Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Onzima Ventures LSE:ONZ London Ordinary Share GB00BYQCDH57 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.0 -0.2 -2.3 - 2.27

Onzima Ventures Share Discussion Threads

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21/11/2016
18:32
Burnell was a Director at Globo when fraud was widespread. I did warn people about him.
grimreaper5
21/11/2016
18:32
Burnell was a Director at Globo when fraud was widespread. I did warn people about him.
grimreaper5
11/11/2016
16:31
The company is still twitching, it seems. This is the first I've heard of Nuvec: have I missed something?
gnnmartin
10/11/2016
13:40
Burnell and his co-operator in Onz are supposedly highly experienced in acquisitions/mergers and AIM rules - but I also believe that Cairn have been advising here and doing some nitty gritty work on Aim submissions.
pennyfalls
10/11/2016
08:05
G Burnell is a senior broker at Beauforts I understand from TW article so isn't it him/they that are normally doing the advising? So I assume getting or understanding advice would be a normal everyday matter for him?
jpuff
09/11/2016
19:45
What makes you say that tenniselbow - I've been told that Class Action is possible here for alleged negligence (IF the company gets delisted and shareholders lose out) If this doesn't come back and we get no money back, I will be happy to see the BOD wrapped in legal tape that will cause, at the very least, a major headache. Let's see how it goes...I'm still hoping for a good outcome - but the lack of transparency and informaion from the BOD does worry me. It may well be that G Burnell has been badly advised or there is a positive plan regarding this, but I'm p*ssede off that substantial funds are tied up - and potentially worthless, overnight. So what's your take on it/involvement tenniselbow?
pennyfalls
09/11/2016
13:07
No action will be taken against the board. Your hope is that they will come back as Shareholders want to get out. They prob have about £250k left
tenniselbow
04/11/2016
16:14
I have it on good authority from a Legal Adviser (Financial specialist), after concurrent discussions with Brokers, that this will be a prime candidate for a Class Action against G Burnell for negligence, if this isn't turned around. So, shareholders. Stay on the ball.
pennyfalls
30/10/2016
17:46
Just been told this is not coming back. i.e BUST.
grimreaper5
30/10/2016
15:44
Good to see you on here bdog. A sensible poster with decent info if other boards are to go by. Will be interesting what happens here re N4.
flashheart
30/10/2016
14:50
Latest LSE post..2 weeks Without an update so something this week would be good. As we know, N4 are pushing on with their good work, so it is very likely that we will get an update or 2 from them whilst we are still suspended ( if things drag out). Those updates could have a huge impact on the share price immediately upon the lifting of the suspension. N4 is the obviously the catalyst here and I have lots of confidence with Nigel at the helm.Am also looking forward to updates from the ONZ, trading arm as and when disposals are made.
bdog51
30/10/2016
14:46
ONZ board on LSE is working ok for me right now..
bdog51
30/10/2016
13:31
Anyone tried to access Onzima on LSE today? Might just be a blip, but nothing coming up on my screen
pennyfalls
17/10/2016
12:23
I told people many times about Burnells dodgy past at Globo and nobody listened. This company stinks the house out with him at the helm.
grimreaper5
17/10/2016
10:33
And AIM will remain a casino until the toothless FSA start to lock up these spiv's vermin......I pull on a balaclava and take out a nine to rob people I go to jail for a minimum of 5 years, how is it if their wearing a Prada suit they can get away with it?.....
mrphiljones
17/10/2016
09:42
Not proven yet to work and I'm confused as to why they use Dermasys when it's theoretically not needed due to the location of use which doesn't have the same skin barriers. GTN and simlar drugs are well known to dilate blood vessels it's all about the dalton weight for dermal penetration. Enough of FUM talk, where are the ONZ fellas it's very quiet here considering the news. Not a pleasant event and I see share propehets did an article some time back suggesting N4 looked like it may mess up the policy and thus it seems it has. Looking back it doesn't look right, £40k ish for half the company???. I can't get a running burger van for that
superg1
17/10/2016
08:23
getting lead into ones pencil ;-)
mrphiljones
17/10/2016
08:13
Why FUM? I know that one well and they will need to do a new trial for MED at a higher dosage rate if you are talking MED I assume so due to the N$ link). So 1 to 2 years before they sort that out and no guarantee it will work.
superg1
17/10/2016
07:53
The resource stuff is irrelevent. It's all about N4 Pharma. Even if ONZ delists it is shouldn't matter. They still own 49% of N4. When N4 does its IPO, ONZ shareholders will get a pro rata holding. That's the theory anyway.
someuwin
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