|hi joosepi, have you received a reply from the FSA yet?|
|hi guys, I also had invested about 1500 in bella media shares which now do not appear in my account. What happened? I do not kee pa regular eye on my portfolio and i only noticed the holding had dissapeared some weeks ago....Can anyone shed some light?|
|So at the point below £700.000 of csh sitting in Bella Media account.
It is not a question of there might or might not be a refund made to shareholders.
Put it this way I want to know where did the £700.000 of shareholders cash go.
I will be writing to the FSA.
Investment in Bella Media plc
The Board of Thalassa Holdings Ltd (AIM: THAL.L) is pleased to announce that, on 9th October, the Company's subsidiary, Thalassa Private Investments Ltd, has taken, via a subscription of £150,000 for new shares, a 27% stake in Bella Media plc, a cash shell, containing c. £550,000 of cash, which recently delisted from AIM. In connection with this investment Duncan Soukup and Julian Henley-Price have joined the Board of Directors of Bella Media plc.|
CITYPOINT INVESTMENTS PLC - Important Information
Further to the placement of the Company into Members' Voluntary Liquidation on 25th March 2011, we have received notification that the CityPoint Investments PLC (formerly Bella Media PLC) shares are no longer eligible to be held within the UK Settlement System.
We have therefore removed the CityPoint Investments PLC shares from your account.
Should we receive a distribution as a result of the liquidation of the Company, we will notify you at that time. Please note, however, that there can be no certainty that such a distribution will be made.|
|You bet it is all bll needs to do is pull its finger out seek a target and get going.|
Anything to do with us?|
|Renewable Power & Light shares suspended2010-05-18 11:40:47[Go Back]Business Financial Newswire - Trading in Renewable Power & Light shares has been suspended following the resignation of the Company's nominated adviser, Grant Thornton and the Company's broker, Fiske.
At the same time, Chairman Michael Reynolds has issued a statement saying that it is virtually inevitable at a meeting requisitioned today by Thalassa Holdings and CityPoint Holdings that the current board with the exception of Timothy Hunstad wil be removed.
He adds: The current Board have made their position regarding Thalassa and CityPoint's behaviour as shareholders very clear over the last few months, since Thalassa and CityPoint's announcement preventing the Company from carrying out its previously shareholder approved investment policy.
"The Board, by requesting that Thalassa and CityPoint propose an alternative investment policy to the one they had rejected and by seeking to negotiate a smooth transition, have tried to ascertain the intent of these shareholders.
"However, having received none of the information requested, the Board continues to be of the strong conviction that these shareholders' ultimate intention has been to take control of your Company and its cash balances
Director appointments &change
RNS Number : 1454M
Renewable Power and Light Plc
19 May 2010
Renewable Power & Light plc
Board Changes, Change of Registered Office
19 May 2010
The Company announces that Duncan Soukup, Peter Redmond and Robert Porter have today been appointed directors of the Company.
A brief biography of each of the new directors is set out below.
C. Duncan Soukup, Executive Chairman
Mr Soukup has 30 years of investment experience and has served on the boards of numerous public companies. Mr Soukup is the founding shareholder and Chairman of Thalassa Holdings Ltd, an AIM listed company.
Peter Redmond, Non-executive Director
Mr Redmond has over 25 years of experience in corporate finance and venture capital and is Chief Executive Officer of Merchant Capital Limited. He has been active in reconstructing a number of AIM companies as investing companies in recent years and each of these have since successfully acquired or established operating businesses.
Robert Porter, Non-executive Director
Mr Porter is a qualified accountant with over 17 years of international investment and private banking experience. Since 2000 he has served on the boards of a number of AIM listed and private companies in the manufacturing, TMT and marketing consultancy sectors and is also a non-executive director of Optimisa plc.
what does anyone make of the above,is bella (citypoint holdings) getting ready to relist?|
|Any news yet.|
|RNS Number : 6980I
Thalassa Holdings Limited
17 March 2010
Thalassa Holdings Ltd
("the Company", Ticker THAL.L )
Update on investment in Renewable Power & Light plc
("RPL", Ticker RPL.L)
The Boards of the Company and CityPoint Holdings Ltd ("CPH") confirm that they
have issued a notice to requisition a general meeting of RPL (as set out in full
in the letter to RPL below which is also available on the Companys website
www.thalassaholdingsltd.com) to propose, in summary, the following resolutions:-
1. to appoint Messrs Duncan Soukup, Peter Redmond and Robert Porter to the
board of RPL and to remove the current board with the exception of Mr Timothy
The Company and CPH would welcome potential nominations for RPL directors from
2. to discontinue the current investment strategy to wind RPL up, and
3. to become an investment company which shall seek to acquire or invest in
one or more opportunities which the newly appointed board consider to be
undervalued or to have potential growth prospects.
The proposal to replace the current board of RPL was reached following the
voting down of all the resolutions proposed by the board of RPL at the general
meeting held on 15 February 2010 and, most importantly, because the board of RPL
failed to inform shareholders that they had received, prior to the that general
meeting, a competing and substantially higher offer for RPL's US subsidiary, at
a 100,000% premium to the $1 price that the board of RPL was recommending.
The Company and CPH are convinced that their proposals for change are in the
best interests of ALL RPL shareholders and would request that those RPL
shareholders who agree with the proposed resolutions make their voting
intentions known to the board of RPL.
Should the board of RPL, other than Mr Hunstad, voluntarily tender their
resignations and appoint the proposed nominees in their place as a result of RPL
shareholders making their intentions known to the board of RPL, the Company and
CPH would immediately withdraw the requisition thereby saving RPL (and
ultimately its shareholders) the time and expense of this formal process.|
|Still waiting for news with bated breath.|
|I have just called my stockbroker, he cant shed any light on the subject at the moment, but will let me know when and if anything happens. Looks like my shares are floating around cyber space at the moment.|
|rpl will distribute cash to its shareholders, as assets are sold.
where bll shareholders will benifit is complex, such is the matrix of the share aquisitions, its unclear if bll will benifit at all.
the ticker for renewable power and light is: rpl, it is quoted on aim. It is a registered company at companies house, it has no current business and no current business plan, it seems only to live to sell its assets.
much further detail is required from Duncan Soukup to support his bullish statement at "Investment in Bella Media plc"|
|What about a new share price|
|Quick question, I hold Bella Media and have for many years and in its previous form, should I have recevied a new certificate in the name of CPI plc?|
|Thalassa Holdings Ltd
Acquisition of a stake in Renewable Power & Light plc
The Company is pleased to announce that on 18 January 2010 it, together with
CityPoint Holdings Ltd, acquired a combined beneficial interest in 26,487,430
ordinary shares in Renewable Power & Light plc ("RPL", AIM : RPL.L), which
represents a total of 29.8% of the current issued share capital based on
88,764,646 shares in issue as per RPL's web site dated 16 December 2009.
The Company acquired 9,827,430 ordinary shares, which represents 11.07% of the
current issued share capital, at a price of 3p per share. Additional
consideration, of up to 1p per share, may be due if RPL's net assets are
subsequently found and announced to be greater than 3.75p per share.
CityPoint Holdings Ltd acquired 16,660,000 ordinary shares, which represents
18.77% of the current issued share capital, on the same day and on the same
terms.CityPoint Holdings Ltd is a subsidiary of CityPoint Investments plc ("CPI
plc", formerly Bella Media plc). The Company is deemed under the Takeover Code
to be acting in concert with CPI plc by virtue of its 27% equity ownership CPI
dont know what to make of above but at least some update|
|Still waiting for something to happen.|
|Can't find anything out.All quiet again.|
|ANY NEWS ON TAKEOVER ?IS THIS GOOD NEWS COMING FOR SHAREHOLDERS IN THIS ONE ?|
|Solarno you said you were going to read the article, when you have, then please make a useful input!
Not have a go at me for bringing the issue to attention of shareholders in the first place
Happy new year|
|as you are so fired up JOOSEPI get on and organise it instead of leaving it upto others|
|ilovit READ Read Read!!!!!! what do you mean legal.
This was railroaded,at christmas, in the hope that most shareholders would do as expected! "put ther heads in the sand" and in the new year and walk away! The only way for money back?
Sue the directors, there is no defence for what they pulled off.
Bll shareholders (those with a bit of "fire in there belly") and a win or no fee firm of lawyers, should go and get our asset, the cinema group, we all invested in, back, then a return of our diluted losses made.|
|wow terrific find guys ,it surely will have small print that all is done and dusted LEGALLY?
If not then maybe somewhere down the line here which should be cost effective a substantial increase in share price at present of newly name changed CITY HOLDINGS could satisfy all thoses that hold and are still holding shares in this company ,i need at least a £1 a share go get them !!!!!|