Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Assetco Plc LSE:ASTO London Ordinary Share GB00B42VYZ16 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 345.00 320.00 370.00 345.00 345.00 345.00 1,485 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 22.9 1.4 11.6 29.7 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2012
10:15
Whats leaking?
the drewster
18/4/2012
12:28
Exactly how much was raised since the craziness began? and how much was used to fill holes, and how much is available to the business to start to try to move forwards? There was £16m in March, potentially another £10m July (though not entirely sure the events mentioned in the RNS 25/7 ever materialised) and then the final £14m with the 1000-1 consolidation. There still seems a fair amount of uncertainty, especially now they have lost Lincolnshire, and having followed the institutions in at a discount when they fell below 10p, I am loathe to throw good money after bad until there is some degree of clarity as to whether there is in fact a viable business left at all.
the drewster
17/4/2012
11:22
getting tempted to buy some at these levels? I must be mad
warwick69
17/4/2012
11:09
Why don't they just pan us again - just for the fun of it ! - seems that way !!
caledoniaman1
16/4/2012
15:58
the new capital raised was at 2.00 so this is now trading way down on the new money and there should be plenty off cash following capital raised? guess need to wait for all the sells to flow through
warwick69
16/4/2012
13:02
I think it's a brave man who re-enters here. Do we know the new management will be any better. I am inclined to sell my miserable holding and buy a decent bottle of a single malt to drown my sorrows - that's about all it's worth!
hosede
14/4/2012
12:59
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-17708260 Lincolnshire fire service AssetCo contract 'ended' Lincolnshire fire service has insisted the ending of a contract with the firm which provided its fire engines will not affect its operation. A spokesman confirmed the contract with AssetCo Lincoln had ended, but for legal reasons, could not give details. The company, which has had financial problems, supplied, maintained and tested engines and equipment. The fire service said long-standing contingency plans meant its emergency cover was unaffected. 'Business as usual' In 2006, AssetCo Lincoln and fire bosses signed a 20-year contract and then announced the acquisition of 35 new engines and 22 refurbished ones. But the parent company AssetCo Plc has struggled with financial problems and in September last year needed to raise £14m in a refinancing deal together with agreeing a write down of debt with banks. A spokesman for Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue said: "Due to legal obligations, the service is unable to specify at the current time why the contract has ended. "As good practice the service maintains and tests business continuity plans for all eventualities. "Consequently the service is prepared to maintain business as usual in relation to providing fire engines and equipment to firefighters so that they are able to respond to 999 calls." AssetCo, which also provides fire equipment for London, was unavailable for comment.
dave whitby
13/4/2012
11:44
hosede yes i know that but may be an opportunity to get some cheap before they settle I am down 95% on my £5k holding so perhaps clutching at straws??? been a painful experience trying to bottom fish in a share with a bunch of crooks on the board or complete incompitents? not sure which.... something clearly smelly with the whole affair for past few years.... but surely the underlying business should if propably established be profitable as we all need fire services and the associated hardware? and tax payers pay at the end of the day....
warwick69
13/4/2012
10:48
Warwick Even if it does, twice SFA is still SFA! It needs to be a hundred bagger for previous investors to get anywhere near parity
hosede
11/4/2012
13:01
I understand the ex auditors are not sitting too comfortably either !
davidosh
11/4/2012
12:42
ditto rrogans
caledoniaman1
11/4/2012
12:33
Well I'm down a couple of thousand pounds so I've declared myself to ShareSoc. It feels like there would have to be some individual legal action against John Shannon himself if there is to be any money recouped, but I do feel that participating in any action should at least cause those scoundrels some palpitations!
rrogans
11/4/2012
11:56
ShareSoc are looking closely at this company in the light of todays announcement. Any shareholders past or present who have lost money here should contact ShareSoc as they are hoping to back an action group to obtain justice for investors. You can join the UK Individual Shareholder Society for free at www.sharesoc.org and comment privately on their network.
davidosh
11/4/2012
08:16
Well I assume Mr Shannon won't be allowed to be a director of a company for a good while. And presumably HMRC will be turning over his earnings to make sure he's paid his share. As for us shareholders, then little consolation to be had....
jockblue
11/4/2012
07:14
Fundamentals would have looked ok, the trouble is, the figures were, it seems, nothing but figments of the management team's imagination. Unbelievable that this was allowed to happen, all audited and signed off, yet apparently nobody is accountable for it?
the drewster
10/4/2012
21:01
I had this on my watch-list a long while ago based on what I thought to be strong fundamentals....shows you how wrong you can be
molatovkid
10/4/2012
08:11
Also brings into question the laws of the land if people can run a busiuness in such a manner and get away with it. Surely there are wrong-doings apparent to which the ex-management team should be accountable?
the drewster
10/4/2012
06:27
RNS out - what a mess! Beggars belief a plc can be run so badly....
molatovkid
10/4/2012
06:13
when will the suspension be lifted now Audit of accounts is complete?
warwick69
05/4/2012
16:24
Given how on the ball they are, perhaps they forgot it was a bank holiday tomorrow.
the drewster
05/4/2012
12:33
RNS Number : 1859A Assetco PLC 27 March 2012 AssetCo plc ("AssetCo" or "the Company") Publication of Accounts The Company announced on 9(th) September 2011 that trading on the AIM Market in the Company's shares had been temporarily suspended until the audited accounts for the period ended 30(th) September 2011 for the AssetCo group of companies have been published. It is currently anticipated that these accounts will be published by the week ending 6 April 2012. Anticipation seems to have been an ongoing problem for this mob !!
caledoniaman1
05/4/2012
11:53
they probably caught lite!
nico9
05/4/2012
07:25
and the accounts are .... ? Hmmm, nowhere to be seen.
the drewster
27/3/2012
13:54
I guess that would be an automatic £750 fine for late submission.
the drewster
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