Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bluestar LSE:BSST London Ordinary Share VGG1195V1076 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 18,575.6 702.1 447.0 0.0 1.82

Bluestar Secutech Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/8/2015
11:05
masurenguy is a nasty piece of work
meathed
22/11/2013
11:21
got the cash. I'll keep an eye to see if they get up to any SFT-style shenanigans and report back. Is anybody here still holding shares?
zangdook
22/11/2013
07:32
RNS Number : 6611T AIM 22 November 2013 NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION TO TRADING ON AIM BlueStar SecuTech Inc At the request of the company trading on AIM for the under-mentioned securities has been cancelled from 22/11/2013, 7:00am. If you have any queries or require further information, please contact the company's nominated adviser on 020 7601 6100. THREAD CLOSED
masurenguy
21/11/2013
13:21
today's the day, I'm in the woods, hope the picnic turns up. teddy
zangdook
15/11/2013
12:01
IBA - China: Asia's emerging superpower is going private - Chris Crowe http://www.ibanet.org/Article/Detail.aspx?ArticleUid=fe4dd0b9-1b74-4bf3-877b-f6d0e2c2937f
noirua
14/11/2013
13:21
This whole episode reeks of collusion and back-handed deals. Interesting that they say the company has no money, yet it could have afforded to buy back 23.5% of the shares. It seems clear to me that some of the remaining 17% of shareholders who were not part of the concert party believe they will be better off after the de-listing! I wonder if they know something that the average PI doesn't.
bill182
14/11/2013
13:00
Interesting - they wanted to buy back 23.52% but only 6.5% accepted. So the majority shareholders or concert party or whatever they are will be left with under 82% of the company - not enough to do a compulsory purchase. This is quite a pleasing development as it makes clear to any other companies thinking of delisting and buying back their stock that you have to offer at least a modest premium to the share price if you want to be taken seriously. If they'd offered 4.5p they'd probably have got enough to force the rest. (Assuming the 90% rule still applies.)
zangdook
02/11/2013
14:26
Here's some bed-time reading for anyone not already familiar with the Sinosoft story - however dastardly BSST are being, they can't match SFT - yet. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=16799428&from=658
zangdook
01/11/2013
13:03
I am still about....very annoyed at the underhanded tricks by the directors and their cohorts. I was very fortunate in that I bought most of my shares at the 2.5p mark and will not lose out, but I feel for long term holders here who have been well and truly ripped off.
bill182
31/10/2013
19:06
Anyone spotted Bill?
beeks of arabia
31/10/2013
14:17
who's buying shares at 2.5p? seems an odd thing to do.
zangdook
23/10/2013
12:42
Debtor days a couple of months shy of 2 years (2012: 1.66 years) GEONGs debtor days are worse at a couple of months over 2 years It's rare to find companies whose debtor days are done in years
bam bam rubble
23/10/2013
10:35
Fwiw, with trade payables at 30 September 2013 equating to approximately 667 days' sales (at 30 September 2012: 606 days), I would personally take the money... Likewise to Mas, commiserations. Hope other shares are more than offsetting this for holders, you cannot win them all.
edmundshaw
23/10/2013
10:33
Shareholders do have the option of holding onto shares. But I would want to talk with management to check they will not force the purchase of those shares, probably at the same price, in the future, and just take out the minority shareholders completely. This has happened in at least two other cases (CHNS springs to mind, though there the offer was very decent). I do not hold, please dyor if you do...
edmundshaw
23/10/2013
10:24
Thanks. I missed the bottom half of the RNS.
zangdook
23/10/2013
10:23
zangdook - it is at the bottom of the RNS. Payment date 21 November.
bill182
23/10/2013
10:22
its at the bottom of release EXPECTED TIMETABLE OF PRINCIPAL EVENTS Tender Offer opens 23 October 2013 Latest time for receipt of Forms of Direction 9.00 am (London time) on 11 November 2013 Latest time for receipt of Forms of Proxy 9.00 am (London time) on 12 November 2013 Latest time for receipt of TTE Instructions in respect of Depositary Interests representing uncertificated shares by 10.00 am (London time) on 13 November 2013 Latest time for receipt of Tender Forms for certificated shares by 1.00 pm (London time) on 13 November 2013 Record Date for the Tender Offer 5.00 pm (London time) on 13 November 2013 Shareholders' Meeting to approve De-listing 5.00 pm (Beijing time)/ 9.00 am (London time) on 14 November 2013 Announcement of results of the Tender Offer and Shareholders' Meeting 14 November 2013 CREST Account credited with Tender Offer proceeds 21 November 2013 Dispatch of cheques for Tender Offer proceeds 21 November 2013 Last day of trading of Ordinary Shares on AIM 21 November 2013 Ordinary Shares de-listed from AIM 22 November 2013 CREST facilities for Depositary Interest Holders cancelled 22 November 2013
lqs
23/10/2013
10:18
lqs 23 Oct'13 - 10:57 - 1138 of 1141 0 0 If you buy now at 2.25p you get 2.5p back in a month on 21 novemeber. Where do you get that date from? The proposed delist is 22 November but I can't find any indication of when the tender proceeds would be paid.
zangdook
23/10/2013
10:00
Masurenguy - 11 Apr'11 - 989: Given the receivables issue, the share price has been stuck in a 20p - 25p range over the past 15 months so I took profits and sold my residual holding @21p last week. Todays announcement only adds to my other suspicion that they could delist in due course with unpredictable exit values for shareholders at that time. http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=14698660&from=989 My commiserations to all current shareholders. This was one of the two major reasons why I sold out 30 months ago after the CEO increased his holding to 44%. It took much longer to reach this point than I had envisaged but sadly it ultimately still came to pass.
masurenguy
23/10/2013
09:59
Is the Board's favourite song 'Love me tender' ?
pugg1ey
23/10/2013
09:57
Tender Offer The Board recognises that not all Shareholders will be able or willing to continue to own Ordinary Shares following the De-listing. Although it is under no formal obligation to do so, the Board is therefore arranging for the Company to provide the Tender Offer Shareholders with the opportunity to sell Ordinary Shares held at the Tender Offer Record Date by means of a Tender Form (in the case of Tender Offer Shares held in certificated form, that is, not in CREST) or by TTE Instruction (in respect of Tender Offer Shares held in uncertificated form, that is, represented by Depositary Interests in CREST). The maximum aggregate number of Ordinary Shares which may be purchased in the Tender Offer is 17,121,766 Ordinary Shares representing approximately 23.52 per cent. of the issued Ordinary Shares. The price to be paid for each Ordinary Share subject to the Tender Offer is 2.5 pence. A Tender Offer Shareholder may tender up to all of their holdings. The Company has received irrevocable undertakings in respect of their entire holdings from SecuLine Technologies Inc. and other persons currently beneficially owning 55,686,234 Ordinary Shares in aggregate, representing approximately 76.48 per cent. of the current issued Ordinary Shares, that they will not participate in the Tender Offer in respect of those Ordinary Shares. Details of the undertakings obtained are set out in the table below:
lqs
23/10/2013
09:57
If you buy now at 2.25p you get 2.5p back in a month on 21 novemeber. You can tender all your shares because 76% have agreed not to tender any shares. 10% in a month isn't bad.
lqs
23/10/2013
09:52
I'm surprised to see a tender at well below the share price at the time of announcement. I've seen plenty of these Chinese takeaways before but even when buying well below NAV they always gave a little something to sweeten it. A tender at around 60% of current share price is disgraceful. There ought to be a law. edit: I have no interest here (used to long ago) but it's been on my watchlist.
zangdook
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