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VSA Capital Group plc AQSE:VSA Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share GB00BMXR4K91
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  0.00 0.0% 11.50 0.00 16:29:58
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9.00 14.00 11.50 11.50 11.50
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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Posted at 01/6/2015 07:07 by bw123
0.5p per share.
Posted at 29/5/2015 18:40 by rj allen
How much was the cash distribution per share?
Posted at 04/2/2015 18:21 by poombear
Vsa buying out remaining holders at 0.5p and shares in a shell company with £20k in it. Sad but inevitable.
Posted at 23/12/2014 12:39 by poombear
Any idea what the share price is? £500k cash and 6 months Eps of.65p is certainly a step in the right direction. Not sure how shareholders will ever extract any value though.
mine are in my sipp so no hurry for me, just have to hope time will give opportunity.

Posted at 10/9/2014 11:40 by poombear
No real progress, going back to sleep for another year..

hTtp://www.vsacapital.com/media/News/2014documents/VSA-CAPITAL-GROUP-PLC-STATUTORY-ACCOUNTS-2014.pdf

Posted at 29/11/2013 16:29 by poombear
Current sell orders

No. shares Price (£)
42210.0000 0.0200
100000.0000 0.0300
25000.0000 0.0400
20000.0000 0.0400
200000.0000 0.0500
200000.0000 0.0500
632885.0000 0.1500
3851.0000 1.0000

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No. shares Price (£)
150000.0000 0.0045
100000.0000 0.0050

Posted at 22/5/2013 06:16 by poombear
Vsa raised £6m for Alkaine today. Would be interested to hear if anyone has tried to buy or sell shares in vsa via capita registars? Is there an indicative share price?
Posted at 18/4/2013 08:26 by tez123
Recount?

VSA Capital Group delisting – some most peculiar events
Posted by ShareSoc at 15:54, April 17 2013.
VSA Capital Group delisting – some most peculiar events

On the 28th March, VSA Capital Group announced a proposed delisting from AIM, with a vote to be taken on the 17th April (today). That was of course immediately before the Easter bank holiday, making it somewhat difficult for shareholders, particularly those in nominee accounts, to get their votes in on time. And so it turned out to be.

A number of shareholders opposed the delisting, led by Nick Brown who set up a web site to co-ordinate support – see www.keepvsalisted.co.uk . Whether the board has a justifiable case for delisting is not something I propose to cover here. Shareholders can read the information on that web site and that issued by the company to decide for themselves. But the subsequent events give ShareSoc grave concerns.

Only a few people turned up at the General Meeting (some having to attend because otherwise their proxy votes would not apparently have been received in time). Major shareholder John McCartney asked if the board had consulted any of their major shareholders before putting the delisting proposal forward. They said they had but he had not apparently been consulted although he claimed to be the third largest shareholder.

The final outcome of the vote was a narrow majority in favour of delisting – 77.6% FOR, and 22.4% AGAINST when 75% was required. But David Stredder (D.S.) who attended the meeting as a shareholder with a "letter of representation" from Pershing (using by his broker Dowgate as the custodian, i.e. nominee operator) was told by the Registrars (Capita) that some of his claimed shares could not be voted. How can that be? Either Pershing have allocated shares to D.S. which they do not have title to (i.e. that exceed those held on the register of the company), or they have lent the stock out without his knowledge.

In fact there were other shareholders who also held their shares via Pershing and so there is an even bigger shortfall than may have been immediately obvious (because D.S. could have otherwise voted those as being in the pool held by Pershing assuming these are pooled nominee accounts operated by Pershing as they usually are). In addition the Registrar said that some of the proxy forms in respect of the other holdings were not received in time from Pershing so could not be counted. About 4% of votes received by Capita were apparently disallowed.

This demonstrates exactly the evils of the nominee system. It's simply a mess at present. It is incomprehensible as to what should happen and there is no audit trail of votes cast. Nobody can be certain their votes are going to be recorded, and have been cast, if they hold them via a nominee account. The delisting of VSA would have been defeated if shareholders in nominee accounts had a reliable voting system.

Shareholders are reminded not to hold their shares in nominee accounts unless they absolutely have to do so, and in that case they need to very careful about who they use if they wish to ensure their votes are cast.

Join ShareSoc and help us put a stop to this iniquitous system.

Posted at 02/4/2013 06:26 by poombear
Some information on getting the proxy forms from Nick10 on lse who could possibly be the website guy?

"All unhappy VSA shareholders can obtain proxy forms and complete and sign and send or deliver them to VSA's registrars, Capita Registrars, PXS, 34 Beckenham Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 4TU. Forms must arrive at the above address by 11.00 am on Monday, 15 April 2013. Only 25% of shareholders need to vote against. VSA currently have 36.8 votes for. It isn't the first time shareholders have won the day taking on such resolutions. You can obtain the forms by emailing VSA Capital who are legally obliged to provide them for you. VSA's email is on their website. You can also see the Keep VSA Listed website (www.keepvsalisted.co.uk) for more information. Good Luck all VSA shareholders. Thisresolution is NOT in our best interests.

Posted at 21/3/2011 11:54 by flyingswan
Nice continued recovery in VSA share price as we move to the Master Investor 2011, conference on the 16th of April which VSA is Sponsoring and should get lots of new Clients. IMHO

Also having a good day with ADH. DYOR

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