmx
26/9/2009
09:35
Anyone know the tax implication of the divi we received? Ie do you need to disclose it
pelleeds1980
25/8/2009
14:50
i quite agree !
jamie62
19/8/2009
14:16
as long as they keep paying me more than i paid per share in divi's i'm happy!
99damo
18/8/2009
20:30
There should be one for the year ending December 2008 at some point soon. Maybe things will become clearer then.
ajnmx
17/8/2009
13:49
Nope - as it is delisted there is no listed "price" info, and is located in the Cayman Islands - I have no idea of the reporting requirements on a company based in the Cayman Islands. We may get an annual report once a year about 10 months after the year-end, if we are lucky.
jamie62
17/8/2009
09:45
indeed... Does anyone know of anywhere i can keep track of this company? ie news, prices, anything!
99damo
13/8/2009
06:41
Good stuff so we may be in for more down the line all very opaque but great news for us
pelleeds1980
12/8/2009
20:53
this was always a going concern. they delisted to save costs and at the same time offered a share buyback (at a rediculously low price) to allow holders to get rid of their shares easily. the biggest shareholders declined to take part (which was my reasoning, coupled with the fact that I would have got about peanuts back). there is supposed to an "internal" market to sell shares on (wonder what they are NOW valued at?). i suspect that they will continue to trade, pay divis (to give the shareholders a return) and, if market conditions rebound, re-list somewhere.
jamie62
12/8/2009
13:40
The plot thickens! Reckon we'll get more cash down the line?
pelleeds1980
12/8/2009
13:39
There's signs of life! The Xanthus website has now been updated with fund performance to June. All the funds are down though so where the cash for this divi came from is a mystery. But it looks like it's continuing business.
ajnmx
03/8/2009
14:26
I have to say that having this board helped me in convincing them that I knew that a dividend had been paid .... as for the reason/explanation of the dividend, I am in the dark. However, as it was for twice the cost of my investment, I am quite happy. Makes me wonder, if we are likely to receive future dividends or an improved offer to buy our shares.
jamie62
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