Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Greatfleet Plc LSE:GFG London Ordinary Share GB00B2QBB969 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial - - - - 78.03

Greatfleet Share Discussion Threads

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30/7/2008
15:36
even bigger scandal now encarter as the management who got the company into this mess has apparently just bought the company from the administrators, presumabbly for a song, and not even bothered to notify the non exec directors! The non executive directors of the Company (being Sir John Baker, Keith Lassman and Karl Monaghan) (together the "Non Executive Directors") have become aware today that, following the appointment of Michael Healy of Leonard Curtis and Paul Boyle of Harrisons as administrators (the "Joint Administrators") on 29 July 2008, the Joint Administrators have subsequently agreed to the disposal of certain businesses and assets of Greatfleet. The Non Executive Directors have sought to verify this information with the Joint Administrators but the Joint Administrators have not yet responded to this request. Shareholders should be aware that, subsequent to the appointment of the Joint Administrators, the obligations, duties and responsibilities of the Board have been assumed by the Joint Administrators, and that all decisions relating to the sale of the Company's business or assets have vested with the joint administrators. The Non Executive Directors understand that the purchaser is a company connected with Colin Gerstein, Chief Executive Officer of the Company. This being the case such a disposal constitutes a related party transaction under the AIM Rules for Companies. The Board have played no part in the decision-making process to sell the business and assets of the Company and their views have not been sought by the Joint Administrators. As a consequence, the Non Executive Directors are unaware of the terms of the transaction and unable to offer any opinion on whether these are fair and reasonable insofar as shareholders are concerned.
callumross
09/7/2008
21:36
A bit of research and it was obvious. Another AIM scandal.
encarter
09/7/2008
17:07
Suspension.Someone was given the nod here.
floppyjoe
08/7/2008
22:48
Looks like they maybe out of cash
encarter
08/7/2008
15:41
10k sold at 7.5p after the close - someone getting out at any price!
callumross
08/7/2008
15:16
oops - looks like time to exit this dog.
callumross
08/7/2008
10:10
When it gets back to 5p will they do another consolidation?
tobywilliamson
07/1/2008
23:41
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/articles/art.php?GFG2
pillion
05/11/2007
13:28
am glad I got out after the first profit warning - looks like she is heading for the administrators yard now - working capital issues, trading issues, "certain matters" - nowt left for shareholders methinks.
callumross
05/11/2007
08:57
Take a look at Centurion Electronics Epic: CUC Share Price: 5.75p Marker Cap: £0.8m 12 month high: 31p Announcement imminent Info posted on CUC bb. Stick it on your monitor
daveyboyclarko
02/10/2007
16:25
what a farce
tobywilliamson
18/9/2007
15:24
results going to be published next Tuesday 25th September - could this trigger a run up in the shares?
callumross
16/9/2007
11:25
Borrowing £650,000 at 1.5% per MONTH plus 5% fee beginning and end . thats VERY expensive money ! And issuing 17m new shares. I am out !
puku
13/9/2007
13:49
proactiveinvestors.com comment; http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/blog/index.php?entry=entry070913-112124
d6529
12/9/2007
11:44
any views on the acquisition gardenboy?
callumross
01/8/2007
17:42
interesting - first MM to MM purchase I have ever seen on this stock - 17500 at 17p
callumross
25/7/2007
17:03
favourable trading statement today and looks like they expect some good business in the second half
gardenboy
19/7/2007
22:04
from today's Guardian newspaper "Keep an eye on Aim-listed recruitment group Greatfleet, 16.25p. The company reversed into quoted rival Longbridge in 2005, and chief executive Stuart Blake has spent the time since then reorganising the group to concentrate on the legal, professional services and financial services sectors. For 2006, Greatfleet reported a £530,000 profit, compared to a £1.7m loss. With business thought to be going well at the moment, analysts are forecasting profits of around £1.9m this year. The company is on the look-out for bolt-on acquisitions, and is expected to use a mixture of debt and new shares to fund any deals. In March it raised £2.52m with a placing to new and existing institutions at 14p a share. Since this was oversubscribed, the company believes there is pent-up demand for its paper."
callumross
05/7/2007
08:12
A positive trading outlook from Michael Page (MPI) today should bode well for the future prospects of Greatfleet
callumross
15/6/2007
10:30
just topped up with a futher 10k, gardenboy, - looks better and better value, the more I research this one.
callumross
14/6/2007
18:52
can't find out much about Fram Capital - used to be called New Broad Street Capital based in Guernsey
gardenboy
24/5/2007
17:34
yes i heard similar comments. but a few did say they wouldn't buy because the share price had already doubled from its low and felt they missed zee boat
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