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03/6/2014
08:30
dj trading: Agreed Spec - my valuation is much lower Let's not forget that an acquired business has owners and they will want to max valuation. Given current and past performance of VEC I don't think much if any value will be attributed to this part of the business so essentially VIY have cash and an AIM listing although perhaps the biggest asset is the shareholder base - but I won't comment on why!!! I value VIY at cash plus an unknown value for investor hope. My current estimate of cash is circa £1.2m equivalent to 0.045p/share The value of the listing might round this to 0.05p The big unknown is the value of investor hope that Adam can wave his wand or that somebody will buy VEC and whilst this might double or more the cash valuation - I don't think it will hold the price above 0.1p in the longer term. Short term who knows how excited investors will get - might even go up for a month or two or perhaps longer!! And with the current price just under 0.2p I accept that Mr Market values VEC, Adam and hope at 3* cash and a lot more than me, but then I'm an accountant and I can't value hope but I do recognise it exists!!! So in summary I think the deal (the important bit) will be done at 0.05p £1.35m valuation of VIY but the share price might end up significantly higher than this. Anyway as TP says we shall soon see - all speculation until then. Good to observe and learn for future reference though. Dave
15/4/2014
14:37
pugugly: What odds of any members of ther old BOD keeing their jobs ?? [imo] Going by their school reports (i.e. - The VIY share price) should be very long odds -
27/11/2013
18:22
scorpionking: IDS - look, I sympathise whole heartedly with the stand you are taking and the efforts you have made. However, your changes are not going to put a stop to their overall objective. The only way this can be done is to format a completely new proposal that satisfies all concerned. What about this - Lets assume the deal for funding has already been agreed with CGG - $5 mil (could be more). SG wants a slice of the cake, lets give him his 19.5% but on the basis of 5% when the VIY PLC share price hits 1p or above and no less for five full trading days. Additional 5% when the VIY PLC share price hits 2p or above and no less for five full trading days. Additional 9.5% when the VIY PLC share price hits 3p or above and no less for five full trading days. The two technicians get theres only if the share price hits 3p. His shareholding is then attached to performance. He's confident that he can get the funding so he must be also confident he can increase shareholder value. In addition all SG's current options above 3p should be scrubbed then reinstated at 3p. This gives SG a further incentive to push the company forward. No preferred shares written into the deal. No buying in options if either company VEC or VIY PLC reaches a particular percentage shareholding. However, a buying in option should be made available to VEC of 15% if the share price reaches 5p or above and no less for five full trading days. The shares of which must be bought at no less than 3p. VIY PLC should be funded in the short term by VEC as a loan at an interest rate of 10%. If the share price of VIY PLC reaches 5p, the total amount borrowed should be converted into shares at 3p. This in effect is the same deal with a 50% dilution, but enables shareholders to reap the benefit of a higher share price.
25/11/2013
19:40
ngen yap: My "fun" take on events and share price: Current: uncertainty of GM vote on 4 Dec, share price 0.375p Dec 4: GM vote yes outcome, share price rise to 0.7p By Dec 31: Adam Reynolds appointed and announces forward plans, buys shares, share price rise to 0.9p By Jan 15th: VEC funding received at pre-money valuation of $20m, VIY share price 1.1p By Jan 31st: VIY announces rights issue at 1p By Feb 15th: VEC announces significant contract/s with Chevron and via CGG partners - share price 1.2p By March 31st: VIY announces 1st resource sharing contract / investment, share price 1.5p By June 30th: VIY announces significant oil / minerals find - speculative spike to 2p Or: Dec 4: GM vote no outcome - game over for us. You decide. :-)
23/11/2013
02:02
twix386: In that case i'd welcome explanation of this issue............ I would like to understand what "ViaLogy should be able to consolidate VEC revenues to its share of equity ownership." actually means in practice for Vialogy shareholders and our share price? There was a suggestion at the agm of something good in the wings. So when VEC gets a new contract that we should be able to consolidate revenue to our share of equity ownership - what does it really mean in terms of the Vialogy share price OR otherwise?? MW addresses this only in so far as...... "The UK public company will have 75% of the American business. It can incorporate figures in the UK accounts, but realistically will not get any direct return for years." I see this as possibly moving into the terms LL states and meaning little to nothing in practice for Vialogy shareholders. Nobody seems to fully understand this statement's implications. It is absolutely NOT explained, in similar vein to a couple of other core and valid questions that require further explanation to those who want to understand, even whilst voting yes and advocating this position. I don't want to just give yet another pass to a BOD who have a proven history of hiding news and wording statements in a way that makes understanding difficult or ambiguous - We are all very well aware of this and I truly despair at times, when time goes on show us the folly of that benefit of the doubt, time and time again! It's worth repeating imv, This statement is strongly indicative of a transfer mechanism to be of benefit to Vialogy shareholders and the share price. Shareholders simply seek explanation, and rightly so, if we will benefit from future VEC contract wins, that prior to the restructuring proposal we had 100% benefit from? One would conclude from the statement made that there is at least an indirect transfer mechanism and further that we should benefit? Let me make it real easy. VIY win a Chevron contract and QRD is adopted into Chevron's workflow. A sizeable contract. Prior to restructuring Vialogy's share price would have risen nicely. Let's say it would have put a penny on the share price. From 0.35p to 1.35p. Post restructuring what does Vialogy's share price do in the same circumstances now VEC win the contract? As of 4/12 we quite quickly need to fund ourselves and then find a working model and build revenue of our own. However I am having trouble seeing any clear linkage of the benefit we derive from VEC in terms of our 75% shareholding translating into a Vialogy share price escalator? Those who have everything explained to their satisfaction, please let me in to the inner circle? Yes, we have a vote! W-O-W!! Finally we have a current house broker price target down to 3p. After the Vialogy fundraising to come from AR we may see yet another revised price target of sub 2p!!
22/11/2013
07:29
twix386: Yes timmbo, I have said elsewhere that same point and of course contracts won by VEC will be reflected in VIY share price because as I have pointed out from the proposal... "Under current International Financial Reporting Standards, unless and until its shareholding in VEC falls below 20 per cent., ViaLogy should be able to consolidate VEC revenues to its share of equity ownership." I really don't get why people don't think that with VEC funding secured and contracts finally starting to flow sentiment would be much improved along with the share price. Who thinks we would not get VEC funding? it's probably already largely arranged imho. Who thinks we will not be getting contracts soonish after all the time in negs and with many options, not least Chevron? TB hinted at it imo. Jimb2 has mentioned Korea, Israel, Australia along with Middle East and we have Chevron, ONGC, Brazil, China, CGG, North Sea and other potentials Sure, there's issues we need to address and really try to improve. Myself, SK and IDS have illustrated them and a couple could do with urgent clarifications, but we seem once again to be contemplating group suicide if a no or delay is enacted. I have always stated my honestly held views and it seems the height of irony that I should be almost a lone voice of positivity and reason having been seen as a deramper and a non holder at times and by some. It's almost surreal!!! LOL Still, i'll not be bashful now. I was right then and I believe I am right now. My concern is what AR has in store for funding VIY and business model - i.e. forward business plan for our company. That's my top question/concern
21/11/2013
21:04
scorpionking: I'm about to send my list (whoopee), but first I'd like to say spot on IDS with your scenario of what could take place over the next few months. This was my greatest fear and did put forward my thoughts on this to Richard on Monday. However, your last post may not be of concern. As I have said from the outset, the VEC funding will be the VIY PLC funding one way or the other. If not a guarantee or under righter for a loan (my preference). With regard to preferred shares, priority is given to preferred shares where dividends are concerned. As VIY PLC holds the preferred shares, I don't see a problem. If the dividend amount payable is not advocated in a prior contract, the amount payable is not fixed and reverts to common stock value. Having said that, they don't have to pay dividends to preferred shares or in fact do preferred shares have rights to revenue or earnings unless agreed in contract at the time of issue. I fact we probably won't get a penny from any future earnings of VEC. However, if that's only a minor concern (understated maybe), the par value of a preferred stock definitely is of concern. If say VIY PLC goes into receivership or liquidation, it's preferred shares (our only asset), if not set at a fixed rate or fixed par rate, are valued at the amount of capital which was contributed to the corporation when the shares were first issued. In other words will VEC be valued before it's set up, in which case it could be worth $20 mil. If it's valued after the company is set up, it's value is zero and the liquidation value of our 75% holding is zero. Please correct me if I'm wrong, I'm not a lawyer and am certainly not familiar with these type of legal terms. ("Preferred stock may or may not have a fixed liquidation value (or par value) associated with it. This represents the amount of capital which was contributed to the corporation when the shares were first issued") Now for zee list. I must first point out that I am not calling for a no vote, I am with IDS, calling for changes to be made to the proposal, if at all possible. The list that follows are questions, some of which should have been asked long ago, some to hopefully produce a greater understanding of what and why things are taking place. The questions are not intended to scaremonger, just make clear. 1/ Why did the company not inform shareholders in June of the hyper sensitive decision to halve the bods salary. 3/ Are the bod members being blackmailed into giving SG 20%. 4/ In every 100 wells analysed, how many are successful. 5/ Does Adam Renaulds hold any shares. 6/ Why did you include the 36 month clause and why was it added after the initial RNS proposal on the 29th October. 2/ The percentage figures presented in the proposal are designed specifically to enable the maximum extraction of VIY PLC shareholding by VEC. Can we have an assurance from the bod that the scenario marked out by IDS is not carried out in whatever varied form. 7/ To AR - with all contracts and revenues from those contracts handed over to VEC, in what way are we going to earn any profit and what time do you expect it would take to earn it, considering it took 2 years to sign up each of the contracts we presently hold. 8/ To AR - when VEC takes over the exclusive right to use QRI and QRD, our present sole asset (intellectual property) will become obsolete in that we can only then licence out our intellectual property through VEC. In other words, no one would buy it because it's attached to VEC. When VEC is formed, our 75% in VEC then becomes our sole sellable asset and we will not be able to sell it for three years. Are we as shareholders expected to wait another 2 years before any new contracts are gained, during which time we experience massive dilution and an even lower share price. We need to know how you intend to avoid this situation with no plan B (sale of VEC), and how do you feel about coming into a company in a do very quickly or die miserably situation. 9/ Do you have any other fundraising ideas besides further dilution in terms of a placing or rights issue. Or do you think that VEC will fund VIY PLC and obtain a further interest as in the IDS scenario. 10/ Can you explain why VIY PLC was issued with 75% of "preferred" shares in VEC. 11/ What is the liquidation par value of our "preferred" shares.
18/11/2013
16:49
scorpionking: Looks to me like we have quite a favourable outcome. Terry Bond is gone, Peter Reynaulds is gone and concession/clarity regarding joint ownership of new intellectual property. Tom Witherfrith got his wish with the instatement of Adam Renaulds to the board, seems like a good choice. Sandeep sticking with his 20% but we can live with that. The point that certainly makes you think is Sandeeps first option to purchase VIY PLC if it goes bust. Well not too concerned considering it doesn't matter who buys it, if it reaches that point nothing we can do about it. Many who may still be thinking of opposing the proposal should consider a few things - IDS mentioned earlier, "why form a new private company if we already exist as a private company in the form of VIY LLC". He's right, we are as near as dam it, existing as an investment company (VIY PLC) invested into VIY LLC as our solely owned entity. Our thoughts were led astray by the assumption that the formation of a private company was a necessary prerequisite to acquiring the £5 million funding. It is, but not because Chevron or CGG do not provide funding to PLC's. The private company is needed to establish VEC as a separated value entity. To be valued as a separate issue where the share price has no influence. VEC is merely a vehicle to lessen the impact of the inevitable dilution. If VEC is valued at $20 million before funding, which is the figure they anticipate, $5 million funding would dilute by 25%, Sandeeps and the tech guy's 25% leaves 50%. We own 75% of VEC, so our total dilution is 67%. I held back from posting for a while to see if any new views had emerged or to what extent and how powerful the negative view of the bod's proposed restructuring was influencing shareholders. In terms of what Larry L has said, in the red mist he makes perfect sense. However, as I have said before the red mist brings to mind no end of conspiracy theories, intentional deceits and clouds the real issue. In the cold light of day things look so much different. The proposals don't look bad and at the end of the day we could be in a far better position. If we vote against the proposal we are leaving ourselves no other option. Can't do a right's issue or placing because the present price is under our issue price of 1p. Which leaves us with dilution of the issue price (maybe 10 times) which enables a placing, but for how much?. The companies valued at under £5 million, £5 million funding would leave us nothing, so £2 million max with virtually 50% of the company gone and we are back to square one with not enough money to push forward and so many billions of shares in issue, the share price would become volatile and unstable. As it is, we have no debt, the dead wood have left the board, new young blood is introduced, minimum $5 mil almost certain and the investors could be either CGG or Chevron, quite a validation of the tech if they invest. So all is looking a little bit rosier don't you think. Every one of you must think clearly about this, there is no other option but to approve this proposal. GLA
18/11/2013
15:47
scorpionking: Looks to me like we have quite a favourable outcome. Terry Bond is gone, Peter Reynaulds is gone and concession/clarity regarding joint ownership of new intellectual property. Tom Witherfrith got his wish with the instatement of Adam Renaulds to the board, seems like a good choice. Sandeep sticking with his 20% but we can live with that. The point that certainly makes you think is Sandeeps first option to purchase VIY PLC if it goes bust. Well not too concerned considering it doesn't matter who buys it, if it reaches that point nothing we can do about it. Many who may still be thinking of opposing the proposal should consider a few things - IDS mentioned earlier, "why form a new private company if we already exist as a private company in the form of VIY LLC". He's right, we are as near as dam it, existing as an investment company (VIY PLC) invested into VIY LLC as our solely owned entity. Our thoughts were led astray by the assumption that the formation of a private company was a necessary prerequisite to acquiring the £5 million funding. It is, but not because Chevron or CGG do not provide funding to PLC's. The private company is needed to establish VEC as a separated value entity. To be valued as a separate issue where the share price has no influence. VEC is merely a vehicle to lessen the impact of the inevitable dilution. If VEC is valued at £20 million before funding, which is the figure they anticipate, £5 million funding would dilute by 25%, Sandeeps and the tech guy's 25% leaves 50%. We own 75% of VEC, so our total dilution is 67%. I held back from posting for a while to see if any new views had emerged or to what extent and how powerful the negative view of the bod's proposed restructuring was influencing shareholders. In terms of what Larry L has said, in the red mist he makes perfect sense. However, as I have said before the red mist brings to mind no end of conspiracy theories, intentional deceits and clouds the real issue. In the cold light of day things look so much different. The proposals don't look bad and at the end of the day we could be in a far better position. If we vote against the proposal we are leaving ourselves no other option. Can't do a right's issue or placing because the present price is under our issue price of 1p. Which leaves us with dilution of the issue price (maybe 10 times) which enables a placing, but for how much?. The companies valued at under £5 million, £5 million funding would leave us nothing, so £2 million max with virtually 50% of the company gone and we are back to square one with not enough money to push forward and so many billions of shares in issue, the share price would become volatile and unstable. As it is, we have no debt, the dead wood have left the board, new young blood is introduced, minimum £5 mil almost certain and the investors could be either CGG or Chevron, quite a validation of the tech if they invest. So all is looking a little bit rosier don't you think. Every one of you must think clearly about this, there is no other option but to approve this proposal. GLA
20/7/2013
07:10
michaelsadvfn: f11, I bought a handful of these at over 2p last year after reading one of MW's articles and have followed the thread without contributing. Some interesting views and it's plain to see that the share price is dictating the tone of some of the posts. I can understand. It IS frustrating to see the share price at this level considering the news flow we've had. I'm not a chartist but I do sometimes map the news over a Java chart to try to work out what's going on. Quite simply we have had a seller or sellers since April at least.... 12th April - Chevron - precision surface mapping contract. share price opened at 1.61 & closed at 1.30.... lmfao drip drip drip By 24th April - share price opened at 1.05, closed at 1.00. Go figure. 25th April - UP 37.5% on 6m traded and no news!!! 29th April - CGG collaboration. share price opened at 1.45 and closed at 1.425. Here we go again... drip drip drip until 20th May when the share price closed at 1.20 even though we had the Gente contract announcement on 8th May. Seller finished & by 29th May we were up to over 1.80... up 50% in 6 trading days!! Can't have that!!! Seller returns to trash the share price to current levels. All the fault of the BOD of course. Well I believe, for now at least, that the seller has departed. Friday's trades convinced me of that. I bought another 500k(just short of) at prices from 1.01 to 1.07. Watch out for a big spike in the share price this coming week if I have read everything correctly. atb
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