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|zcaprd7 no value whatsoever.The BoD are useless bleeding the company of funds due to their immoral remuneration packages. Had they been realistic with their package the company could have been in profit. Unfortunately as mentioned previously they have an ATM in the board room. I gather they are planning to produce d2w in a joint venture with Eco-Polymers their distributor in Abu Dhabi. Finally, how can Somerston recoup their investment, is there a miracle waiting to happen?........no.|
|Anyway, we're at a 3 year low now, is there any value here, or is it going pop?|
|Return to this forum. They paid an intern to try and be sassy with investor relations, with the posters here, but it didn't last very long (like most of their ideas) lol...|
|Think we should persuade Symphonyir to return and cheer everyone up.|
|Have held these for a number of years now. Not one of my best investment decisions. Have written them off.|
|Another disappointing year (what, the 15th in a row?) for SYM shareholders. Share price lower than 1.1.2016 for 50 or 51 weeks of the year. For 2 years it's down about 60%.
Not to worry though, it's not been so bad for the management of Symphony. Michael Laurier & the troughing BoDs have still been paid multiple times what they are worth & are being paid as though they run a successful, profitable company instead of the hopeless, worthless basketcase SYM is.|
|neilrr I believe everyone knows the answer.
1) No profits to talk of
2) Zero dividends
Had the BoD been interested in creating profitability this could have most probably been achieved by taking realistic salary and benefit packages. 2014 £870,000 and 2015 £801,000, however one must take into account that the Technical Director Michael Stephens left the company in and did not get his full package, add on approx £85k then over 2 years the total would have been in the region of £1,756,000. Figures always speak for themselves painting a rosy picture for the BoD without any regard to the company imho.|
In the period £10,000,000 was paid out in remuneration to the crack team running SYM do you know:
1) How much profit SYM made?
2) How much shareholders were paid in dividends?
|neilrr over £10,000,000 to date in remuneration......unrealistic, unacceptable and unsustainable. Two old age pensioners one in his 70s!!! They are extracting the MICHAEL from all investors.|
|Symphony exists only to pay BoD salaries, perks & pensions far in excess of what this useless lot of hopeless, bumbling amateurs are worth or would get paid anywhere else.
It's the poster boy for an AIM lifestyle company.|
|Lol. They've been to soo many shows over the years. They've never really left start up mode have they? Or "pre revenue" I think is the trendy phrase...|
|Yes another placing....:-(|
|How many years have this lot been going now? Have they got anything to sell yet?|
|Symphony Environmental will be presenting at the Capital Conference on 17th November in London. For further details and to register to attend, please click here: http://tinyurl.com/z2dqlkn.|
|Wow! how Lazy is that?......|
|Interesting post regarding K-Show - More jam tomorrow???
28 October 2013
SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC
("Symphony", "Group" or the "Company")
RECORD ATTENDANCE AT SYMPHONY'S STAND AT K-SHOW AND RECORD VALUE OF ORDERS
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), global specialists in advanced plastics and tyre recycling technologies - in harmony with public health & the environment, is pleased to announce that it attended the K-Show in Dusseldorf, Europe's largest exhibition for the plastics industry, attracting customers and suppliers from all over the world. This year's K-Show proved to be the best so far for Symphony, with a record attendance at its stand and a record value of orders placed during the show.
Said Symphony's CEO, Michael Laurier, who was present throughout the event "There was exceptional demand for d2w - our well-established oxo-biodegradable masterbatch, as the best and least expensive option for biodegradation of plastics. It turns plastic into a biodegradable material at the end of its useful life. Great interest was also shown in our new d2p range of anti-fungal and anti-microbial plastics, and our d2t range of anti-counterfeiting technologies."
"More than 600 requests for further information were recorded by Symphony's staff, from end users, processors and raw material producers."
Visits to the stand were made by many members of the Oxo-biodegradable Plastics Association and by Symphony's distributors from around the world. Many plastics recyclers also visited for confirmation of the compatibility of d2w with post-consumer plastics recycling.|
|it's slang for "I hear or understand you".|
|bbd2 you have always been fair, checking the blogs it is apparent that the question of USA has been around for the past 18 months. Of more importance a name was recently mentioned, I have checked him out and am in touch. Interesting days ahead. Enough said for the moment.|
|Robert - if only the change in the USA distributor deal could be considered notifiable under Rule 17, but sadly it didn't make any money and so could hardly be considered as a "Material change in performance" issue requiring an RNS (but then you knew that being a company director yourself right ?).
I do however share your pain and frustration with this company - did you ever buy back your holding?|
|AT LAST AN ADMISSION THAT WOULD HAVE NOT BEEN FORTHCOMING HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR NEILLR. WHEN WAS THIS DECISION MADE AND WHY WAS THERE NO ANNOUNCEMENT??? NOT GOOD ENOUGH BEARING IN MIND STEPHEN IS AN EX BARRISTER/SOLICITOR WHO WELL KNOWS AIM RULES. WHAT OTHER SKELETONS ARE IN THE CUPBOARD? THIS BOARD HAS AGAIN PROVED IT IS NOT TO BE TRUSTED IMHO.
The USA has been one of our smallest markets representing less than 2% of our business. We have therefore restructured the business from a distributor model to a direct sales approach. This is being supported by dedicated resources both in the USA and UK. The distribution agreement with the US distributor was therefore terminated.|