Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gsh Group LSE:GSH London Ordinary Share JE00BYTQ7945 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.625p 10.50p 10.75p 10.625p 10.625p 10.625p 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy - - - - 29.40

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07/9/2016
23:02
!YOUTUBEVIDEO:DEDyxw-5z0w: Website: http://www.greenandsmart.net Admission Document: http://217.41.19.60/GreenSmart/CorporateDocuments.asp Media Coverage: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/12104159/Green-and-Smart-announce-plans-to-float-on-AIM.html http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/125858/green-smart-rises-to-opening-day-premium-on-aim-125858.html Business Structure (Admission Document 3.2): Green & Smart Holdings plc (Jersey) Green & Smart Ventures Sdn Bhd Malaysia 100% Green & Smart Sdn Bhd Malaysia 100% Concord Green Energy Sdn Bhd Malaysia 25% Megagreen Energy Sdn Bhd Malaysia 15% Our Energy Group (M) Sdn Bhd Malaysia 51% Correct forum for Green & Smart (GSH) discussion.
cyfran101
04/8/2009
07:28
Picked up a few this morning. Should be a decent enough punt over due course. Might even get an offer from the management for a quick turn.
nickcduk
11/7/2009
18:59
This is absolutely shocking news... http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200907080700122969V
davidosh
05/5/2009
11:04
No problem. Follow up story in the FT today... http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/fd8daec8-390c-11de-8cfe-00144feabdc0.html
davidosh
05/5/2009
08:33
Sorry David, I got slightly muddled up about the relationship. It was his son who became a NED -see post 255. I probably subconciously remembered it as his nephew because of post 283 where Simon gordon said his nephew's money was invested in GSH. Post 294 nicely summed up the offputting factors that persuaded me to sell up. Apologies for misleading you.
alter ego
01/5/2009
08:01
Who was his nephew ? I remember another Scarr-Hall reseigning from the board last year but is there another family member closely involved.
davidosh
01/5/2009
07:37
well David, you know the answer already. ISH treats this company as his private fiefdom and the board allow him to do so. He doesn't want to share profits with irritating shareholders who question his actions and he has the power to outvote the rest so he knows he can get away with murder. I no longer have any holding but once bought in the expectation of ISH reducing his stake. When he appointed his nephew and showed no sign of wanting to let go I sold up. With hindsight, that was one of my better decisions. Anyone still holding is entitled to be furious but ISH holds all the aces.
alter ego
01/5/2009
00:06
The interims were out today.. Highlights Turnover increased to £123.3 million (2008: £88.3 million) Underlying profit of £4.0 million (£4.6 million before change of accounting policy)* (2008: £4.0 million) Basic adjusted earnings per share were 13.0 pence (17.1 pence before change of accounting policy)* (2008:12.9 pence) Cash reserves at the end of the period of £15.2 million (2008: £8.8 million) Order book at period end of £714 million (2008: £609 million) The board does not recommend the payment of an interim dividend (2008: 2.9 pence) Can anyone come up with a good reason for NOT paying a dividend to current shareholders considering that the company is doing so well and has doubled its cash reserves ? They are a reward for investment last year and should be distributed as they have in all previous years.
davidosh
19/3/2009
16:44
How many bought not knowing what this man could do to their investment ? How many sold over the last three days ? He should pay a fair price and take it off market with the price set by an independent valuation. He should also pay compensation to anyone who he efectively forced to sell on the first news of delisting.
davidosh
19/3/2009
16:39
how many sold and now this - verging on outrageous stuff
value viper
19/3/2009
16:23
This has only happened because a number of investors and in fairness the directors have stood up to him. However did I invest in this company for it to be taken away from me like this ?? Answer; Definitely not and you have to wonder whether he made the de listing and statement look so disasterous that shareholders would then be thankful for what they are given as an alternative.
davidosh
19/3/2009
16:18
still disgusted?
pugg1ey
18/3/2009
21:28
Get a petition going - 75% to 90% A bit of pressure cant make things any worse. What a sh1t that man is. www.number10.gov.uk
spursmatt99
18/3/2009
10:18
Totally stinks and no doubt Schroders will be a forced seller now. An Action Group is needed.
davidosh
17/3/2009
13:13
AIM rule 41.. I fully support IC article on page 24, wro AIM rule 41 and delisting of shares from the exchange. The current requirement of 75% of the votes required to delist should be upped to 90%. It is not only the problematic comapanies delisting but the better ones as well. Delsiting requires some funds to sell, as a requirement for not holding private comapanies, hence forth, a complete destruction of SP, and if a matched bargain facility is in place, after delisting, it tends to be "fractions of fractions" in terms of share price .. Saffy..
safman
17/3/2009
13:08
This does stink, especially the bit about ISH voting against a resolution to tender for the shares. Question is, as a shareholder, what do you do ? Take whatever money is available, hold on and keep the virtually untradeable shares in the hope something happens with them or hope something else comes up in the meantime e.g. the intention to cancel off AIM is withdrawn.
phil200
17/3/2009
12:34
I would like to see ISH stand in front of a room full of shareholders and defend his actions and explain how they benefit all shareholders.
davidosh
17/3/2009
12:31
Fortunately not a shareholder here - just a watchlist company. "Mr Scarr-Hall has also notified the Company of his intention to vote against any resolution proposed by the Directors of GSH for the purposes of the Company tendering to buy GSH shares from other shareholders prior to the cancellation becoming effective." That is scandalous and there should be some change in the AIM listing rules to prohibit any shareholder maintaining more than a 50% stake in any listed company without being compelled to make an offer for the whole business.
masurenguy
17/3/2009
11:37
Carry on ISH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhvKWMVksBA
simon gordon
17/3/2009
11:33
Lots of directors have resigned or played musical chairs in the recent past. This company is really putting AIM listing and regulations to shame IMO. What are the institutional holders doing about it ? What are the NOMADS doing about it ?
davidosh
17/3/2009
11:11
Word on the street all Directors have already left :- pmsl – I wonder why?
donaceaceace
17/3/2009
11:10
Will ISH be attending the EGM ? Does he live in the real world where shareholders and investors need to live on the returns from their investments ?? The directors and Nomads should resign on point of principle.
davidosh
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