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  0.00 0.0% 0.50 0.40 0.55 - 0.00 00:00:00
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Motif Bio Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/6/2021
09:13
SD70, Given the way you feel at very least you should write a letter to the FCA and SFO. I hope the RTO restores some of your faith and fortune ATB.
w t tutte
09/6/2021
09:11
Go on then furry and chuffer, how many shares do you have. Out of the @900 million +(include the warrants) that are entitled to vote I bet it does not even add up to a hill of beans. Wishing you ATB but it is clear that this is probably your first rodeo, it is probably time to man up and move on, accept the MTFB directors may have gotten the better of you, lesson learned.
w t tutte
09/6/2021
09:10
We know why - it’s because Hercules Capital have voted for this travesty of a deal through their massive warrant holding. I am under no illusion this legalised fraud is going ahead but karma is warming up in the background for all of the players in this display of grotesque greed The nagging knowledge of what they have said but then done will slowly eat their souls
scottdavid70
09/6/2021
08:50
No one think it is a bit odd that the GM is being held in New York ? Go on I am sure you guys can work out why.
w t tutte
09/6/2021
08:09
Thinking about it the other reason I think it will go through is that nobody, not the directors, not brokers, not BiVictix has made any real attempt to sell the deal. Think about that for a moment, if the directors are so desperate for the deal to go through and they were worried it would not you would have seen communication coming out of the wazoo. It tells me it is already a done deal, I suspect they had sufficient proxies prior to even announcing the deal.
w t tutte
09/6/2021
07:47
furryguy, disagree for most investors the RTO brings a (very) little something and some hope of more. I will take that over the alternative which is nothing.
w t tutte
09/6/2021
07:44
Yes, you summed it up pretty well. Want the directors to pay, go after them for negligence or fraud, it is the only way. Given the lags between the various layers for most the final voting deadline has passed, we will see what Monday brings. My prediction is that the RTO will be approved by a substantial margin as in my view it is clearly in most peoples interests to get something rather than nothing. If I am wrong will happily hold my hands up and let you tell me you told me so. ATB
w t tutte
09/6/2021
04:46
So we have nothing for our listing Nothing for our tax deferred credit $18 million Nothing for Iclaprim Only something for the meagre cash they left in the bank yet the Directors stuff their pockets with free warrants and shares at preferential rates to shareholders Watch activity around Iclaprim happen in the next few months as well, now that Directors have free skin in the game as they didnt before because they never bought shares in Motif despite professing how great Iclaprim was. None of this in the shareholders best interests only theirs. They are should be simply declared unfit to be a part of any company as a Director from here forward. It's impossible to trust a word they say so how can they be Directors?
scottdavid70
08/6/2021
19:09
Tutte 'Shareholders in aggregate will take something over nothing, few will have the principals of you and SD70' You don't need principles to vote no when you are wiped out anyway. The BOD have given us a huge incentivr to vote no. You sad plants make no even more satisfying.
furryguy
08/6/2021
10:47
i suppose anything is better than nothing
philoosh
08/6/2021
10:13
A new share ? We will not know for sure until they start trading but 20p per new share is the price the new investors are paying for their initial shares.
w t tutte
08/6/2021
09:34
how much would 1 share be valued at?
philoosh
08/6/2021
09:01
got this email this morning.... The Board of Motif Bio Plc has announced a reorganisation of the company's share capital. Shareholders as at close of business on 14 June 2021 will have their holding consolidated, receiving 1 new share in place of every 220 shares previously held. At the same time the company has proposed it will rename to BiVictriX Therapeutics plc. The new consolidated Shares are expected on 15 June 2021. Please note we will credit the Shares to your Account upon receipt from the registrar which may not be before 8.00am on 15 June 2021.
philoosh
08/6/2021
08:27
Anyone who keeps Jonathan Gold as a Non Executive Director isn’t a company I want to be involved in
scottdavid70
08/6/2021
08:03
Chuffer, If you were to vote yes I would say you would be doing it for yourself. Everything you have highlighted is done, not voting yes has almost no impact on any of those issues, if you think it will have any significant impact on the board I think you are deluding yourself. I will not pester you any further you are clearly very angry and highly principled. I look forward in a week or so to disusing our new board, new management team and new business prospects . ATB
w t tutte
08/6/2021
07:52
Ok Tutte you convinced me. Let's give the yes vote to the bod who lost $160 million and now value 100% of the company for 600k. Let's give the yes vote for the bod who never bought a share but end up getting twice as many shares as All the existing shareholders in the new company. Let's give the yes vote to the 3% share that existing shareholders will have in total of the new company. Yes give the yes vote as they didn't rob Iclaprim from us and set it up for them to gain millions if not billions in some dodgy offshore company. Lol...
chuffer2
08/6/2021
07:50
Chuffer, yes, it is all pretty unfair I don't disagree at all and all existing holders are looking at losing a bucket load but this is what it is. Shareholders in aggregate will take something over nothing, few will have the principals of you and SD70 . Questions to the board - They will probably cherry pick the questions but it is a route to try and if you were to ever sue, you can at least point to the fact that you raised these issues with the board.
w t tutte
08/6/2021
07:42
Yes, its awful and it should not change how you feel, but MTFB was always at the spivy end of what is a spivy market. I am not trying to invalidate what you are saying or feeling but to my view you are mixing up the history of how we go here with what is the best shareholders today. We are where we are, however we got here. What is best for shareholders given this is where we are, is for the RTO to proceed. As you will see next week most shareholders will not be principled like you, they will salvage a little something and move on.
w t tutte
08/6/2021
07:34
Yes the price is high but I have voted No and I will tell you why and it’s really simple Had the Board had the decency and courage to reply to shareholders questions these past 2 years - take less money in salaries to minimise dilution I would have felt differently too but the real kicker here was - The warrant price - after all that has gone on they still feel they deserve free shares and at a better price than the shareholders who bought shares off the back of the directions they gave. The Directors didn’t buy shares yet deem it right to have more warrants at a better price for ONE Director than the ENTIRE REST of the shareholders. No one can argue that is in the BEST INTERESTS OF SHAREHOLDERS not even OJ Simpsons lawyer
scottdavid70
08/6/2021
07:21
Chuffer, at the last AGM with only 15% of the shares in attendance item 7 was defeated by a small margin, all other items passed by a large margin. So that means about 8% of the total shares in issue voted down item 7. Turn out will be far larger and I strongly suspect that the number of share voting against the RTO will be less than 15% or 20% of the shares in issue. The RTO will happen as sure as night follows day and you will be the richer for it.
w t tutte
08/6/2021
07:14
SD70, I am not defending the board, look back, I have said the only way to hurt them is to sue them for negligence, it is the only way. In every other scenario they win. In my view MTFB management and board have been a complete shower at every turn and if they have been negligent or even fraudulent they should be held accountable. But the stark truth is we are where we are, there is no value left in MTFB and there is no time to find alternatives before the liquidators are called in. You say you have 11.5 million shares ? At the RTO price that is worth GBP 10,555, there is clearly upside to that price and with the warrants it is not inconceivable within 18 months you could have many multiples of that amount. The amount you are prepared to sacrifice to make a point seems high. If the RTO were to be voted down they win and you get nothing, the RTO goes through they win and you get something. I prefer the later myself, anyway it is all semantic as it will go through of that I am certain. On a slightly different note, if you read the proxy form it says they will broadcast the GM and that they will take questions but that these must be submitted by email no later than tomorrow. That might be route for you to get some of the answers you are looking for.
w t tutte
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