Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Paragon Diamond LSE:PRG London Ordinary Share GG00B6684H44 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.90p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -13.4 -3.3 - 10.75

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18/1/2018
15:24
Well you have the correct gullible audience here.....
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18/1/2018
15:22
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jfree101
18/1/2018
15:08
Is clubby still leading this?Chortle!Although if superg is involved, be ready for some hefty hourly bills from the legal team as they read endless pages of waffle....
beeks of arabia
18/1/2018
09:46
Interesting...... https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/11058180 Incorporated in Nov 2017. Never heard of the owner/Director though. Could just be someone completely unrelated...?
ilovefrogs
18/1/2018
09:42
All very very quiet here. Assume Peyt is still working away in the background, but I'm guessing no news probably isn't good news here!
ilovefrogs
15/12/2017
07:25
I see that Northland have been appointed Nomad to Obtala - which is highly ironic since Obtala was, of course, the source of the convertible bond Manduca bought which was the cause of the fraud and the reason for the current proposed class action against Northland.Small world...
club sandwich
28/11/2017
00:57
Wotcha. What have I missed?
beeks of arabia
21/11/2017
10:48
Well that's what we'd all like, but I don't think that's how the process works ;-) Personally I want it to be over ASAP, so I can put the proceeds into VRS ;-) But things rarely work out to my preferred timelines...
club sandwich
21/11/2017
10:43
I'd like you to be proved wrong too CS.I want a swift and merciless targeted strike on Manduca and the negligent Northland.
festario
21/11/2017
10:39
mailed PP over the weekend - just a gentle nudge to see how funding discussions were going. His reply: "I'm talking to Capital again on Monday. They have been finalising an opinion with Counsel which can be used for funding and ATE purposes. We should then be ready to make formal applications." So with any luck we're on track to have funding lined up by Christmas, CL formally on the case, and ready to roll engaging with Northland in the NY. As I've stated before I expect that to be a long, slow process - although I'd love to be proved wrong...
club sandwich
07/11/2017
06:32
Yep, should have greater clarity within next ten days or so.
club sandwich
07/11/2017
05:25
Short update from Peter by email. All good :)
greenrookie
27/10/2017
18:57
We're waiting to hear about this alternative funder, which PP thought might happen by early Nov. He's on holiday til next Friday - after that I'll catch up with him. Personally I'm hoping that by the end of this year everything might be in place to start engaging with Northland in the New Year. When I discussed that with PP over curry a few weeks back he thought that was realistic and that it could be sooner, so let's see. Getting CL to formally take the case (which requires funding of one kind or another to be in place) is the next hurdle - then of course if that happens we're into the long claim / denial / rebuttal of denial between CL and Northland, and I expect that to be a long, slow process. Personally speaking, if this is concluded by this time next year I'd be pleasantly surprised - but that's just my opinion.
club sandwich
27/10/2017
15:58
When will Peter confirm that the case is going forward CS?
ilovefrogs
27/10/2017
14:39
Had a mail from another s'holder today - with his wife owned shares representing c1% of the company. Three of his relations also had much smaller stakes: if they all come on board we'll be just shy of £1.7m by my reckoning (unless others have already joined since last time I saw a figure for the total: as I've said before Peter doesn't tell me who joins, nor should he). More momentum for the class action. More chance of success (though obviously still not guaranteed). Anyone else?
club sandwich
06/10/2017
14:08
If it carries on like this Nomads will be bankrupted and those left will become uninsurable...
club sandwich
06/10/2017
13:44
Sounds like class action suits are all the rage - and this one also seems to have some funding arrangement I wasn't previously aware of... hxxps://www.shareprophets.com/views/31968/class-action-lawyers-now-have-more-than-1000-claimants-against-watchstone-over-quindell-fraud-confidential-letter-arrives
club sandwich
06/10/2017
09:39
"The censure also demonstrates the importance of keeping the nominated adviser informed of developments and to seek advice. In this case, the failure to inform the nominated adviser without delay of the true position regarding the funding resulted in the nominated adviser not being in a position to be able to advise and guide the Company on its notification obligations to ensure such relevant information was properly disclosed. "
club sandwich
06/10/2017
09:28
"BREACHES OF THE AIM RULES 11. It has been determined that the Company breached:  AIM Rule 10 by failing to include in its notifications the fact that it was aware of difficulties in obtaining funds from the entity that was financing the acquisition;  AIM Rule 31 by failing to keep its nominated adviser informed of the difficulties it was having in obtaining these funds and failing to seek the nominated adviser’s advice on the AIM Rules; and  AIM Rule 22 as the board (as comprised at the time of the events and not the current board) did not fully co-operate with the Exchange during its investigation into these breaches. 12. An AIM company has a primary obligation to ensure that the information it notifies complies with AIM Rule 10. Accordingly, a company must ensure that notifications provide a clear understanding of the matters being disclosed and are properly caveated where necessary. Compliance with the AIM disclosure obligations is essential for market confidence and failure to comply is unacceptable. Where there is actionable evidence, the Exchange will bring to account companies that fail to meet the standards of disclosure required on AIM."
club sandwich
06/10/2017
09:16
Sections 5 and 6: "5. As at 19 March 2015, certain of the directors had received further information which gave rise to real concerns that the monies might not be forthcoming from the finance provider, and were unable to get in contact with the provider to draw down the funding. The Company’s Finance Director was not informed of the difficulties in contacting the finance provider nor this further information. Whilst the Company informed the nominated adviser of a possible delay due to the release of existing security (over assets of the enlarged group), the directors who were in receipt of the relevant information did not inform the nominated adviser of the difficulties it was having in the draw down of the funding. However, these directors did discuss these concerns with some of its other advisers in Australia, such as its lawyers, auditors and accountants. 6. On 27 March 2015, the Company notified that the final condition for completion of the Acquisition would soon be met – being the release of security over the assets of the enlarged group. The Company notified that completion of the Acquisition was therefore expected on or around 10 April 2015. The Company failed to caveat the information in its notification with details of the risk to completion created by the uncertainty in respect of the financing. " Seems to be a carbon-copy of Paragon. Why weren't s'holders told that the ITGT and Acrux 'funding' (which I do not actually believe ever existed, but assuming they did) had been delayed or would not complete - as I assume must have been the case else why was the company 'temporarily' suspended pending 'clarification of its financial position'? But then I think this was all one massive fraud, and that none of the alleged funding ever existed. Why else, in the PI interview of 2nd October 2015 did Manduca say that ITGT had been moved downstream to the polished side when - according to superg's research - ITGT had been struck off for failing to re-register its company filing days before and was no longer in existence?
club sandwich
06/10/2017
08:55
In case this has any read across help for you all here hTtp://www.londonstockexchange.com/companies-and-advisors/aim/advisers/aim-notices/ad16.pdf
rickyhatton
02/10/2017
20:05
Thats much better
lama_rail
02/10/2017
18:15
that was the old Club Sandwich. This is the newer, more focussed version ;-)
club sandwich
02/10/2017
16:19
Im not feeling a lot of love here.
lama_rail
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