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27/11/2020
08:20
Worldlink Daily Update: Worldlink Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WGP. The last closing price for Worldlink was 8p.
Worldlink Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 42,036,383 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worldlink Group Plc is £3,362,910.64.
13/6/2018
17:27
sojourno: Yes JakNife, The Co is dead but shareholders, ex-shareholders, were notified a long time ago that their holdings have qualified them for an issue in NR's next venture. That issue already exists in WGP holder's accounts without them needing to part with any money, though it's not yet listed. That is what I'm talking about. Obviously.
03/12/2017
10:25
cromarty: W H Ireland returned my shares in WGP and my club as certificates. They think there is no chance of ever trading them.
06/9/2017
12:35
hugosamuel: Papillon deal is off. Papillon terminated MCB and "As part of the termination, Myclubbetting has agreed to refund all costs incurred by Papillon during the transaction process." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/papillon-hldgs-PPHP/share-news/Papillon-Holdings-Papillon-Holdings-Plc-Statemen/75584993 No news on US appeal.
19/7/2017
19:45
warwick69: I respect all your opinions ? But IMHO I think you are all wrong and this is a real going concern and will gain traction in the betting industry As for the patents we will hear soon enough the results of the appeal and don't be surprised if Bloomberg does not actually settle prior to this as the previous decision was a farce ! If I am wrong I will take all the flack you would rightly throw at me but give me some leeway until after the patent case and the floatation before you pass judgement That's all I ask I feel for all investors in this share as it truly has been a bloody nightmare I had too written of my investment but I do believe there is a big twist coming
18/7/2017
08:03
cromarty: Thank you Warwick. I understood the patent case has been lost. My investment was in Wgp SO MY £50,000 HAS NOW BEEN DILUTED SO MUCH AS TO BE VERGING ON 1 TANK OF FUEL FOR THE YACHT.
14/7/2017
14:03
scamper: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/worldlink-grp-WGP/share-news/Morgan-Stanley-Co-Intl-plc-Form-8-5-EPT-RI-Wo/75238698
28/4/2017
14:37
still waiting: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/papillon-hldgs-PPHP/share-news/Papillon-Holdings-Papillon-Holdings-Plc-Statemen/74453918
12/12/2016
11:34
cromarty: Myclubbetting.com Limited is a reincarnation of Worldlink Group plc which listed on the Standard list (surprise) in late 2011 at a share price of £2.50 and was in liquidation a year later with over £4 million of debts and the shares suspended down at 8p. Its performance, however, clearly merited a bonus of over £1 million to its CEO, Neil Riches! Upon liquidation, the assets were acquired by the CEO and others for £180,000 plus a future potential revenue share and that company is now called Myclubetting.com. It enables local sports clubs to run betting services; however, this is a hugely competitive market. It was so when Worldlink went bust 4 years ago and is even more so now with recent consolidation in the online sports betting market. On the plus side, it has had some recent press as Sam Allardyce, one of its brand ambassadors, had to step down from the role on taking on the England manager role. I guess all publicity is good publicity, right? The recent abbreviated accounts of Myclubbetting.com Limited for the year to 30 April 2015 show losses to date of £2.7 million. I am interested to see more up-to-date financial information in the forthcoming prospectus but would be very surprised if the business is profitable at the moment or will be in the near-term. By now, Papillion will have less than £700,000 in cash and once costs of the RTO are taken into account, it is highly likely that it will need to raise further funds to fund Myclubbetting.com. I can’t fathom why third parties will provide additional funding for a business and a management team that took a very similar business into liquidation a few years ago. Guess this is the Sub-Standard List though so anything is possible. I feel for the shareholders locked in here as I reckon the share price is only going one way, as and when it comes out of suspension. I’ll review further once the prospectus comes out with a more definitive view on the RTO. - See more at: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/23633/papillon-holdings-a-shocking-deal-even-by-the-sub-standard-shockers-xi-standards#sthash.IFE8eVHR.dpuf
13/11/2016
09:59
cromarty: I first wrote about Papillon Holdings (PPHP) when it joined the Sub-Standard List back in June (HERE) assessing whether it was “fit” enough for the squad. Well, I had no reason to worry as a mere three months later, it has issued an appalling RNS which will have the inevitable disappointing long-term consequences for shareholders. As a reminder, Papillon is one of the many sub-scale investment companies with limited funds and was established to make an acquisition in the industrial and services sector which, I noted at the time, was previously was pretty wide. Yesterday it announced that it was: “…pleased to inform shareholders that it has signed non-binding Heads of Terms to acquire the entire issued share capital of myclubbetting.com Limited, a specialised betting and gaming related business, for new shares in the Company (the "Acquisition"). The Acquisition, if completed, would result in Papillon shareholders having a minority interest in the enlarged group (the "Group").” As a potential RTO, the shares were suspended yesterday at 1.325p giving a market cap of £1.75 million and shareholders are now locked in. So what are my concerns? First, although the investment policy was drawn as broadly as possible I still think it is pushing it to make an investment in an online betting company particularly as the admission document pushed the energy and resources experiences of the Board of Directors; however, I imagine if pressed on this point, it would argue that it squeezes into the definition of the “entertainment” sub-sector of the “services̶1; sector. Nevertheless, it still feels a bit disappointing. More importantly though is my concerns with the deal itself. Myclubbetting.com Limited is a reincarnation of Worldlink Group plc which listed on the Standard list (surprise) in late 2011 at a share price of £2.50 and was in liquidation a year later with over £4 million of debts and the shares suspended down at 8p. Its performance, however, clearly merited a bonus of over £1 million to its CEO, Neil Riches! Upon liquidation, the assets were acquired by the CEO and others for £180,000 plus a future potential revenue share and that company is now called Myclubetting.com. It enables local sports clubs to run betting services; however, this is a hugely competitive market. It was so when Worldlink went bust 4 years ago and is even more so now with recent consolidation in the online sports betting market. On the plus side, it has had some recent press as Sam Allardyce, one of its brand ambassadors, had to step down from the role on taking on the England manager role. I guess all publicity is good publicity, right? The recent abbreviated accounts of Myclubbetting.com Limited for the year to 30 April 2015 show losses to date of £2.7 million. I am interested to see more up-to-date financial information in the forthcoming prospectus but would be very surprised if the business is profitable at the moment or will be in the near-term. By now, Papillion will have less than £700,000 in cash and once costs of the RTO are taken into account, it is highly likely that it will need to raise further funds to fund Myclubbetting.com. I can’t fathom why third parties will provide additional funding for a business and a management team that took a very similar business into liquidation a few years ago. Guess this is the Sub-Standard List though so anything is possible. I feel for the shareholders locked in here as I reckon the share price is only going one way, as and when it comes out of suspension. I’ll review further once the prospectus comes out with a more definitive view on the RTO. - See more at: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/23633/papillon-holdings-a-shocking-deal-even-by-the-sub-standard-shockers-xi-standards#sthash.sVxX85OC.dpuf
25/10/2016
19:15
apfindley: Yes Hugo wise words.A loss in this particular case is a total loss for wgp regarding further infringements so will be gameover.An outright win and large award is very unrealistic.A win plus conciliatory award (ie costs) might not bring the windfall, but will favour them greatly.A settlement and undisclosed "terms" with some form of exclusivity might be the likely amicable solution... Maybe bloomberg et al may agree to pay a settlement, knowing that quest/wgp wouldn't win anyway, and want the patents too in an exchange.The threat of taking it to conclusion and the plaintiff losing, and having to pay costs etc may force the above alternative to at least give future value in the patents. If wgp had to fight this themselves, it would've been gameover long before now.Hope remains of some value to come back, even if only a million to either put into mcb or to bring back wgp as a cash shell for another company wanting a market listing.
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