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On the 17th June I attended the Annual General Meeting of Globo Plc. This is essentially a Greek company which historically has provided IT solutions and services in Greece (80% of revenue but falling). Recently it has developed a clever solution called CitronGO to provide email, social networking and other services on any mobile phone (a smartphone is not required) which they are marketing though phone networks. In addition they have released GO Enterprise Server in the last year which is ...
As described on the company website:
“Corac Group plc is an intellectual property and engineering group, specialising in direct drive turbo machinery. We focus on high speed, direct drive compressors based on solid expertise in gas bearings, and high speed shafts and motor drives. Corac technology has many applications; the extraction of gas from gas wells and supercharging piston compressors used in factory applications are but two.”
Share Price 16.625p
Shares in issue 247.4m, AIM listed, 16.8m options
Market Cap £41.1m
Directors' holdings 1.3m ...
On the 31st May in London, the Judges Scientific AGM was attended by only three shareholders, one of whom was a company employee (he was a former director of one of the companies they took over – at least he appeared to be happy working for them as he had even bought more shares after receiving some from the takeover).
The formal business was fairly routine, although it transpired that the resolution to permit allotment of shares (no. 7) actually enables the ...
At the Parseq meeting in London on the 31st May, there were 5 shareholders present. The company is a merger of the old Intelligent Environments and Documetric – the former providing software for the banking sector while the latter provide outsourcing services to financial institutions. Combining the two operations should enable it to close new deals, like the recent one for O2 to provide a mobile phone payment service.
The meeting was well managed by Richard Last who chairs a number of ...
Arriving early I was able to buttonhole some of the non-Board employee attendees over coffee and pastries in some general background chat about the Trust before settling down for a read through a hard copy of the Annual Report. Two Dunedin managers came across to say hello and ask if I had any questions. A good start I thought – though maybe they were just happy to see a new face.
The AGM started on time and, in the absence of the ...