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  0.00 0.0% 0.50 0.40 0.55 - 0.00 00:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/6/2021
07:14
What l find laughable is Tutte suddenly popping up everywhere. I also find laughable that he thinks his alleged institutional investors aren't just a mixture of individual clients. I also find it laughable that the last time the bod tried to con the shareholders they didn't get their way and compared to this disaster , that was a gift. So give it up....lol lol lol
chuffer2
08/6/2021
06:44
What we find laughable is that you are defending the Board Taken close to $2 million in salaries in past 2 years Have given themselves more shares and Warrants at a preferential price to shareholders by 50% - basically bonuses but are the ones that put us in this horrific situation by taking huge salaries and diluting us to oblivion Took what essentially bonuses in the warrant price and in my opinion gifts to Lumsden, Williams and Wardhaugh but didn’t negotiate any value for our $18 million tax credit or Iclaprim So yes we think the way they have shared out the deal is disgusting sorry you feel they are saints and deserve an OBE
scottdavid70
08/6/2021
06:17
I also find it a bit laughable that some people seem to be against the share consolidation, when it is the merger ratio that cause the dilution. If I have 220 shares at 1p or 1 share at 220p as long as this is applied to all shareholders my percentage ownership of the company does not change. It is only when the comparative value of MTFB and BiVictrix are put together that the dilution occurs.
w t tutte
08/6/2021
06:10
Furryguy: Thank you. You are spot on, but kindly note I did not say any of the Instos were substantial (3%+). Just that there were numerous Instos on the register, most of the names I mention are each in the 1.5% to 2.5% range and when I add them all up they equal @ 24%. Based off of the mood on the chat board I am working on the basis that 75% of shareholders will vote against. However in normal circumstance you would probably expect it to be the reverse, as you would expect most shareholders would want a certain something over a certain nothing. My expectation is that the chat board is self selecting and probably overemphasis's the size of the "against' vote. I expect the RTO to be approved comfortably but accept that I might be wrong.
w t tutte
07/6/2021
21:47
And we haven’t got any upside for the tax credit of $18 million or Iclaprim We paid for that That’s f&&&ing why
scottdavid70
07/6/2021
19:12
Tutte: "As of December 31, 2020, the Company has 654,991,023 Ordinary Shares on issue. The Company’s shares are only traded on AIM. In general, there are no restrictions on the transfer or sale of the Company’s shares. There are no shares held in treasury and less than 1% of the shares are not in public hands. As far as the Company is aware, there are no significant shareholders (i.e. those with 3%+ shareholdings) in the Company."
furryguy
07/6/2021
18:32
Even if this gets passed Karma will turn up. She always does. May take some time. Those who think that doing something this underhand doesn’t affect them are wrong - it catches up with you and slowly but surely it eats you from the inside out to a very dark place
scottdavid70
07/6/2021
15:15
Then they contract with a conspiracy of cowards and therefore are tainted with that association long term. Clients who have morals and aren’t in need of budget PR companies will be staying well well clear
scottdavid70
07/6/2021
14:24
Or Walbrook are just a service provider who are contractually obligated to follow their clients (MTFB) instructors, regardless of their view on the deals merits or otherwise.
w t tutte
07/6/2021
12:09
Incredible that Walbrook haven’t posted the RTO details anywhere on their social media sites. They know how much resistance there is to this deal and are trying to keep it on the down low and also not allow investors to air the dirty laundry attached to the deal. They are trying to cover up for what anyone can see is a seismic injustice for shareholders of Motif Bio. They are as shameless as the Director’s and by their silence are also accomplices to this corporate crime of not acting in shareholders best interests by answering their questions as well
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
17:29
Cool heads required here if we are to win out!!
smcl
06/6/2021
17:05
I hope the lawyers are better than your mate in the newspapers but we still have the book lol???
chuffer2
06/6/2021
16:01
Tru99 - even if they sell it now we are so diluted after the share consolidation that the new investors make more than us who invested in Iclaprim - that’s just criminal and also they have given it to someone who can maintain the secrecy - total scandal. Zero news flow on Iclaprim in 2 years - that’s not a coincidence I have contacted lawyers specifically to investigate this transaction as the company are unwilling to explain it to us which is a completely unacceptable situation we should never find ourselves in
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
14:57
This I think is the greatest cheat in this rto the fact that intclam is not part of the deal when that was why we all invested and wether we will receive anything from its sale in the future is something that should be explained
tnt99
06/6/2021
14:08
Honestly I don’t care. When they see the ones who voted no aren’t parasites who feed off hard working ordinary peoples trust
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
13:48
The other thing to check is the status of the warrant holders in this situation. They might be able to vote pari passu with Ordinary shareholders. As at 31 December 2020 the share capital of the Company comprised 654,991,023 Existing Ordinary Shares and 342,491,023 Deferred Shares.
w t tutte
06/6/2021
13:41
I wonder which scum Tutte works for
chuffer2
06/6/2021
13:23
You are wrong about there being no Insto ownership looking at the latest shareholder register and excluding (client accounts). I can see M&G, Barclays, UBS, HSBC, Investec, Sand Grove, Invesco, Investec , Nomura, FIL, Lombard Odier, ABN, Schroder's, Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs and some other odds and sods. These names alone hold a combined 24% of shares in issue. You would also have to reckon on another couple of percent being in market makers hands. So if retail breaks say 75:25 against. You need @ 60% turnout to prevail. Best of luck to you but I think it is a pretty tall order and I suspect the RTO will proceed.
w t tutte
06/6/2021
12:28
Vergin Media owners facing a revolt over boss $1 million a week during the pandemic. Glass Lewis the shareholder advisory service has URGED investors to VOTE AGAINST the REMUNERATION report Shareholders can make a difference!!
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
10:51
Fact is any of us could have engineered this deal - if the board had one crumb of moral conscience then if this was genuinely the BEST DEAL FOR SHAREHOLDERS which I doubt as they said they looked at 30 - then they should do the right thing and give up all their shares as they have failed us completely for going on 2 and a half years
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
09:16
There are no institutions holding and some of us who averaged down have significant holdings. This has DEFINITELY GOT investors ATTENTION High turnout guaranteed
scottdavid70
06/6/2021
09:05
Hi SD70- I will include my 500k shares in the NO vote. Not a lot I know. All the best.
smcl
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