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East Imperial Plc LSE:EISB London Ordinary Share GB00BMZ1ND56 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -4.35% 11.00 10.50 11.50 11.50 10.75 11.50 665,049 11:31:10
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East Imperial Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/11/2021
00:22
Remember telling whoever would listen to sell at 18p. Hope a few listened!
purple11
26/11/2021
15:00
Ta for that seagreen. Similarly, took a few more 13.5k at 11.20p. I just feel/ believe we should be near the bottom & in the long term this will be seen as an astute top-up price & will be much higher once the present board shenighans are out of the way & positive news on sales, progress continues.
davethechef
26/11/2021
12:59
Warren Buffett once said that it is wise for investors to be “fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful.” I am convinced it is time to buy so I did .....just hope my logic is correct I can not see how this will not be resolved in favour of the resolution however biter the taste may be and if it is not it will still recover.... but WTFDIK
seagreen
26/11/2021
08:19
[...] Six best tonic waters to mix with your Gin
davethechef
26/11/2021
08:19
[...] Six best tonic waters to mix with your Gin
davethechef
23/11/2021
20:59
East Imperial has tweeted in the last 24 hours; "Following our successful launch of Amazon US, we're live on Amazon Australia. Just in time to grab a pack of cans for a spectacular Summer" Also a poster on twitter displayed a paragraph mention from recent @sundaytimes, over the boardroom shenanigans & ends saying could get fissy!?!
davethechef
21/11/2021
01:29
It is all about brand marketing at the premium end in 2021.... They have the product....they need these two new guys to light the global brand touch paper ...the non executives should realise it, shrug their shoulders, welcome whoever is needed and buy a shed load of shares and sit back and watch the fireworks with their feet up !!!
seagreen
19/11/2021
21:48
Nicely said seagreen. What a debacle, but hopefully, in the not too distant future, to be resolved relatively smoothly(and sensibly & amicably)as can be, so as East Imperial moves onwards towards its goal of becoming a major global premium drinks company.
davethechef
19/11/2021
15:03
As you say anything we think of is pure conjecture! In no particular order: I suspect both sides are surprised at each others reactions! I am a tad surprised that the board is made up of 4 Non-Executives vs 2 Executives, but that may be normal in a lot of embryonic companies, although arguablly the Non-Executives may look to the Chairman for guidance. The Board and management have done an excellent job to date. Due to the sensitivity of the major shareholders request for a change in the Board and the timing, one presumes there must be a certainty in his mind that they have done an excellent job in building an Asia Pac brand, but he is convinced that the Chairman is the wrong person to take the company to the next stage and build a global brand. Or there is a degree of frustration or a specific issue that has built up, which we wil never know about unless the General meeting turns into an unslightly verbal brawl. The highly regarded Chairman on the face of it must find the whole thing totally galling. The only quick solution, which is a non runner in my book, is if the CEO publically or privately said he woud vote against the Chairman staying giving them a simple majority. However, this would leave the CEO open to attack/dismisal/public criticsm of his misuse of his shareholding and in an invidious position to put it mildly. Plus presumably there is a high degree of loyalty built up over time, so for many reasons he has to take a neutral stance until it comes to the general meeting unless it can be sorted without the need for him to declare his vote. The concept of the advisory board I thought was briliant initialy, but then if you think about it, it would be unwieldly, beuracratic, expensive and dificult to obtain a united decession on strategy from. In theory this is the Chairman's role anyway. On balance I feel (ignoring the rights and wrongs of the situation) the board, which is after all there to protect the interests of all shareholders and insure corporate governance have slightly overstepped the mark. In particular, the Non-executives arguably. At the end of the day the business is still functioning and flourishing and this is a board room battle with a major shareholder or group of shareholders who are big hitters in their own right and tough/unpleasant decessions make or break firms. So if you feel whatever the outcome is the business will still succeed and the executives/management team will not be effected or broken then the shareprice is an utter bargain of the century going forward. All be it that one should expect a degree of turbulence for up to 49 days, but any decession will be seen as positive, by the market. I might be wrong and whilst accepting neither side has come out smellling of roses, I think any perceived moral high ground the Chairman may have had has been lost or is ebbing away when you read the comments of Taylor Partners, so on balance a simple majority of shareholders will vote for a change to bring the matter to a close and ensure the brand momentum continues globally. Lest we forget the major shareholders have excellent contacts that the business would be foolish to lose, in such a competitive environment and are going through this pain to ensure its ultimate success. (Irespective of any sympathy shareholders may or may not feel towards the Chairman, there is no I in team to use a well worn phrase .) Certainly the two proposed replacements look to be of a high quality if you look on Linkedin. Particularly if you could are of the view that it is all about building a global brand going forward and not specific knowledge of the drinks industry for example. So frankly it is in everyones best interests to come to an amicable solution or agreeement yesterday and stop this ridiculous farce carrying on for a day longer than it has to. Perhaps the board will use the weekend to come to their senses as I cannot believe they can seriously think this issue will go away, that they will win a vote or do anything but harm by prolonging the misery a day longer than they have to.
seagreen
19/11/2021
06:42
Oh dear....
purple11
18/11/2021
18:51
Appreciate your thoughts, links & insight seagreen. I just wonder if this 'messy unsavoury' situation can be resolved before the EGM? Unlikely I guess BWTFDIK
davethechef
18/11/2021
17:22
The maximum period is 21 days from the notice (15th November)to convene and then a maximum of 28 days from the date of convenying as per the RNS, which would impllly the worst case would be circa 3rd January 2022. If they wait that long they will lose any remaining dwindling support and the resolution will be unanimous due to the pig headed and naive behaviour of the Chairman and his co Non Executive Directors. The Chairman and the Non Executive board potentialy are in danger of facing or could face a class action from shareholders against their behaviour and potential misuse of company funds imho and prime facie the board does not understand UK company law, which says it all. I can not see how the Chairman can prevent a simple majority approving the resolution, shareholders are fed up and even if the Chairman found a white knight to buy out Dr Reagan and Taylor Partners a) it would be turned down and b) the shareholders would now still want them to resign due to their appalling mishandling of the situation. He is a Non-Executive Chairman and Funke is a Non-Executive Director (with a legal background, which makes it worse) I am confused that the board does not understand Company Law. Certainly the enigmatic Toby Haywood does if he choses to obey it. Do they honestly think that by carrying on a recruitment process for a "suitable" replacement or additional Non Executive Director and burying their heads in the sand will make this go away. They are totally deluded the majority of sharehoders have had their faith in the Non Executive Board destroyed by their own stupidity and ignorance of Company Law. It stinks of them protecting their Non Executive remuneration and/or share options rather than acting in the best interest of the shareholders and the company. Two of Warren Buffets famous quotes come to mind "It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently." “I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.” I hope they see sense and not put their sharehoders through any further misery.
seagreen
18/11/2021
15:09
Seagreen, Thank you for that link, from the 12th. Quite some detailed insight & concern from Taylor Patners. It's all getting rather messy ; unsettling, especially to the share price( which they mention) ten minutes or so ago one could sell AND buy for 12p! When is this EGM expected to take place?
davethechef
17/11/2021
18:47
Interesting link thanks. It's becoming clear that with today's news re TP & Dr Regan wish/ instience for their own recent management additions & East Imperial's recent new employee signings(and their own wish to join) of pedigree & huge experience; that they expect & believe, a huge growth future incoming here. But all a little unsavoury presently, which is a shame IMO.
davethechef
17/11/2021
17:28
'Taylor Partners GM Requisition submitted to East Imperial Plc' Taylor Partners response to East Imperial's latest announcement. https://www.investegate.co.uk/taylor-partners-ltd/rns/gm-requisition-submitted-to-east-imperial-plc/202111171117596883S/
investorlseaim2
17/11/2021
08:45
Like the way the one who got in the placing were pumping away claiming comparatives to fevertree then at around 15-20p they all dumped Never to be seen again and the ramping has died leaving impaled fools
jaforsadi
17/11/2021
08:38
Quite agree. Short-term pain, long-term gain! They see the huge potential & trying to unsettle for their own selfish gain. I'd be buying further now, but already heavily exposed.
davethechef
16/11/2021
17:20
Advfn won't allow; LSE discussion site will, I've posted there
davethechef
16/11/2021
17:19
Link to their very recent inclusion on Amazon USA Marketplace [...]
davethechef
10/11/2021
12:23
Agreed long-term for a progressive, growing company, expanding nicely, which will be backed-up by regular updates & positive news I'm confident of(like the progress in USA, Singapore & the U.K particularly I would imagine) Patience for now; recovery will come.
davethechef
10/11/2021
11:14
Don't get it, either. What seems like good news to me causes the share price to fall. Am staying in for the long-term, as I think this is s good brand and management team. Also, the working of the market in the short-term has always baffled me!
phil188
10/11/2021
09:16
Launches on Amazon Marketplace USA
davethechef
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