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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tiger Royalties And Investments Plc LSE:TIR London Ordinary Share GB0002308525 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.325 0.25 0.40 0.325 0.325 0.33 28,002 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 1

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/9/2011
22:27
mad to sell out now - good grief this wee company is only getting going - otherwise brucie would be dumping and selling. Mining sector has another 5 years in it yet and the blowout boom years will come soon.
maxbubble
27/9/2011
16:25
Agreed. It must be hoped that he has got a few mates in here who support him, and will also not tender. We may be need another one of these: http://shakatak.com/ OK, perhaps not, but Was and Simon might go back and have another go.
tiltonboy
27/9/2011
16:02
ok i stand 'modified' point remains that he will be able to do what he wants (as he appears to be doing now) with (almost) no chance of any objection
mutantpoodle
27/9/2011
15:17
poodle, Not quite right with your calculations. Brucie is not tendering his shares, so you will be able to get out of north of 40% as a minimum.
tiltonboy
27/9/2011
15:02
@Wshak qq Brucie can do what he likes if we all get out at 3.75p. He will own most of the remaining shares, alongside people who want him on board. There will only be an issue for me if I don't get out in full uq well its not possible for 'all' to get out at 3.75p the offer is for 30(ish)% of shareholders holdings you can apply to get rid of more but unless many do not apply the max you will get is the 30% of yr holding thereafter..you are right he will own 45%+ and he will be able to do what he wants you will have the remainder of yr holding...maybe up to 70% and be even more powerless than 'we' are at the moment
mutantpoodle
19/9/2011
10:02
johnhpayne, Shak, may I add my appreciation of the efforts you made to wake this Tiger up. However I still don't quite 'get' the eventual solution. I had understood that the cash was to be distributed ( as indicated in the Tiger press release in July) and that we would keep our shares. I'm not sure how much the distribution would have amounted to - maybe not much, but this way we get to sell out for 3.75 and Brucie gets his hands on even more of the assets. Brucie can do what he likes if we all get out at 3.75p. He will own most of the remaining shares, alongside people who want him on board. There will only be an issue for me if I don't get out in full. Whatever, I am glad to get out after waiting since the launce via Minmet for 'shareholder value' to be enhanced. Thanks again. btw, I met you at a Minmet meeting in London a few years ago -when Peter Maddocks was 'in the dock'; can you tell me if there is a website discussing the situation there? MinMet is all but dead but the situation was reported to the Irish Guarda, SFO, ODCE, AIM, FSA - I don't think any more can be done since there isn't anyone worth suing since the patsy directors are all potless. I do keep a website open to name and shame everyone but discussion, if anyone wants to engage, is available on the links provided at TMF and advfn. Further detail and discussion can be found here at The Motley Fool: Some posts have now been removed by TMF due to a legal notice by GSC Solicitors. TMF's standard policy is to remove posts on which they have received a legal notice, irrespective of merit. http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10921059 Also, on ADVFN: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=16452771 WShak
wshak
16/9/2011
14:59
WShak Re: "I heard only two guys turned up, apparently angry that money was being returned!" Weird on both counts! ;-) Pleased to hear you have had a good experience with your broker. For me - TD Waterhouse are dragging their heels. They've mentioned sorting themselves out by "the end of next week" and that their deadline is "the 27th" - which could leave a relatively small and potentially inconvenient window. Plus, they refused to accept my written instruction sent by registered post - apparently I have to do it through their tardy on-line system. I am not impressed. Where do I find a more snappy broker?
witteklip
16/9/2011
14:51
Shak, may I add my appreciation of the efforts you made to wake this Tiger up. However I still don't quite 'get' the eventual solution. I had understood that the cash was to be distributed ( as indicated in the Tiger press release in July) and that we would keep our shares. I'm not sure how much the distribution would have amounted to - maybe not much, but this way we get to sell out for 3.75 and Brucie gets his hands on even more of the assets. Whatever, I am glad to get out after waiting since the launce via Minmet for 'shareholder value' to be enhanced. Thanks again. btw, I met you at a Minmet meeting in London a few years ago -when Peter Maddocks was 'in the dock'; can you tell me if there is a website discussing the situation there?
johnhpayne
16/9/2011
14:15
witteklip, I heard only two guys turned up, apparently angry that money was being returned! No problem getting my brokers to tender my shares. WShak
wshak
15/9/2011
16:09
To follow up my previous post - I now understand the following: The tender offer for Tiger Resource Finance Limited was only been passed at the shareholder meeting on the 9th of September with a prospectus outlying the terms of the offer arriving at my broker this morning. Were any of you at this 'shareholder meeting on the 9th of September'?
witteklip
14/9/2011
11:59
Anyone else having trouble getting their broker to act on their behalf regarding the Share Offer? I want this done and dusted and cannot even get the brokers confirmation on when they will have the necessary facility in place to deal with the tender on behalf of nominees!
witteklip
27/8/2011
19:57
Anyone interested in entering a St Leger's share picking competition? Please post on the following thread if you're interested; http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=25890016
fordtin
25/8/2011
11:31
Witteklip, You are welcome. Simon and I have been informed that brokers anticipate that the 50m shares should be enough to take out all of those who wish to exit in full. We shall see. I understand that the restriction to only 50m shares is due to a lack of distributable reserves, rather than willing on part of the board. It'll be interesting to see if all dissidents are out in a couple of months time. It would make sense for everyone to be on their merry way. WShak
wshak
25/8/2011
10:22
no more aggro, no more frustration - I'm out at 3.1 after holding for 7 years. I will miss the fun of venting my spleen on the mismanagers.
curt3
24/8/2011
22:08
Re: http://www.tiger-rf.com/ShowRelease.cfm?xfile=pr20110824.htm BIG thanks to Simon and Waseem. Without them B.R. would never have budged.
witteklip
24/8/2011
14:05
Thanks Alan, I shall probably take your advice and tender all my shares.I'm sure the directors will be glad to get rid of some shareholders and continue to run the company for their benefit.
johnhpayne
24/8/2011
13:30
John - I actually sold at 3.2p If you can get 2.9p post tender you will be slightly better off but I doubt you will be able to get that much. I do not doubt the tender will proceed but meant I do not trust them post tender to stop using the co as a cash cow, especially if the likes of Simon sell up and lose interest. As I stated, because the directors have undertaken not to take up the tender, you should be able to sell at least 41.4% of your shares - probably a bit more as there will always be some idiots who do not take up the maximum or none - or only tender 29%. You should offer to tender all your shares or at least a good bit more than 41%
alanji
24/8/2011
13:00
AlanJ, I must be missing something. Given that the offer may not happen and they can't be trusted, why would you sell for 3.12 when the tender is 3.75 ? Is it that only 29% of our shares may be sold under the tender offer, thus leaving the balance valued as you suggest at about 2.9p ? Maybe you're right; I bought a small quantity at the initial launch for 2p, but as that was over 10 years ago I hardly consider it a profit....... I really feel the directors are sitting pretty and we are still shafted.
johnhpayne
24/8/2011
12:24
I have sold out this morning at 3.2p - thanks again to those who pressured the company. If you dilute for options and take the full tender (now effectively 41.4%) it gives a post tender nav of 3.8p, based on June nav, according to my calcs – and nearly all shares are down on the June value so nav will be a bit less. Take off a 20% to 30% discount and it is very marginal whether it is worth holding out for the tender to come round. And I still do not trust them so glad to be out for a profit (having made a much larger loss selling most in 2009!)
alanji
24/8/2011
10:50
lol. I will take the cash, and wish the boys the very best with their shareholding.
tiltonboy
24/8/2011
09:34
why is Bruce not tendering?? LOL. I'm sure if any shareholders are silly enough to tender Bruce and Co will be havin a laugh. Cawkwell will get well rewarded for his endeavours...lol...ALL in the interests of the private investor of course!!!
maxbubble
24/8/2011
08:35
Now that's a nice little bonus with Rowan not tendering his holding!!! Should have a minimum of 40.25% taken off our hands now.
tiltonboy
17/8/2011
12:42
Does the board plan to offer to buy our shares back at 3.75pence? I had understood that the plan was to give a dividend, by way od distribiting cash in hand........ ?
johnhpayne
17/8/2011
11:55
Not worth selling at this price (I am being offered 2.9p). Assuming maximum tender and a 30% discount, post tender, the current value is 3.12p. Forgot to say in my previous post, many thanks to all those who have worked hard to get some sort of result.
alanji
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