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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Karelian Diamond Resources Plc LSE:KDR London Ordinary Share IE00BD09HK61 ORD EUR0.00025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.20 3.90 4.50 4.20 4.20 4.20 34,708 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -1.0 - 2

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2019
11:04
They'll need a meeting to agree a meeting to discuss the plans for planning the plans.
sirianbotham
17/9/2019
10:29
Cats, Prof and other persons in their deemed concert party have almost 30% even without Martello is all I’m saying. Prof and directors (on assumption that they are deemed to be a concert parry, which I believe they are) have almost no room to buy more shares, or even allot more shares to themselves thru debt of equity swap without going over 30% limit. Like I say that doesn’t even include the Martello holding..... Bear in mind also that there were around 3 mln voting shares or so that weren’t passed across by Halifax last time, and as I am led to believe, the bulk of these would have been in support of the new regime. The vote was lost last time only by just over 1 mln votes. The balance of voting power even with the prof’s increased holding, is far far closer than you imagine.... L.
lazygun
17/9/2019
09:43
Indeed Sir Ian. Has the new director set foot in Finland. ? Our proposal team could find lahtojoki in a blizzard!! Often worked there in them. RTZ old chestnut!!........ Will he be flying from Canada in business class at the shareholders expence??
hooops
17/9/2019
09:04
Another one to vote off hoopsWe should be cutting our cloth not increasing our costs. His primary experience is grassroots exploration discoveries! We need to develop what we have and stop sampling every field in Finland. To assist in .... 'technical plans for the development plans for the development of our diamond deposit' .... great plans for plans .... suns it up ..... we don't even have the plans yet! The current bod has no support beyond its own holdings which is an indictment itself. If the requisitions get another chance and every vote for is counted then they will win. Lack of selling is a clear sign many are holding for that specific reason ONLY.
sirianbotham
17/9/2019
07:40
Another wage and expense going out .Wait for storm surge in the share price LOL
hooops
17/9/2019
07:29
Oh no he's delighted again 😉
catswhiskas
17/9/2019
07:24
Big deal !! We had over 30% voted last time and that's without the missing votes not cast so heading towards 40%??. At lease we are forcing change however no money and lack of planning going forward same old bla bla bla . When ??? This century or next,???
hooops
17/9/2019
07:02
Karelian Diamond Resources plc("Karelian Diamonds" or "the Company")17 September 2019Appointment of Non-Executive DirectorKarelian Diamonds (AIM: KDR) is pleased to announce that, further to the announcement released by the Company on 15 July 2019, the Company has appointed Howard Bird as a non-executive director of the Company with immediate effect. Mr. Bird will also continue in his role as a geo-science consultant to the Company.Mr. Howard Bird is an internationally experienced Professional Geoscientist (diamonds, gold, platinum and base metals) and has over 30 years' diverse junior and senior mining company exploration, development and mining experience, including over 15 years at senior executive management level.Mr. Bird has a strong background in both European and North American marketing, capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, and joint-ventures. He has a proven track record contributing to significant company value added growth with grassroots exploration discovery success, development and production of highly profitable kimberlite diamond deposits.Mr. Bird was the Senior Vice President of Exploration and Geology at TSX listed Brigus Gold Corp. where he led the exploration team in the discovery of three new gold deposits at the Grey Fox Project. He was also part of the corporate development team adding the acquisitions of the Black Fox producing mine, near Timmins, Ontario and the Box mine deposit in northern Saskatchewan. Brigus was later acquired by Primero Mining Corp. in March 2014.Prior to Brigus, Howard was the Senior Vice President of Global Exploration for TSX and AIM listed SouthernEra Diamonds Ltd., where he spent over 15 years in the diamond industry. He has extensive worldwide experience and was involved in programmes that have led to the discovery of over 100 kimberlites, working in Canada, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, Angola, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of Congo, Botswana and Gabon.Mr. Bird was involved in the discovery to production success of several new economic diamond deposits while at SouthernEra, including the Marsfontein pipe, Sugerbird Blow and Klipspringer mine in South Africa, and he worked on one of the world's largest pipes, the Camafuca kimberlite in Angola. While at SouthernEra, Mr. Bird was also involved in many of the grassroots kimberlite diamond discoveries in the Northwest Territories of Canada, these included joint-ventures with Rio Tinto. While at SouthernEra, Mr. Bird's added responsibility included Vice President, Global Exploration for TSX listed Southern Platinum and he was a member of the team that brought the Messina (Limpopo) Platinum mine into production in South Africa.
chumbo1
17/9/2019
07:00
Maureen and James are holding 1%
catswhiskas
17/9/2019
06:34
Voting for Professor Conroy PROF - 18.6% CONROY - 3.19% DR S CONROY - 2.8% BRENDAN MC - 0.7% MARTELLO ( PRESUMED ) - 6.47% Total 31.76% and i havnt included Maureen
catswhiskas
17/9/2019
06:03
Lazygun go to the kdr website and add them up the figures are not wrong if Martello vote for conroy he has over 30% of the vote .Requisitioners have no where near 30%
catswhiskas
17/9/2019
03:06
Cats, your numbers are completely wrong. As for VV, well, your analysis is also wrong. Since the egm, the majority of shares traded have been buys.... This is far from over L.
lazygun
16/9/2019
22:47
Would unfortunately have to agree Presuming Martello is voting for CONroy then they have circa 32% votes against Rebels have 24% For.CONroy could further increase by 3 % before having to make an offer under concert party rules. Of course there will be the smaller holdings voting for either sides heavily weighted to the rebels but wont be enough though to change the outcome they are well short . If Conroy does make a 3% further purchase i make it they are 10% short .Change isnt going to happen based on current holdings 😂😂😂
catswhiskas
16/9/2019
15:43
Looks obvious to me but this latest coup to try and remove the current board looks dead in the water.They haven't got a cat in hells chance of pulling this off they failed last time and since then prof has acquired a further 5% and diluted all existing holders. Judging by the current trading pattern all sells and no buys the market has succumbed to the inevitable.
venomousviper
12/9/2019
19:36
Well.seems like I've had a busy week or two and the shenanigans have continued on here. Fair play to the guys i say. Having read their latest update.... At least they have what sounds like a good plan for the company...which is more than I can say for the current lot! Who knows what's gonna happen next...but the sooner the current lot are out the better
thedoogster
11/9/2019
19:10
The real question ladybird is, do you still hold shares in Kdr, and will you be voting in favour of the proposals, for the new board, or voting against, to retain the old board? L.
lazygun
11/9/2019
17:20
Outsmarted? He's used every trick in the book because he can't rely on anyone else to support him that's not paid by the company.
sirianbotham
11/9/2019
16:07
Well my votes didn't count at the last EGM but they will this time so that's another 0.5% of the issued share capital the requisitioners have for a start !
catswhiskas
11/9/2019
15:39
Perhaps, Cats, but has the Prof. in any case outsmarted them (yet again!) with his additional shareholding? Don't hold your breath, I suggest.
ladybird1
11/9/2019
15:07
Rebels will have acted upon the advice of their lawyers and brokers before calling another EGM they arnt going to requisition one without doing due diligence first .
catswhiskas
11/9/2019
13:50
A fair summary, SirIan. We are not far apart. If the dissdents can come up with anything we shall no doubt discover in the fairly near future. As to if not, and they seek to sell their holdings, an interesting question might be who the Heck would be daft enough to pay money for it?
ladybird1
11/9/2019
13:27
They may not intend to hold a vote but its not a question the BOD can determine on their own. I imagine its up to how the the statutory requirements of the Irish Companies Act 2014 are interpreted. So yes in some way I share your concerns because the one thing this BOD is good at is using its legal obligations as an excuse. Lets see what comes back. If he felt so safe in that regard I doubt he would have converted debt to shares. As for ranting on a website. I have seen more information and detail on that site than anything the company has ever produced. Their arrogance to dismiss at least 40% of their shareholders concerns as vexatious or disgruntled blogging or actually harmful to the companies progress is simply offensive and arrogant. I'd also be asking what does the BOD intend to do if another EGM is going to be held. Or is this just the excuse they can dine off for another 12-24 months while nothing progresses. They have offered nothing in their responses to the very shareholders (who haven't sold) to try an allay any of their concerns or lay out a way forward. If there isn't an EGM or the vote is lost again ... what next? In the absence of anything from the company I imagine the 40% plus will cut their losses and run and where will that leave the company.
sirianbotham
11/9/2019
11:17
You're not answering the basic question, SirIan. What can the dissidents actually do now to remove the Board? The Directors plainly do not intend to rehold a vote. It seems unlikely, as the EGM was properly held and their was no negligence by the Company, that they could be forced to hold a fresh one. So the Board seems safe for another year. Should the dissidents have any course of action open to them, other than ranting on a website, I shall be most interested when it is revealed. But I quite simply can't think of one.
ladybird1
11/9/2019
11:14
@SirIan, well they got 3% above their own plus Martello's holdings last time, so that is a maximum of 40%, assuming they can and do push their holding to the maximum 30%AND IF, and ONLY IF Martello still vote for them, having just experienced a 25% loss and potentially seeing the bottom of the barrel if Conroy wins again.
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