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Worthington Group Plc LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 87.00 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.26 -5.29 -42.00 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 87.00 GBX

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24/6/2021
09:20
Worthington Daily Update: Worthington Group Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington was 87p.
Worthington 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 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Group Plc is £11,196,591.15.
10/5/2021
20:23
sweet karolina2: David, Thanks for all that research. It does seem increasingly likely that whatever the next act in the WRN/WHET/FGCN pantomime is, one of the characters on stage will be Greenbank. I would guess that there will still be no clarity over who the real puppet masters pulling the strings are, but I guess that is the point.
10/5/2021
12:15
davidkip: It will also not surprise you to hear there are a couple of Earley names on the register too, as well as a substantial chunk owned by a blast-from-the-past name, Sherri Ellison. She was a director at Merchant Corporate, where we also found James Holmes and Richard Spurway. hTtps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/06363298/officers She was also a Director (alongside Wulstan) at Aidan's Renatus Capital htTps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/08248684/officers which was a WRN creditor htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/worthington-group/rns/update/201610171829567574M/ It's a very, very small world.
10/5/2021
10:16
davidkip: Staminier is a mildly interesting story hTTps://staminier.com/news/ As of the 5/4/19 confirmation statement, Staminier was fully-owned by one of the directors, and started trading on Britdaq. They promised a stock market listing in 2019. That plan then changed, and they subsequently suggested a "merger" with an overseas company (which turned out to be Greenbank). Trading on Britdaq lasted until October 2019, by which time the share register was now dominated by new investors (see 5/4/20 confirmation statement), with the holding by the Director now minimal. It was then removed from Britdaq when Greenbank bought 19% of Staminier (shareholders have an option to sell the remaining 81% to Greenbank subject to certain conditions). The 5/4/2020 confirmation statement makes interesting reading for Whetstone fans, with many familiar names that also appear on the Whetstone register. Very much diving into the same pool of investors. Staminier seems to have been seeded with ~ £2.5m of paid-up capital, with shares held by one Director. Selling down that position (on Britdaq and elsewhere) would act to refund some/all of that initial investment, so a bit like an IPO in reverse. It's a pity Britdaq don't still show the trading information for Staminier, so it's not possible to find out just how much cash was generated by selling down those 'founder shares'. What we can say is that Greenbank paid 22,494,262 Greenbank shares to acquire that 19% of Staminier in March 2020. Greenbank was trading at around 5c USD at that point, so that valued Staminier at ~ £4.5m or thereabouts (a reasonable uplift from the initial seed capital). Since then Greenbank has done very nicely (currently trading closer to $1.40), with the proviso that the shares are listed on very junior overseas markets (CSE, OTC and Frankfurt) which doesn't make life easy for a UK investor. So depending how much one paid for Staminier shares while on Britdaq, and what your views are on the ability to trade Greenbank shares, it does seem to have been a reasonable trade for people to date.
06/5/2021
20:54
sweet karolina2: Unconfirmed rumour has it that some people who put £15k+ into Flagship have been given shares in Greenbank (the one with our friendly lawyer on the board) and have sold some of them already, whereas those who only put in £5K have yet to benefit from this largess. Only a rumour, which personally I find hard to believe as we all know AE is interested in compensating all shareholders and creditors who are out of pocket thanks to his decades of incompetence and not in just looking after a select band of insiders. However the rumour is that WE is fronting this - yes the WE who ostensibly unloaded 4M WHET shares he ostensibly had no entitlement to, though the rumour at the time was that it was dimwit Dazza and AE flogging them down the pub, whilst getting people to sign forms saying they came from WE. Anyway all just rumour and could all just be misinformation aimed a smearing the good name of the Earley family. Keep the beer on ice and the popcorn unpopped for now in case the next act of this pantomime is warming up back stage. Still no sign of anything for WRN / WHET holders (victims).
17/4/2021
19:37
spikeyj: he only really needs to sell a few to himself to fix that unfeasibly inflated share price, providing the supervisors of the CVA are still prepared to play along with the farce.
17/4/2021
17:20
spikeyj: & poor old flagship falls back 37.5% on a single sale of just 100 shares on 16/4. still, presumably all he needs to do is establish a printed share price which could be used as part of the attempt to get the bus club CVA extended past the original 3 years? - hard to see anyone who is not a complete moron buying flagship shares. (so presumably he is hoping neo, williams & PB78 might buy some.)
14/4/2021
08:10
jackjackjack1: When share price was $1.12 the other day why was only 100 shares sold at .020 or was it .55 come on I know he said in the Helen Fisher report he did not want to flood the market . There is no market to flood
14/4/2021
07:45
filthylucre01: Let me guess: Create some overblown hype; carry out some internal share buying to stimulate share price; sit back and catch some investors before share price crashes and/or shares suspended, followed by zero activity and/or liquidation..... something like that? Rinse and Repeat.
12/4/2021
10:28
sweet karolina2: Of course it does Roy, it was the e-mail St Aidan put on his blog to show he was a saint, despite obviously being the man pulling the strings even though he was disqualified as a director. It is funny how he did not put the one I posted above on showing how they were intending to make sure that the pensioners got nothing whilst Doug, Aidan and Craig Whyte divvied up the spoils. Or one of the many others that were released into the public domain thanks to Stephenson - my favourite remains the search for a pension fund trustee with a track record of previous successful heists. If a scam is going to work there has to be something real in there. Doing proper DD on proper companies is the way to invest. However proper companies do a certain amount of DD on those who are looking to make significant investments in them - something the Gleenland lot failed to do, which is why it all went wrong for them and they never got the money St Aidan promised them. The CPS deal never happened, but how deeply did CPS look into WRN? Was it CPS that did not stack up or did CPS realise that St Aidan and his associates (note that James Holmes of MHG infamy was cced) did not stack up? Either way the deal was reliant on investors buying into the WRN phoenix from the ashes story, which we now know was founded on BS valuations for the Rangers case and Keighley plus a load more pie in the sky dreams. Despite St Aidan's cunning plan to avoid suspension including "A random move into oil and gas would have risked suspension if it was not part of a broader strategy." The irony being that the announcement of the broader strategy was what led to the suspension. The inability to get audited accounts through that would not have exposed the BS in those unaudited interims to support a relisting is what led to the whole rotten IMHO scam unravelling. Not any alleged tortious interference, which must be time barred by the statute of limitations by now.
08/4/2021
09:11
sweet karolina2: Well well it is just possible that we may have another act in this pantomime about to appear on stage. It could just be BS to keep the victims of this IMHO scam calm, but might be a genuine attempt to revive the IMHO scam. The rumour is that Greenbank inc - a Canadian investment house is sniffing around. When we look at the Greenbank team: HTtps://greenbankcapitalinc.com/what-we-do/the-team/ The name Richard Beresford rings a bell. Here he is at McCarthy Denning (the lawyers of choice for the insiders - Hopeless Ayub works there) HTtps://mccarthydenning.com/team/richard-beresford/ The name also appears in the last para of this little gem. From: Doug Ware Date: 11 January 2013 at 13:40 Subject: RE: Draft RNS To: Aidan Earley Hi Aidan, Such good news about Karen, you both must be so relieved. Attached is RNS with my comments, we need a plan as to when the litigation against Rangers International will be commenced & made public. Also attached is an updated Briefing note which I sent to Craig yesterday. With regard to the security, we all understand that this is a safety net for the investors in case WRN is forced into insolvency by the Pension Trustee or the Pension Regulator/PPF not accepting a deal. There is no safety net for me. In the event that the land in Keighley and the shares in Trimmings by design come under our control we need to agree in advance the plan for managing these assets. I suggest that the assets are placed in an SPV. I will secure the planning application & manage the TBD shareholding. After the cash outstanding has been repaid from the sale of the land with planning permission, and possibly the TBD shares to the other shareholders, I suggest that the remaining proceeds are split in the following way: 32% to each of AE, CW & DW 4% to be given to John Taylor as he will be the “man on the ground” doing all the leg work on an unpaid basis. I hope that you & Craig can agree to this & raise the necessary cash next week to secure the position. Is Richard Beresford on board? If so I suggest you get him to draw up the required security documentation for filing at Companies House & the Land Registry, remember we need to be able to control the assets in an insolvency situation. Warm regards,​ Doug
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