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|Great new web site|
|Take the chance and run with it, it be weak and let them turn u over|
|Problem is that Dearing cannot be trusted|
|http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/columns/sp-angel/27622/today-s-market-view-antofagasta-plc-asa-resource-group-plc-kodal-minerals-mariana-resources-ltd-ortac-resources-ltd-petropavlovsk-plc-tethyan-resources-plc-27622.htmlA little reading for a few consolidated facts.|
|gfrae, save your fingers the effect, yawn...|
|I suspect that many of the Chinese shareholders are connected. I assume that the nomad and Non Executives suspect the same.
Perhaps Nings shareholding,and or any connected to him could be taken as compensation ?
Non Execs and Nomad may be concerned about their reputations.
FCA unlikely to do anything.
Small shareholders would be the biggest losers in a delisting.|
|Is there nothing that WE private investors can do, via the FCA? Or is what I hear about them, true? Toothless Fairies?
I saw a video on YT, of a Dutch Financier being interviewed, and he said somethings that made my skin crawl... (via sub-titles) If it is true... and it appeared so.
|The non executive directors and the nomad may face some liabilities. If the company is majority owned by the embezzlers....they are hardly likely to take action against themselves !
I can not see the chief counsel/ company secretary taking action against those that pay him.|
|The authorities will be watching ASA like hawks from now on. They'll have to be as transparent as air. The swamp is being drained and it's a case of onwards and upwards. As the billionaire continues to add to his share holding and shares become more tightly held, any remaining shares will be sold at a premium.|
|Perhaps the remaining shareholder should jointly take legal action about the great ,Chinese takeaway|
|The FD and the Chairmen have been removed but what action is going to be taken against them for stealing $4.3 m? Will they just walk away with the money ? I can't see their man Dearing starting legal proceedings against them, maybe he was even aware of what was going on ?
If no serious action is taken against the chairman. I imagine he and his associates will find another way to regain day to day control of the company. They are probably majority shareholders and with Dearing's help they will find a way of regaining control. Without control they will not be able to extract cash one way or another.|
|ASA's main problem has always been getting competent management that aren't corrupt. The Chinese always came across as very competent and the things they have set in motion may well benefit the company going forward.
There's still a question mark over Dearing and his associations imho.|
|New website looks good and clear RNS on the fraudulent payments being 4.3m, not the figure of 15m in recent media
Wonder what Davy boy's game plan is here - silent major investor or when he's built up his stake on the cheap with as many shares as he can, takeover?|
|Davy is now above 7%|
|New website up and running|
|FAKE NEWS at work ?|
|Stolen money at work ?|
|Big volumes floating around here at the moment.|
|Another delayed trade from yesterday, this time for 2m.|
|I would have thought that Ning's shares are well out of his and his cronies hands. The biggest danger to the average pi, is that of FAKE NEWS. Wait for facts.|
|With Dearing still involved it cant be clean|
|Though I have not followed closely recently. If the Finance Director and the Chairman who perpetrated the fraud have been sacked, and they have or are in the process of getting rid of those Chinese employees who aided the fraud. presumably those Chinese will be replaced by locals and or South Africans which will leave the Chinese with a lot of equity and no control. They wont like this ,as we know, and they are unlikely to be able to pull the same trick as they did when aided by the crooked Dearing,in ousting the previous management.
So what will they do ? well maybe they are using the stolen money to buy more shares and will try and buy out the rest of the company with shareholders own money ?
As they are fully aware the easiest way to extract money from ASA and it's generous and gullible minority shareholders is by theft or dodgy contracts with associates.|
|wouldn't it be interesting to see who has bought shares since the announcement that caused the drop............remarkable that it is now basically back where it was.......|
|blueball.....is that website the basis for your investments? LOL! ; )|