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|2 April Fool posts. Let's hope that AEY shareholders aren't fooled out of their payout by this greedy bod who ruined the company which was (from memory) once valued at circa £300mio.|
|Unfortunately it takes about 6 months to get the tax clearance certificates from the Canadian tax authorities. Try googling. So probably middle of this year.
At the start of this process the company did loosely imply shareholders may get funds at the end of 2016. However at that time I don't think they did much research into the time-scales involved. Not very professional.|
|Has anyone any idea when monies will be paid out?|
|Could do with some cash back from here. Purchased them at a time when all junior oilers seem to be bad news, and this one no exception and certainly lost a shirt or two.|
|You can bet your eye teeth that the bod scumbags are milking it for all its worth until they condescend to handover what little is left to shareholders.|
|Cheers also for the update.|
|I reckon mid year before they get the tax certificate clearance from cannuck IRS.|
|Cheers for the update. It's been a long, long time on life support!|
|I queried the press release on 9th Jan 2017. Anthony Potter replied;
"I’ve revisited the press release dated January 9, 2017 and believe from the opening paragraphs that it was very clear the planned dissolution was moving forward. At the same time, we would be remiss not to include the cautionary language in the fourth paragraph just in case a clearly superior option did materialize. Under Alberta corporate law, if a superior merger or 100% corporate buy-out opportunity did happen to emerge, Antrim would be required to put that specific transaction to a shareholder vote."
Also regarding the timeline they are; "working as quickly as legal and commercial considerations permit to effect the planned dissolution and distribution. Further announcements will be made as we continue this process."|
Hedgehog for far too long supported Potter, and I am not sure they had the vigour to do much about it - I mean, they failed to boot Potter after his recommendation to reject the Sound Oil offer (for no good reason other than to keep his own bandwagon going).
It would not surprise me if Potter were to convince holders that the Company has found a suitable acquisition target and that the equity holders should vote to allow him to have another go rather than proceeding with the dissolution.|
|Potter and the board hold next to no shares so it doesn't matter what they want. Porqupine , or is it hedgehog?, are the biggest shareholders and they clearly wanted the liquidation.|
No - the last paragraph simply means if Potter finds any acquisition target he will try to promote that as a better alternative to dissolution and return of funds - it then enables him to keep the gravy train going...|
|Just speculating, but are they keeping their options open in case another o&g company offers to use their own shares to buy Antrim's cash? Result is we own shares in another o&g company. Doesn't sound very realistic but I can't imagine any other possible scenario that has the potential of generating a greater return to shareholders.|
|A bizarre last paragraph.|
|The ghastly Potter has not yet given up on the idea of not distributing anything but restoring things to enable him to carry on pauperising shareholders, something he is is rather good at.
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - Jan. 9, 2017) -
NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO U.S. NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR DISSEMINATION IN THE U.S.
Antrim Energy Inc. ("Antrim" or "the Corporation") (TSX VENTURE:AEN), today announced the Corporation intends to delist the Antrim shares from the TSX Venture Exchange, which delisting is anticipated to occur at the close of business on January 20, 2017.
As previously announced, it is expected that Antrim shareholders will receive the net proceeds of the liquidation (the "Distribution") to be made following the discharge of the Corporation's remaining liabilities and receipt of applicable tax clearance certificates.
The amount of the Distribution will be determined after repaying the Corporation's obligations and reviewing potential tax and other liabilities of Antrim and its subsidiaries, including the costs of winding up the business and affairs of Antrim and its subsidiaries. The Corporation does not intend to make any Distribution prior to receipt of the applicable tax clearance certificates. The current estimated amount of the Distribution remains Cdn. $0.05 per Common Share. It is not possible to predict when the tax clearance certificates could be obtained as their receipt is outside of the control of the Corporation. The Corporation will provide further updates on the expected timing and process for the Distribution.
The Corporation cautions investors that no Distributions or returns of capital have been declared by the Board at this time. Notwithstanding receipt of shareholder approvals for the matters described above, the Board may at any time determine that the Dissolution of the Corporation is not the best alternative for maximizing shareholder value and decide not to proceed to implement the proposed transactions.|
|Are we nearly there yet or are the directors milking it for all they are worth - barstewards?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|Indeed HP but I note the following so I'm not holding my breath.
The Corporation does not intend to make any Distribution prior to receipt of the Tax Clearance Certificates and during this interval, the Distribution amount is expected to be placed in a non-interest bearing bank account.
it is anticipated that the formal Dissolution and winding up of the Corporation and its subsidiaries will occur in early 2017. It is not possible to predict when a final assessment of the Corporation's 2016 tax return and Tax Clearance Certificates could be obtained from CRA or Alberta Revenue as their receipt is outside of the control of the Corporation.|
|Yep I'm not pleased this is going to drag on into the new year. However the estimated proceeds are slightly higher now at $7.3M from $7.15M previously. Also the £/$ exchange rate has been beneficial recently. Estimated return is 3.1p now.|
|Bunch of pr?cks.
Never run for the benefit of shareholders despite repeatedly stating so.
Now re-distribution is in early 2017. Surely they won't balls this up!|
|thanks fir the responses guys- feels like forever waiting for this to be donw with.|
|Nice spot Langland. That's $250,000 more than I thought they'd have sold it for.
Agree it shouldn't be long. AEY have effectively been in wind-down mode for a couple of years now.|
|Thanks for that langland, should speed the process up.|