Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Management Res LSE:MRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8BL4R23 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 10.9 -1.1 -3.3 - 12.99

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What a bunch of plonkers - even if they are correct no sane person is ever going to believe the BOD position given recent actions
LeMassDuPap excellent post couldn't agree more.
Well said TT
Delisted company still operate under the UK companies act. Administration is not an option. In a small town JC will not want to be known as the man who cost 450 jobs and led the same company into administration TWICE, the second time during a sector boom! They will do a deal with SH when faced with no other option after we vote down the scandalous discounted package they are cobbling together. The BoD have engineered this situation to maximise dilution and eliminate the threat of them being removed by SH.They will fail, moves are afoot to counter their wilful neglect of SH interests. All AIM investors should get behind those invested in MRS. It is a litmus test, we are making a stand against a MGMT team who own 0.001% of a company yet act like dictators it's a grotesque injustice and needs to put right.
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If it delists then your shares become worthless. In theory you still hold a share, but how the hell do you trade it? Also most rights as a shareholder are diluted or cancelled anyway so there's even less chance of successful action. First rule of investing is don't get emotionally attached. Too many have now taken this up as a personal battle with the BoD and lost sight of the fundamental reason for being involved, namely their shares. Best just get it trading again at any cost and sell. At least recover something. Those that say they'd rather lose the lot are not good investors. They may be rich in moral virtue, but they will end up financially poor with that attitude. It would be nice to win this battle, but it's proving unwinable. It's been 5 months and it's now worse than ever. The BoD hold all the cards and the large shareholders(cavalry) appear clueless and impotent. Sometimes you just have to lose the odd battle to win the bigger war. This is the case here. Just let them have their way and get it trading again. Then take them on once the primary asset is secured, that being the shares, the listing and your money. No reason this couldn't have been done a year ago or in the future once trading again. Only reason it's all happening now is because of the sacked CEO. If it delists then you're even more likely to lose and almost certainly say goodbye to your cash. Aimho, dyor, etc....
le mass du pap
Well that's almost got to be criminal, sour grapes let's make everyone suffer , disgusting
Note.They mention delisting but dont say anything about administration etc.Company is financially sound.This is scare tactics. But they will delist out of spite if dalmedia can't get full control away from shareholders. Vote for funding or delist. Debt finance is possible but they not consider it so clearly it's all about voting power
Plausible - but how would that affect our holdings - would we need to trade it on asx ?
Another crooked AIM co, say goodbye to your hard earned cash, employing devious delaying tactics and it will de-list, inevitable, GL
look forward to a delist? are you nuts? if it delists 8000 miles away then wave goodbye to your money what has happened to this egm from 13 March to vote on new neds and the bod out?
Looking forward to a delist and cut this cancer out once and for all.I don't suffer fools gladly and I shall not be made a mug of. You played this one all wrong BOD.
I've reached the point that I will vote against any (current) board recommendation as they have shown by their actions they are not acting in shareholders interests and I don't expect it to change, until the board changes. I've mentally written my investment off so very happy to call their bluff if needed. What a bunch of clowns.
Say NO to dilution This board told us they would be comfortable for the next 12 months, yet suddenly that changes as they've raided the till with their sticky fat thieving fingers.Get a new board in place, with independent ned's, then we can talk about funding.If the business is so good, then surely we can raise debt or other finance which doesn't dilute.And why can't any placing be by OPEN OFFER, so ALL shareholders can participate?That would be goid if the board were honest people, but sadly they are the most DISHONEST and scheming controlling scum I've ever seen on aim. Dalmedia is pure filth.Stay together shareholders, this situation is being looked into, and d'almedia will be investigated regarding some invoice payments to unknown parties. Ho ho ho. Follow the trail..
And 'the prof London ' post on lse 19:09 - excellent post pls read as this is exactly what is happening imo
D'almedia will STILL be making all the decisions. He will still be in the chairman's role. All this Berkefeld nonsense is just for show to deflect the egm vote which d'almedia had clearly lost by a significant margin. Berkefeld is just there for his signature on official documents. D'almedia is not a consultant, he will be doing the chairman's role, just not in public. The decisions are still his.Can we not just completely get rid of this fukin parasite. He wants the company for himself. The situation will remain toxic until he is completely removed from the company.Infact I think the situation is now worse than before as he is still there as a 'consultant' but because he's not a board member he is now even less accountable than before.At this next egm to appoint the two ned's and to remove the already removed Berkefeld it is now imperative that ALL holders vote FOR scopns resolutions to help us reclaim this company we invested in and to completely rid it of d'almedia.Theyve told us that the remaining parts of the business are highly profitable and are thriving, so there should be no reason to raise any funds at all, and we're not interested in growing the business further at this point. Let's get it ticking over nicely and use profits to pay for past mistakes and to possibly restart dividends, before we even think of growing further.At present, the business could probably support a market cap of £50m or more, so why aren't the board putting out upbeat statements and releasing the accounts and the interim updates, to show us how well it's all doing......Unless they're still trying to fudge the numbers for their own games?I wouldnt trust d'almedia with even a tuck shop till. I bet he's siphoned hundreds of K's off this company in fraudulent expenses hidden as business invoices for companies for services, companies which no doubt he or a relative owns. Who would even know? JZ, you must have a plan or kbow how to deal with all this charade, it's your time to step up, you would be welcomed to the board by shareholders...Failing all, I'm willing to chip in to have d'almedia pay a heavy price...
Toxic now ex-chairman is still in charge All resolutions must be voted down
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