Sirius Update #1 24 Jan 2020

As of last night 235 Sirius shareholders have joined the ShareSoc Sirius Shareholder Group (SSSG) and more are joining at a rapid rate. Pressure is mounting from the Daily Mail, with our input, for Anglo to consider options that keep shareholders engaged https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/comment/article-7922163/ALEX-BRUMMER-Sirius-Minerals-backers-shares.html

The SSSG committee have sent a letter the Sirius Board of Directors requesting a meeting and further information. To see the 5 page letter go to the ShareSoc Sirius Forum page https://sharesoc.ning.com/xn/detail/6389471:Comment:55870 – sorry, but you will have to be or join as a FULL ShareSoc member to see this.

We have also sent a request to Anglo for a meeting to discuss individual shareholders’ concerns.

All Sirius shareholders are encouraged to join the SSSG by going here – https://www.sharesoc.org/campaigns/sirius/
and to join ShareSoc as a full member https://www.sharesoc.org/membership/full-membership/

4 Comments
  1. Darren cope 25th January 2020 at 6:58 pm

    Hi I have just over 130.000 Sirius shares witch
    Cost about £29000 now worth £8500 . Have invested
    In this company for at least 6 years. And was lead to believe by Sirius was a good thing all this time .

  2. Philip Morris 4th February 2020 at 2:09 pm

    As a shareholder since about 2012 I have experienced many ups and downs and always known that this was a risky project but I know the agricultural importance of potash and other elements that polyhalite contains and the potential value of the Sirius resource is huge over the lifespan of the mine.

    There is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that shareholders should look to government for compensation as their refusal to offer guarantees to the company at a crucial time triggered the crisis in confidence and the collapse of the share price.

    Government should not bail out failing businesses (eg Thomas Cook) but this was a company that
    took a risk a decade ago to provide quality jobs for youngsters in an area that desperately needs them and an income stream for government for the next 100years.

    Government would have taken the first dividend from Sirius – it’s called tax and a modest investment by HS2 standards would have secured the project and would have shown a real commitment to the north east.

  3. alan purvis 11th February 2020 at 7:08 pm

    Hi I to have a lot of shares aprox 1000000.the board of Sirius should be ashamed selling us share holders out like this

  4. alan purvis 12th February 2020 at 4:21 pm

    I would suggest you get hold of all the share holders and email them about SHARESOC as I came across your organisation by chance Maybe adverts in local papers . local TV get the word out and stop this rip off . Sirius minerals is worth a lot more than what is being offered

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