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Coca-cola Hbc Ag LSE:CCH London Ordinary Share CH0198251305 ORD CHF6.70 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -22.00 -0.87% 2,510.00 2,506.00 2,509.00 2,563.00 2,502.00 2,552.00 797,078 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 5,945.7 559.5 113.4 21.7 9,245

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12/6/2008
14:21
Hmm...looks from that snippit that there might have been more going on other than just them using a short term loan for long term purposes. Perhaps, with hindsight, a company showinng 3761% growth and PER still 4.5 should have been seen as a bit of a risk!
soggy
12/6/2008
13:49
http://www.thenational.ae/article/20080611/BUSINESS/529308667/-1/ART RM
rampmeister
05/6/2008
12:37
You've got mail. Cheers!
soggy
05/6/2008
12:12
I think an action group is a good idea. I have been trying to get news and have been advised that CCH will be making an announcement shortly; whatever that means?! Ordinarily I prefer a more aggressive approach and generally favour to engage in a legal advance, but in this instance lack any knowledge as to the merits of this strategy. I will get a legal option today. If anyone wishes to exchange contact details you are welcome to email me at carl@taxiadv.com and we can at least compile a list for now.
maccalondon
28/5/2008
14:18
quite! but seriously, I think they have until July 31st to file accounts for 2007. http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk/02efc0f7e0a6f6d2a2ae35714252a41c/compdetails
confusedcoalboy
28/5/2008
14:00
lol! good job we can still smile.
moormoney
28/5/2008
13:33
I think one of our great difficulties might be the fact that the bulk of the company is actually the German part. I can't recall if it's a subsidiary or what, but the bit that got sold off (or didn't - we never did find out, did we?) was the German part, which was the bulk of the business. I would imagine failing to lodge accounts is an offence? I was about to say to you moormoney, Don't exaggerate - the company wasn't sold for £1.....it was $1!
soggy
28/5/2008
13:22
What about selling the company to the ceo for £1---to protect it. yeah right!!
moormoney
28/5/2008
13:17
ok. online complaint form at the companies investigation bureau: http://www.insolvency.gov.uk/cib/ spoke to a gent there who said only a couple of paragraphs on complaint form- allege which offence(s) have been committed- no more. No guarantees they'll investigate. Right, so any ideas anyone? Might need to trawl the Law to find out about specific offences. Apparently not staying in touch is not an offence. The fatc the AGM was cancelled could be a starter, but apparently we can legally enforce them to hold one, so that might not be enough to warrant any further enquiries. This may be quite time consuming. Possible we could get them on the inappropriate use of funds (long term/short term debacle) ??
confusedcoalboy
28/5/2008
13:00
maybe on the MAM site.
moormoney
28/5/2008
12:57
sent an email to BERR asking where I should direct correspondence about a complaint. It would be helpful to get a comprehensive list of all the company RNSs. Unfortunately, they seem to have been taken over by RBS announcements on the 'news' tab above. Just trying to get a complete picture to send to the BERR.
confusedcoalboy
27/5/2008
08:22
coming upto 1 year soon - this is just silly now
sparky333
14/5/2008
08:01
reading an article about the Farepak debacle, a mention is made of a 'Companies Investigation unit' at the BERR. I'll see about finding out about them. Sorry, no further progress to report, been busy at work past few days. Al
confusedcoalboy
10/5/2008
09:12
There may be some results, but that doesn't mean WE will get them - we still don't know if the entire company has been sold to Erin for $1 or not. If it has, we don't have a company any more...or perhaps we still own the UK part of it, which from memory was just a tiny fraction of the actual company. But I agree - thanks to those who have been sniffing around and finding whatever tidbits there are. Ta.
soggy
09/5/2008
14:57
Thank you for your efforts--it's good to know they are still trading. If we all persist we may get some results!
moormoney
07/5/2008
17:23
They are still active: http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk/3d2b67c50a1266fd990e40224c3379e2/compdetails According to the link above, they have until the end of July to file accounts for the period to 31st Dec 2007. So at the moment, it's not a sure fire total loss, despite how I've felt up 'til now. Ain't holding my breath, mind. I think a good idea is to make sure that if your holding was via a nominee account, that CCH know your details properly.
confusedcoalboy
07/5/2008
17:04
ok, PI Robertson's case book so far: Phoned FSA helpdesk 4 on number from link posted by me yesterday, guy told me since it was AIM I had to contact AIM regulatory team (0207 797 4154). Phoned AIM regulatory team; they said since listing cancelled 30 days after resignation of NOMAD, nowt they can do (seemed reluctant to do anything about potential breaches of regs that caused the NOMAD to feel they should get the hell out). They did point to the fact that the DTI (now called BERR, link below) should be able to look at the situation, as we hold shares in a private company which has responsibilities regarding accounts, AGM etc too (The fact that the Finance guy is in the registered office suggests the outfit has not gone to the wall. ).Phone lines closed by the time I got there. Tomorrow. http://www.berr.gov.uk/administration/contact/index.html
confusedcoalboy
07/5/2008
16:39
just phoned CCH looking for an update. Patrick Kennedy (Finance Director) will apparently get back to me in the next hour or so. We'll see what he has to say. EDIT: Did he get back to me? Did he hell. praps some others might like to do likewise: CCH International PLC Northumberland House, 15 Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey TW10 6TP, England. Tel: +44 208 334 0871
confusedcoalboy
07/5/2008
15:55
nice prompt reply from Mail on Sunday---my enquiry has been passed to Jeff Prestridge. I hope he will follow up and get us some answers. Soggy--how about you sending your list of questions to the M on Sun?
moormoney
07/5/2008
09:52
quite right soggy.
confusedcoalboy
06/5/2008
22:06
I don't think it was actually a hustle - the business was good, it was just that they appear to have cut a corner legally and got caught out. I would bet that in any other circumstances the banks would have levied a surcharge or something and we'd just have got on with it. Unfortunately the problem arose right at the start of the hysteria between banks and nobody was going to cut anybody any slack. Sheesh! they won't even do ordinary business between each other at the moment let alone anything with a glitch! So the plug was pulled and everybody loses - the banks included, which is the crazy thing. But this absolute silence is surely criminal - literally. To have cancelled the AGM and to not file results etc. I'm sure is a breach of the requirements that should be highlighted. And although Nil owns most of the company, we do still, technically, own part of it. So what's happening? Are we still trading even though we're not listed? What of all those millions that are already lent out - are they still being repaid or have they been defaulted on because we're down the swanee? And what of this jiggery-pokery of selling off the company for nothing to be bought back in three years for nothing? And what actually did happen about the agreement of the two banks involved - I seem to remember one bank agreed to whatever the deal was but we never got told what the other bank did? And where is all the money now? And where are the directors now? We all know it's probably goodnight Vienna for our investments, but the FSA should surely be asking for explanations of what has happened while the company was under their jurisdiction as a listed company on a London exchange.
soggy
06/5/2008
20:31
would agree with you but the results seemed outstanding--difficult to fake that.
moormoney
06/5/2008
20:28
What a classic hustle this one was.
wiganer
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