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Never thought of looking in each company.
Still heard nothing from Mr Tainton|
It's not updated the personal pages.|
|Do you have a link?
I have him still as a Director of
MIDDLESBROUGH OILS UK LIMITED
D1 OILS FUEL CROPS LIMITED
|Thx for the heads up|
|Tainton has resigned from the other two subsidiaries. In fact that was 31st just reported late. So, over to Emanuelsson and Mcgeeney. There's no point in them being directors of a company that is 100% owned by Neos if Neos gets struck off since the gov will own it. Could be that actions are not on companies house yet.|
|If he's done a bunk without any explanation, then that would be awful.|
|Heard nothing from Mr Tainton a week later so again, still none the wiser|
|Sent another email to Mr Tainton on Sunday just requesting if he could now answer any questions as he is no longer a Director of Neos although he is still a Director of 2 sudsiduaries.
I asked if he could not go any further with NEOS in line with his original plans and left NEOS now in the hands of the existing shareholders. I also asked in Brian Myerson a major shareholder through Principal prevented him going further.
I asked for a very general response otherwise to let us know roughly what is happening.
No response as yet so still non the wiser.
Will let you know if I hear anything more|
There's McGeeney at SCB - the Worlds Biggest Biofuels Brokerage firm! Very interesting!|
|The £12 M tax credit must be of some value to someone. Cannot see it being let go.GT was always very upbeat.
Why would he have stuck with NEOS unless he saw some tangible benefit at the end of the day.
Please wake up NEOS|
|At that address is SCB Associates which have the D1 Oil Trading directors: Emanuelsson and McGeeney. So the plot thickens! lol.|
|D1 Oil Trading Ltd have just filed a change in reg office to 16 Dufferin St. which looks like small rentals. They still have 2 directors and are I believe 100% owned by Neos.
So someone is still thinking about things!|
|Focus Ventures in the same business as Neos so on the face of it it would be a logical asset for Focus.
Pity that GT has not replied to those who previously were in contact with him..
Buy why was the striking off discontinued??|
|Or a dual listing for Focus ventures, where GT is appointed.|
|There's no problem with a company being struck off with directors. I've done it a few times, you just cease to be a director on the day. Maybe they've exhausted all their ideas and basically said "over to you shareholders - let it go or appoint a new board."|
|That was before they all resigned|
|The compulsory strike off action has been discontinued. Companies House were given a reason not to do so.|
|Without directors the company cannot function and I wonder if it is their way of allowing to the company to die by striking off|
|The resignation of Gordon Tainton is very curious.
Difficult to figure out what is behind the resignation.|
|Tainton has also resigned from D1 Oils trading, but he wasn't the only director, there's still Emanuelsson and Mcgeeney. He hasn't resigned from Middlesbrough or D1 Oil Fuel Crops, but could be a formality again he's the sole director for those.|
|Well surely it has to be Focus Ventures reversing into NEOS and be a UK registered company to take advantage of the £20m+ of tax losses? So reverse into NEOS but with dual listing in Toronto? May have to resign first otherwise it would be a conflict of interest as he is the President & Director of Focus Ventures.
Unless Bryan Myerson with principle had too much of a holding and they could not sort it? He was a pain and never responded to Mr Tainton unless they expect to dilute him and us considerably.
Should find out soon one way or another but still had no response to my emails about NEOS.|
|Maybe they all have to resign so directors of an RT company can take control, if another company is reversing into Neos. Cause was shown why the company should not be struck off the register. Here's hoping.,|
|Tainton has gone, so no directors? That leaves it up to shareholders.|
The company resignations would suggest to me some sort of corporate action in the near future.|