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|@top vest How do I go about declaring this as Negligible value it doesn't appear on the agreed list on the HMRC website .https://www.gov.uk/guidance/negligible-value-agreements-to-30-june-2014
Does this mean I have to write in to them and request it be considered? I'll be looking to claim for the current tax year|
|Heard that Costis was sailing his yacht round the Greek islands.|
|Costis, Costis, come out, come out from wherever you are.|
|Effortless Cool - just looked in - tks for good synopsis above
Did you know he is a man of the sea & goes by the nickname of papadim?
My guess is touring the med on a nice boat - and poss planning his next adventure
|Any news on arrests of the crooks involved in this fraud?|
|New Administrators report out. Nothing left and so far, £650k of expenses incurred to point this out.Some sales of subsidiary businesses being prepared but not expected to raise enough to pay off Barclays. See creditors gateway, password Globo.|
|Difficult to disagree with any of that Paul.|
|No wonder AIM is such a magnet for crooks from overseas (and the UK).
This bit of advice will save you money - don't buy shares in AIM listed overseas companies. They're mostly dodgy. Amazing & shocking that the supposedly respectable City of London would participate in such crimes - but it's caveat emptor I'm afraid, and we retail investors are regarded with total contempt by the City - muppets is the usual term. Sadly, it's too often an accurate description.
There are nuggets of gold out there, but you have to wade through an alligator-infested swamp to find them.
Easiest way to avoid the crooks? Don't touch anything overseas+AIM, and don't touch anything small in the resources sector.
|SO - what's happened to the scumbag in chief, Costis, and his lieutenants? Are they in jail? Thieving, lying swine that stole all your money. Where are they?
White collar crime really does seem to pay, sadly.
|Interesting - thank you smartmoney. Anyone know who was the analyst with "confirmation bias" who was pressing them to invest?|
|Forum Family Office have published their latest quarterly report.
Basically there DD wasn't of high enough quality.|
|When are people treating this as negligible value for capital gains tax purposes? 2015/16 or 2016/17?|
|EC got some stick from the board for changing his mind but he was proven right in the end.
|EC is one of the few honest people around here. He sold up and stated why. He has maintained the old header as post number 3, anyone can see what it originally was. He changed his mind about GBO for good reasons, as did I.|
|Any arrests yet?|
|Looks like their Notify product (NotifyMDM) has found a new investor - at least their website (hxxp://www.notifycorp.com/ ) is under construction again and their ticket system has a new phone numbre (hxxp://support.notifycorp.com/support/index.php?/News/List )
Anyway, do any bulls maybe know where their beloved Costis is right now?|
|IG just paid out on the short positions|
|Still no reported sightings of Costis Papadimitrakopoulos ! Some interesting facts from the above article.
"FTI said that shareholders and unsecured creditors would get nothing back as the assets owned by the PLC listed in London were stakes in subsidiary companies............The administration has revealed more detail about Globo, which was listed on AIM in 2007. The company was said to have had 320 staff, but FTI said that none actually worked for the plc, only for the subsidiaries. It leased only a residential flat in London, despite having its listing in Britain. It was found to have just £106,000 cash in the bank, held across several accounts with one of its creditors, with a further £4,000 held with UBS Wealth Management in Zurich."
|Shareholders will get nothing from Globo sell-off