Motif Bio Investors - MTFB

Motif Bio Investors - MTFB

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Posted at 11/8/2021 12:12 by hedgehog 100
Scott,

As you have observed, BVX has raised £2.5M. less in the IPO than it would have in the RTO, so obviously it's paying less as the broker takes a percentage of the funds raised for their work.

Also, a lot of the preparations done for the RTO, e.g. prospectus preparation, and finding investors, would have just been carried forward for the IPO, significantly saving time.

That said, you seem to now be partly recognising that BVX shouldn't have paid much for MTFB's listing.
Whereas for months, you've been complaining that it should have been paying far more for MTFB's listing, and that MTFB's directors were somehow failing in their duties for massively underpricing it.

The fact is, the shell value of MTFB was only about what BVX agreed to pay for it, and the price was fair.

Posted at 11/8/2021 07:58 by w t tutte
Now up 37.5% @ 27.50p ..... your warrants would be starting to perk up about here, if you had them. But at least you have Iclaprim, oh that's right you actually don't have it. In the long and sordid history of AIM I am not sure if there has ever been a group of more dunderheaded investors than those who, by choice, have been left holding the bag on MTFB.
Posted at 10/8/2021 17:54 by scottdavid70
Funny they used the same first name…. Not even subtle. If the group were talking to Gold they would have called a EGM already because Gold and Lumsden are as trustworthy as Donald Trump. Amazed Biomarck, Lamellar etc with Chris Wardhaugh haven’t decided to offload their services given the tainted reputations from this absolute travesty of a RTO that was tried to be bungled through.

Imagine having people on your board who when you are trying to raise money see that’s you raised $125 million and had zero value left at the end and then tried to screw investors over by asking for more money at the AGM for your salaries despite not getting Iclaprim approved and then taking as many shares for yourselves as the entire shareholding base who had suffered at your hands. How do these people stay in those jobs at those companies?

Posted at 24/7/2021 12:29 by scottdavid70
While the people who caused the value destruction in Morif stood to gain hundreds of thousands of pounds in shares and warrants compared to what you were getting after the RTO? Wow

Graham Lumsden raised $1125 million and the value went to virtually zero and yet stood to make a f&&king BONUS through his shares and you are saying that’s ok?

Jonathan Gold was going to gain 2 percent of the entire company - almost more than the ENTIRE shareholders just for himself. That’s ok just do you can have your pittance of £300?

That type of thinking was exactly what they wanted and why they didn’t communicate at all prior to the Vote or subsequent to it. They themselves knew it was a s&&t deal of a magnitude only the greediest people thought it could go through. They thought there was enough votes they held and the sheep would vote for their crumbs while they feasted at the top table yet again. They were massively wrong.

The most important currency is your word and theirs is worthless no matter how much money they made from Motif. Their standing is completely diminished by what’s happened here.

It won’t help Motif Bio shareholders probably but it will protect other investors that these men are involved in as the questions will be asked form now as the trust has gone after the debacle here

Walbrook also never promoted the RTO almost as if they didn’t want investors to know it was happening or publicly acknowledge their involvement in one of the most lopsided deals in favour of Directors the business world has ever seen.

I doubt very much Gold and Lumsden are communicating with anyone as they didn’t do it when they should have as per their own corporate governance so why now? Possibly if it’s true that a EGM wound heap even more embarrassment on them and they are scrambling to protect their reputations but I doubt it very much. They never cared so why would they start now and grow a proper conscience and not one for mere convenience

Posted at 23/7/2021 11:09 by scottdavid70
Well that would be the ultimate irony if they couldn’t talk to investors pre-RTO and explain the gifts they were receiving at the expense of the shareholders but are now willing to engage with them!!

Wouldn’t have anything to do with them needing to salvage their reputations would it after the most embarrassing chapter of any Director’s business life when the deal you have worked on for 6 months gets voted down when investors would rather take nothing than the pittance you are offering them?

Sorry don’t buy it they are talking and if they are it’s only to buy time to take the company into administration and close this whole sorry chapter for Jonathan Gold and Graham Lumsden.

As for Graham Lumsden and Biomarck. When they see he raised $120 million but ended up with investors who had zero value left in their investments and choose to receive nothing rather than a pittance I do wonder how long he will last there. Got to be tough fundraising with that hanging over your head

Posted at 12/6/2021 12:05 by scottdavid70
No it hasn’t been taken over but the reality is I just don’t think this was thrown together as hoc.

Look at the £650,000 raised - almost to the pound the perfect amount of money literally. That’s not a coincidence

The warrants exercised was £48,000 not £50,000 why £48,000? Strange number

They have made zero effort to explain why investors should vote for the deal and they stand to make a lot if it goes through. Appreciate they are all cowards and don’t want to face the music but for that easy dough there is enough incentive to speak to us to. Also appreciate its a tough sell to investors and that might be the reason they have chosen not too but my gut tells me the vote was tied up pre-suspension.

Their cards are marked though. Reputations in the bin most won’t lend them a pen now for the various companies they represent and if they lose this vote they will be selling hot dogs in Lexington Avenue when the general meeting is over

Posted at 10/5/2021 18:30 by scottdavid70
I know I said i wouldn’t post but o feel this is relevant- several investors I know have asked the company to clarify the situation surrounding Orange Avenue Technologies LLC - where it is - who sits on the Board etc - but nothing from the company. The state of play with Iclaprim.

We await the detail of the RTO but I am very skeptical these directors have grown consciences - so the fact they forgoed their salaries and the fact they don’t want to shine a light or illuminate investors in anyway as to the story with Orange Avenue Technologies LLC makes me deeply suspicious.

I would ask everyone on here to ask the company and Walbrook for clarification of what exactly and who exactly that company is before your wealth disappears.

Did carving out as I suspect Iclaprim from the final RTO deal allow them to walk away looking like they were good people when in fact the only value was in Iclaprim and they are sharing the spoils between themselves????

Much food for thought here everyone

Posted at 24/3/2021 10:45 by scottdavid70
Kind of crazy what investors will take. More than likely the take home pay with zero risk for Gold and Lumsden will be 25% plus of the value of the ENTIRE NEW COMPANY VALUATION on RTO if investors vote it through.

Personally I won’t accept these crumbs along with what has happened with Iclaprim and Orange Avenue Technologies LLC.

It’s grotesque greed for me and a message needs to be sent that investors have a strong voice

Posted at 09/2/2021 08:10 by scottdavid70
Chatting to many investors we are pretty sure that the deal won’t be structured in a way that gives any meaningful value back to the long term investors. No sense that this BoD has put our interests over theirs when you look at the salaries they have paid themselves despite failing.

Genuinely believe they don’t realise how many shares individual investors held by the end of July 2020 to vote down any RTO that just shoves more wads of cash into their pockets.

I will wait for the finer details which of course will come once Gold has secured his last deferred salary payment in March but currently the mood is to vote against it

Posted at 25/12/2020 04:44 by scottdavid70
Seasons Greeting and Happy Christmas to those that celebrate it to all the hard working ordinary investors here and there are many who have financed Graham Lumsden, Jon Gold, Bruce Williams and Chris Wardhaugh presents or celebrations.

The same goes to Peel Hunt and Walbrook who have trousered so much of the investors monies to play their staff and in term allowed them to enjoy their Christmas indirectly benefitting from investors by making the Boards words seem believable.

To the ordinary hard working people here I hope you can enjoy it and be safe in the knowledge that this will be the last Christmas you have to endure as a shareholder in this company.

There will be no salvation here for investors and I hope in the long run not for the Board either for their reputations

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