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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Mbl Group Plc MUBL London Ordinary Share GB00B0W48T45 ORD 7.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 3.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
3.50 3.50
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ianguerin: Out of the blue I've received a cash distribution of 2.31p per share in respect of the company going into voluntary liquidation. Nice of the directors to keep investors informed of developments - NOT !
davidosh: How many do you guys have as the private investors here are holding the golden key ?
davidosh: According to the last annual report the following have holdings above 3% The Allan Family Trust 4,520,399 (26.13%) Peter Cowgill (ex chm) 2,487,579 (14.38%) T.L.Allan 1,467,662 (8.49%) J.M.Allan 733,831 (4.24%) Lisa Clarke has 250,000 shares andyesterday it was announced a new holder over 3% Keith Staton 1,084,333 (6.26%) I cannot see any other holdings announced so nearly 40% of the company is held by private investors or small institutional holders and maybe a handful of employees some of whom may be ex employees. Any thoughts on who else holds. Do any here still have holdings ?
jeffian: Apologies, Kimboy (#4981), I haven't been keeping up. This deal certainly begs a few questions. Sefton must have paid around 180p for their holding of 2.4m shares and were known to have been threatening legal action over due diligence done at the time. Why would they sell for pennies to ex-Chairman Cowgill? Did he pay market value or............? I only care because as an ex-investor legged over by the (mis)pronouncements of Chairman Cowgill, I wouldn't like to think that one investor would get preferential treatment over another.
rbcrbc: New investors will see nothing but a v. large buy by a generally well respected person and will jump on board with little or no knowledge of the past. I feel sad for them.
mcfart: Timesmoney. Suggest that Phil Clarke (Ex Tesco) is joining his sister Lisa Clarke (CFO/FD) MBL to turn MBL into a consultancy co "How Not to Run A Business" and perhaps PG sees this as an opportunity. Joking aside I cannot understand why MBL's FD, who is more than capable(seriously), has hung around TA and this sinking ship for so long? A prisoner perhaps guarding skeletons. Any new investor seeing this Co as a medium/long term bet needs to pay a visit to the doctor. Ask Davidosh...he will tell you.
sigora: with these pump and dump merchants around very hard for newbie investors can so easily get caught on the spike, agree when shares go they issue a rns re speeding ticket but when they collapse not a peep the poor small pi having to grin and bear it find it soooo hard to stomach, one of my holdings avp shot up last week well over 70% after months of doing nothing , i left screen to attend meeting when i got back att of the rise had gone due to one of those rns
simon templar qc: Was reading motley fool someone over there posted details of my derivative action and MUBL was mentioned in the post. If you are having problems have you though of instigating a derivative action like I am doing... Here are the links: Southport Visitor HTTP://www.southportvisiter.co.uk/news/southport-news/southport-investor-launches-rare-legal-7373170 HTTP://boards.fool.co.uk/mr-bridge-is-based-in-southport-which-is-only-a-13053505.aspx?sort=postdate Times HTTP://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/business/industries/technology/article4128310.ece
timesmoney: HugePants. Have you unearthed a gem that no one else has spotted? No you have uncovered a dead dog that has cost hundreds of investors their hard earned. Run away and do not look back.
jeffian: Well I'm one of the sado-masochists that held this all the way down and took my loss at the bottom (3-oddp, I think) as I needed to use the Capital Loss, but I have to agree with davidosh and Kimboy, there really is no case for this to remain as a public company. I held on for so long as I assumed TA would take it private - as he should. One investing maxim which I always find useful - whether a share you hold is high or low - is to keep asking yourself the question "Would I buy this today at this price?" If MBL was coming to the market today with a Prospectus describing a mish-mash of small, and not obviously complementary businesses (a specialist music publisher, a declining music/entertainment wholesaler, a music retailer with an 'online' name but which trades out of bricks-and-mortar premises, and a bird-food retailer), making losses from small, and declining, revenues, would you buy it? Punters like 34Simon may make a few bob bottom-fishing, and good luck to them, but no serious investor is going to look at this and there is no need for it to remain in the glare of public scrutiny with all the associated costs it can ill afford. TA should take it back at NAV.
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