Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Globo LSE:GBO London Ordinary Share GB00B282VW04 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 28.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:32:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 82.6 27.7 7.3 3.4 96.00

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16/10/2017
15:12
Jak, There's a thing called the European Arrest Warrant. That should be sufficient to bring COstis here for questioning. And of course, at this stage they are 'alleged' offences. As are all offences before they come before the court. If the fraud is as bad as it appears to be, and the auditors are at least partially culpable, then there should be something in it for shareholders too, from the auditor's PI insurance.
7kiwi
16/10/2017
15:09
I still think there's a case for going after GBO's auditors. EY has had to pay a fine for audit shortcomings at Tech Data. htTp://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/10/16/ey-hit-275m-fine-auditing-failures/
7kiwi
12/10/2017
16:23
Effortless Cool, Look I'm really not interested in getting into a long debate on the topic but quickly: "Kiwi has answered your question regarding what laws he has broken." Allegedly broken, not proven and open to interpretation. Kiwi also made the point that “the correct police force would I think be the SFO in the UK”. But how will they bring a case against someone in Greece? It’s already difficult enough trying to bring fraud charges but how do you force someone in Greece to come to the UK so that the UK court can try him? Let’s say that you manage to get some sort of arrest warrant. Let’s assume that you win? How are you going to go about tracking down the location of the cash and getting it back to the UK so you can give it to shareholders? Do you know a good Greek fraud investigator? Have you actually reported the case to the SFO and asked them to investigate? But then Kiwi also highlights the big issue: “I suspect also the banks that lent money will also feel defrauded” They probably come first in the pecking order. In a fraud case it’s probable that the banks will have a higher ranking claim than the shareholders and hence, if the case is won, then the banks will get their money back before shareholders get anything. Where’s the incentive for shareholders to bring a case if they’re not actually going to get any dosh? “As to theft, I admit I am interpolating, but the final interims showed E104m cash in the bank, whilst the administrator found next to nothing there.” The cash was held by the main Greek operating entity. I would humbly suggest that the SFO and the UK courts have no authority to investigate the theft (sorry, alleged theft) of cash from a Greek company. I’m sorry, it was a throw away comment that started this off. Obviously he’s as guilty as sin. But in the eyes of the law guilt has to be proven first. JakNife
jaknife
12/10/2017
12:17
Strange - JakNife's posts 25,497 and 25,499 don't show up on the mobile app, it just skips straight over them.
effortless cool
12/10/2017
12:02
JakNife, 7Kiwi has answered your question regarding what laws he has broken. As to theft, I admit I am interpolating, but the final interims showed E104m cash in the bank, whilst the administrator found next to nothing there.
effortless cool
12/10/2017
11:03
THe list of potential crimes is quite long: False accounting Defrauding shareholders through making false and misleading statements to the market Securities fraud through raising money on false pretences I suspect also the banks that lent money will also feel defrauded As it happens, I don't think it is 'theft' because he made his money from selling his shares in the market prior to the scale of deception becoming clear. So there's another one, insider dealing. The correct police force would I think be the SFO in the UK.
7kiwi
12/10/2017
10:46
That should make any would-be shareholder sit up and take notice JakNife. The risks are (I hope) low but the impact large. Don’t know the full details of either individual or their “questionable activity” - so not suggesting anything in particular - but I couldn’t help think of a certain other.. htTps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asil_Nadir
blusteradjuster
12/10/2017
10:34
So not "theft", because "money stolen from shareholders" would be theft not fraud. Fraud in which country? Against whom? Civil or criminal prosecution? Which police force should investigate? Has anyone made a complaint to that police force to prompt them to investigate? Is the investigation within the mandate of that police force? If the particular police force find evidence to bring a case then what country's courts will the case be brought in? How will the court compel witnesses that are potentially in different jurisdictions to attend the court?
jaknife
12/10/2017
09:23
What law do you think that he’s broken?
jaknife
12/10/2017
08:13
Living the good life on money stolen from shareholders. Why isn't he in jail?
effortless cool
11/10/2017
23:39
https://www.facebook.com/costis.papadimitrakopoulos?lst=556729501%3A1345577074%3A1507764942
jamesjoel
11/10/2017
23:39
Guess who? https://www.facebook.com/costis.papadimitrakopoulos?lst=556729501%3A1345577074%3A1507764942
jamesjoel
23/8/2017
20:13
If you complete a SA tax form then just log the loss there..my only saving grace that I can offset against mining gains. What are the authorities doing? Disgraceful.
sarahbudd
23/8/2017
16:58
Anyone any news on Globo? It seems that you can commit fraud on a massive scale, bank the money, flee the country and enjoy your retirement and no one gives a toss?
rcturner2
05/2/2017
18:05
Yes, think there is sufficient evidence to claim as negligible value in 2016/17 in my view.
topvest
01/2/2017
12:44
My understanding is that aim shares are subject to capital gains and losses the same as any other share purchase. I ma no expert but there might be some exemptions if they were subject to VCTs or maybe bought in ISAs. Try the tax board.
auphilman
01/2/2017
12:23
ShareSoc are saying that administrators say that you can claim a capital gains loss on these... How come - they were AIM? Anyone know anymore on this statement?
sarahbudd
31/12/2016
18:36
@top vest How do I go about declaring this as Negligible value it doesn't appear on the agreed list on the HMRC website .https://www.gov.uk/guidance/negligible-value-agreements-to-30-june-2014 Does this mean I have to write in to them and request it be considered? I'll be looking to claim for the current tax year
craggle01
06/9/2016
13:53
HTTP://www.shareprophets.com/views/23525/photo-story-crime-does-pay-if-you-are-an-aim-ceo-check-out-where-costis-papadimitrakopoulos-from-globo-is-hanging-out
ionlypostafterbbms
09/8/2016
12:23
Heard that Costis was sailing his yacht round the Greek islands.
sefton1
12/7/2016
08:18
Costis, Costis, come out, come out from wherever you are.
sefton1
04/7/2016
02:23
Effortless Cool - just looked in - tks for good synopsis above Did you know he is a man of the sea & goes by the nickname of papadim? My guess is touring the med on a nice boat - and poss planning his next adventure http://www.enomcentral.com/whois/greekyell-com.html
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