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|Thank you Topvest.
I think you are entirely correct. I performed a google search today, putting in the text of resolution 9 and a number of similar instances were thrown up (Next and SSE were two such situations).
Appears that it is largely a 'procedural' correction rather than anything more substantive, so I am reassured.
Still, this is a firm of lawyers...but mistakes do happen, so my mind rests easier.
Many thanks again,
|Looks to me like they paid an illegal dividend. Maybe they forgot to file interim accounts at Companies House?|
|Would someone be kind enough to explain the following AGM resolutions to me:
9. To ratify and confirm that any and all claims which the company has or may have in respect of the payment of the dividends against its shareholders who appeared on the register of members on 2 October 2015 (being the record date for the final dividends, the "record date") be released, and that a deed of release in favour of such shareholders be entered into by the company in the form of the deed produced to the meeting and signed by the Chairman of the meeting for the purposes of identification.
10. To ratify and confirm that any distribution involved in the giving of any such release in relation to the dividends be made out of the profits appropriated to the dividends as aforesaid by reference to a record date identical to the record date for the dividends.
11. To ratify and confirm that any and all claims which the company has or may have against its Directors (whether past, present or future) arising in connection with the payment of the dividends be released and that a deed of release in favour of such Directors of the company be entered into by the company in the form of the deed produced to the meeting and signed by the Chairman of the meeting for the purposes of identification.
12. To ratify and confirm that any prohibition under the Articles of Association of the company or elsewhere on interested Directors voting in respect of any contract, transaction, arrangement or proposal, or proposed contract, transaction, arrangement or proposal, in which they may be interested shall be suspended to the extent necessary to enable the execution and delivery of such deeds of release on behalf of the Company.
I don't ever recall seeing such items in a company's AGM resolutions before and am just curious as to what they actually mean in practice.
Thanks in advance,
|I've bought an initial small stake. A quality business with a very good record. Not expensive.|
|gist of it is that eps has grown from 4.2p to 35.8p in 10 years thanks to mainly organic growth inc. opening new offices, plus occasional acquisition. Forward PE just 11.5, partly because under the radar with market value still just c. £40m.|
|Tipped at the weekend in the Momentum Investor|
|I'm in the same situation. Company looked cheap, great business/sector, but share liquidity and corporate governance + nepotism put me off a little (forget precise details, but executive chairman and his son is also on the board as part of business development).|
|Anyone know about today`s rise? Missed the boat with this onee. Been thinking of buying for the past three years.|
Broker upgrade to BUY|
|MUR update note -http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/document/view/43630/activity-levels-satisfactory|
|Quiet here. Paul Hill put a prospective value of 350p when tipping them in December.
Murgitroyd, a UK-listed patent lawyer, should have a field day as scientists come up with more ideas that have to be protected across numerous jurisdictions. These services span many industries, including engineering, electronics, chemistry and biotechnology. This is a growth market, regardless of how government stimulus plans pan out. The industry has doubled in size over the past decade (with an average growth rate of 7% a year), on the back of greater corporate R&D investment, together with a growing number of patent disputes between owners and copycat rivals......Turnover for the year ending May 2010 will come in at £30.4m, with underlying earnings per share (EPS) of 27.9p, rising to £31.2m and 30p respectively in 2011, reckons research group Hardman. On the current share price of 257p, that puts the stock on p/e ratios of 9.2 and 8.6, while paying a 3.5% dividend yield. I would value the group on a ten-times operating profit (Ebita) multiple. After adjusting for the £7m in net debt, that generates an intrinsic worth of more than £3.50 a share 35% above today's level.
The price subsequently rose by 10% without any news so it was probably on the back of that tip. Seems to have topped out and could retrace back to 278/280p.
On my watchlist.|
|tipped in money week 11 ddecember page 26|
|Tipped on http://www.4wm.co.uk - Tenth Episode|
|sold all mine at around 470-480p FARAWAY but still keeping an eye on them. Not really tempted at anything north of 400p in this market.|
|LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Murgitroyd Group PLC said executive chairman
Ian Murgitroyd cut his stake in the company as part of a share placing with new
and existing institutional investors following significant institutional
interest in the group.
The company said as part of the 515,000 share placing priced at 425 pence
per share, Ian Murgitroyd sold 500,000 shares and now holds about 2.39 mln
shares, or 28.61 pct stake in the company, while executive director David Castle disposed his entire stake of 15,000 shares and no longer has an interest in the
ON THE BASIS OF THAT STATEMENT AN INCREASE OF 25p WOULD BE EXPECTED BUT WE HAD THE SAME EFFECT THE LAST TIME HE SOLD A TRANCHE.
CASTLE'S DISPOSAL IS A DIFFERENT MATTER HOWEVER.|
|Dare u to go for it again WJCCGHCC !!!|
|well, that worked quite well :-)|
|Buying back the ones I sold at 460p for 420p. PE for the year about to start now around 15-16 which given the 7% growth in the patent market seems a bit mean.|
|No news is good news but what do you think boys and girls?
A buying opportunity?|
|I thought it would have taken a world catastrophe to have had the MUR sell trade of 1350 for £3.80 today but there you are, you never can tell.|