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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amigo Holdings Plc LSE:AMGO London Ordinary Share GB00BFFK8T45 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 10.91% 25.42 25.30 25.70 26.60 23.00 23.98 33,395,723 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 294.2 -37.9 -5.7 - 121

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06/4/2021
11:18
Hope so, think we will see blue finish today over 14p
samsung2020
06/4/2021
11:13
Less sells now. Possibly will climb to blue
marmar80
06/4/2021
10:34
Chinese Investor (AMGO) 30 Mar 2021 - 12:35:33 They are now considering borrowers having more than one vote depending on their circumstances ! i.e. "weight their votes" Chinese Investor (AMGO) 27 Feb 2021 - 10:01:57 So one million borrowers and guarantors will be eligible to vote for "the Scheme". Most of them know that have no chance of redress so they'll vote for it because they have nothing to lose. Amigo will get their 75% ! The courts and FCA can see this and will not approve the "Scheme" in the proposed form.
chinese investor
06/4/2021
10:23
CK I absolutely agree that the past customers are most likely to vote yes and have no doubt this is why Gary was keen to be wholly inclusive and include these past customers.
brocksford
06/4/2021
08:51
I think is a fair assumption that amigos customer base are not as well educated or as ‘in tune’ with the financial world as maybe some investors are, but I grew up on a council estate so I think I have a good idea of the mindset of the customer who will receive this letter. My general view would be if someone comes offering you free money you just take it, you don’t question it. You just take the money and be happy that you have more today then you did yesterday. So again my summary is the past customers weight should easily tip the scales to yes. All my own opinion of course.
ck1632
06/4/2021
08:43
Fair point mate. I apologise for my analogy, let's hope the right vote wins which is best for all :)
samsung2020
06/4/2021
08:39
Sam I am not a sun reader (although do have a house next door to VisRoth of daily mail) or one of jubberjim 'great unwashed' - BUT think my view is these are amigos customers and its their choice and we should rise above the name calling - just not cool
heatseek77
06/4/2021
08:38
I didn't mean this was true.
spirito
06/4/2021
08:35
I know, I am astounded at the number cutting their noses off. If it doesn't happen, I wonder if they can all claim against Sara for costing them money?
spirito
06/4/2021
08:34
Very reasoning makes sense and is logical but remember majority of the folks voting here probably won't be logical and normal clientele, eg being what I call typical Sun reader (no disrespect to anyone who is a Amigo loan holder).
samsung2020
06/4/2021
08:31
Im sure Amigo have said that's not the case.That Sara is a real piece of work, she needs to do one after Judge last week gave her a blast
samsung2020
06/4/2021
08:30
Surprised with the share price Though we’d get a bounce after Easter, new week, new financial year etc. I think there is a lot of negativity around the customer vote, but you have to remind yourself the scheme was created by Amigo. It has been designed specifically to ensure the business can continue operations and whilst it meets all the criteria of being ‘fair’ it is heavily weighted in Amigos favour. It allows all customers to vote (past and present) and the weighting of the vote based on money owed. Basically customer with no issues, loans paid in full get a letter stating they may have been mis-sold and could be owed compensation. All they have to do is vote yes, make a claim and potentially get a wad of free cash (who is this scenario would not vote yes?) and these customers carry the biggest vote as they will have the largest claim due to the years of interested accrued. I appreciated some more recent or current customers may vote no out of some bizarre belief they will get paid more if they do, but their vote carries less weight so will it matter? Just my opinion of course and would be interested on others views but that’s how I see it. I thought about it a lot over the last few days and I can’t (in my head) find another outcome.
ck1632
06/4/2021
08:27
Old news????
djstevens8614
06/4/2021
08:24
Debt camel suggesting that administration doesn't necessarily mean zero compensation and may be best option!
spirito
06/4/2021
07:58
Morning Sam, Amigo should be popular on ISA lists :-)
heatseek77
06/4/2021
07:52
Morning folks, hope all are well. Thoughts on today? I'm going with a blue finish, 14.30p at close.
samsung2020
05/4/2021
11:12
That’s an odd thing
gripfit
05/4/2021
06:22
Happ Easter all. I think bod are in closed period.....they ought to get voting updates in real time. Also, given controversy around LTIP conversion, they are unlikely to give critics more ammunition even if not in closed period.....
leoneobull
04/4/2021
10:12
The point i am making is not whether a soa is the same as a shareholder vote, but rather about getting something or nothing, so there it was, a hedge fund chose nothing instead of getting something.
ryad123
04/4/2021
08:02
Thanks bud. Happy Easter all Amigos
samsung2020
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