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Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.75 5.0% 15.75 15.50 16.00 15.75 15.00 15.00 191,198 11:52:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.2 -0.7 -0.4 - 27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/9/2016
19:04
Rope used.
ionlypostafterbbms
02/9/2016
18:56
Tom, you idiot Why did you change your last post? LOL
rogthepodge
02/9/2016
18:08
Rope given.
ionlypostafterbbms
02/9/2016
15:54
Exactly what is your relationship with Share Prophets IOnlyPost? pray tell lol
rogthepodge
01/9/2016
09:16
Robert, Twice I asked Sym ir to ID him/herself. Reply came there none. ----------------------------------- neilrr 18 Aug '16 - 11:50 - 4849 of 4863 0 0 symphonyir, Maybe you didn't see my question from the August 11th. Answer it please. neilrr 11 Aug'16 - 16:12 - 4836 of 4848 symphony ir, If you are speaking in any official capacity as a spokesperson for SYM identify yourself by name & company.
neilrr
01/9/2016
08:56
Quite typical for the BoD to use "Bully Boy Tactics" by threatening legal action. Everything I have suggested is fact, unfortunately as I have mentioned previously I have a Compromise Agreement with the company which in reality means I am unable to discuss matters relating to the company up to June 2008. I am now taking legal advice to clarify my position. An interesting point it would seem that I am the only transparent person to blog using my own name, I cannot speak for others but I would have thought that SET Plc should also be transparent and let us have the name/s of those replying for Symphony IR. Houndog10 thank you for sharing your comment regarding the AGM and loan, which year was it?
robertnash2
31/8/2016
22:03
Arkell v Pressdram letter comes to mind. When some years ago I went to the company's AGM to question the Board about Laurier's wife's loan Stephen (the one that is the lawyer) tried to close down the meeting on the basis that the formal meeting was over and so there should be no questions. Never had that before even if that is the correct legal position - which it may well be. In fairness the rest of the Board (including Laurier) intervened to at least allow me to ask the question. These threats are absolutely no way to manage your investor base which has been serially disappointed over more than a decade. A clear articulation of where the company is going and why past promises/contracts have not materialised is what is needed for there to be any remaining trust in the company's future. Many of us have lost a good deal of money and the directors should recognise that.
hounddog10
31/8/2016
19:00
So, without answering a single question asked of him/her symphony's investor relations representative has run away. What a hopeless POS this company is.
neilrr
30/8/2016
19:43
symphony ir has not answered a single question asked of him/her on this thread so I wouldn't be holding my breath waiting for answers. I see a lot of shareholder militancy lately on AIM, with shareholder action groups forming left, right & centre to defenestrate self serving, incompetent, greedy management. That's what's needed here.
neilrr
30/8/2016
17:14
I would refer to Symphony IR's (M.Stephen no doubt)post of 18th August reference UHPW which I feel is a load of bunkum. The UHPW project was completed nearly 4 years ago (Dec 2012). The decline in world rubber prices has not been significant: fine crumb has maintained its value. Symphony do not seem to have shown any interest in taking this project to the next stage (having announced they were selling the technology to another company over two years ago). What value have the Board given the Shareholders from the £500K+ (so they say?) investment in UHPW? The Staff with the necessary expertise were got rid of by Symphony. Who could drive the project if it were re-started? I have my reasons for stating this and would welcome the BoD to challenge me. Given the relentless decline in plastic bag usage (e.g. “bag taxes”) – how can Symphony claim to be building the company when opportunities like UHPW are allowed to wither on the vine?
robertnash2
30/8/2016
14:40
Having had time to think about this miserable BoD all they want is "Yes Men" within the company. Just have a look at the motley crew that have been employed for years for under achieving, this does not apply to all. I just have to think back to Matthew Turner, Allan Blacher and myself definitely not "Yes People". The longer this BoD are in control I see the company going nowhere. It would be interesting to have comments from Allan and Matthew. Get rid of Laurier, Deva and Stephen inmho
robertnash2
24/8/2016
18:51
A new area for the wonderful technicians employed by SET at their state of art laboratory in Borehamwood. The Cosmetic world is extremely concerned about Polyolefin based Microbeads in their products. In the UK 650 tonnes of the product is processed annually which unfortunately is contaminating our seas, come on boffins a good story for you "D2w comes to the rescue", would be a good RNS imho!
robertnash2
19/8/2016
10:53
poftie, Another shocking fact in this woeful catalogue of failure & troughing - robertnash2 11 Aug'16 - 10:11 - 4830 of 4853 Since 2002 the BoD have taken nearly £9m (NINE MILLION POUNDS) in remuneration, money that could have been retained in the business.
neilrr
19/8/2016
08:22
neilrr - surely no-one except SYM themselves could be so stupid. On that note I'd like to give a helping hand to symphonyir - the answers to my questions above are 1) 15 and none 2) 15, yes, 15 - and I am totally unable to answer question 3.
poftie
18/8/2016
15:22
I cant believe the cheek of symphonyir. For what its worth, if Nash was not required by Symphony he must have shown some initiative or competence and therefore stood out from the rest. My questions for symphonyir are simple 1) how long has SYM been a listed company and how many of those years have they been in profit? 2) How many of those years has Michael Laurier been CEO and Nirj Deva been a non-exec? 3) How on earth do they get away with it?
poftie
18/8/2016
12:50
Oh well Symphony I hate to upset you guys I will shortly be a shareholder again and I will voice my opinion in an official capacity.
robertnash2
18/8/2016
11:50
symphonyir, Maybe you didn't see my question from the August 11th. Answer it please. neilrr 11 Aug'16 - 16:12 - 4836 of 4848 symphony ir, If you are speaking in any official capacity as a spokesperson for SYM identify yourself by name & company.
neilrr
18/8/2016
11:24
SIR, You have no idea if ANYONE who posts here holds SYM shares & frankly, whether they do or they don't is immaterial. Investor Relation's job is to answer any & all ???s that are thrown at you, whether they are from believers (none left) or the disillusioned (everybody). If you are unwilling or unable to do that what's the point of you? Here are a few easy ones for you. Why did Michael Laurier hire a bankrupt real estate guy with zero experience in SYM's field to run your last US foray? Has SYM USA ever reordered or are they still trying to move the original order? Why does SYM never mention of SYM USA now?
ionlypostafterbbms
18/8/2016
10:09
The UHPW project is not currently active, because the price of virgin rubber on world markets has fallen substantially, and full provision was made against this project in the Company's accounts as previously announced. Our focus must be on products that are more likely to provide earlier value for our shareholders. We will not comment on the post by RNash other than to say that he was informed by Symphony 8 years ago that his services were no longer required, and we note that he is no longer a shareholder. The Symphony Board are all material shareholders, and their personal interests are aligned with investors. Earlier in this blog we invited shareholders with a genuine interest in the company to a coffee morning at our Borehamwood head office.
symphonyir
15/8/2016
16:35
Looks like the intern in charge of investor relations is making tea?
zcaprd7
12/8/2016
22:53
Zcaprd7 great fan fair when grant was awarded, unfortunately I do not believe the company was capable of promoting the project or commercialising to its potential. Had it not been for Imperial College London, ABB Engineering and ARTIS part of Avon Rubber it would not have got off the ground. I believe M. Stephen (useless overpaid individual imho) suggested that a Patent to do with part of the process had been submitted. Like most things with this company being able to complete various announced projects do not seem to materialise despite RNSs extolling the wonderful deal. Am I glad I got out of my holding.
robertnash2
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