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gordon-the-novice 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Many thanks Fillpot, you have given me hope

jaytee41 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive My isa shows the number of shares and the value they were at when they stopped trading back in Dec 18, but greyed out

dgfletters 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Mine are still also in the ISA.

Fillpot 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Mine are also still in my isa account albeit zero value I did post here just before we delisted a reply I got from ii when I asked them what they would do should we delist. Basically it comes down to if the company issue share certificates for all their stock. That would signify an intent to go private. That would happen within a month of ii receiving those certificates. FRR have stated that they intend to relist so I do not expect them to issue certificates. With a relist our ISA history will remain intact. That is how I understood it from the ii reply I would have a problem with my broker if they had unwrapped my ISA without certificates

Toatie1 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive mine too mate.

jaytee41 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Mine too bud

jaytee41 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Mine are still held in my ISA account.

gordon-the-novice 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive So I’m glad I didnt phone ii to find out what was happening then. Maybe with a bit of luck they’ll still be under my ISA Account when/if FRR relist??? Depending on the value of the shares following any relisting, it could make a huge difference to me. If I have to sell and buy back into an ISA several times, each transaction loses a significant amount of shares as cost of the transaction. If other brokers have jumped the gun and we do relst soon, I hope those affected will be able to get their shares move back!!

IrishPaul 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive I’m with Halifax and mines have been moved. I think technically the provider of the isa should wait until they receive the share certificates from the FRR, but i’m guessing either Halifax have been proactive and moved mines as they have delisted or ii are waiting to receive them. I think the provider has 30 days to move them from receiving the share certificates.

theprior 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive I’m with ii and mine are also still showing in ISA. Hopefully all will be resolved before ii get round to taking any action to change the status quo. TP

gordon-the-novice 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Hi Paul, your message says “but any shares held in a stocks and shares isa would have been moved out of the ISA by now into a normal trading account”. I have an ISA and a normal trading account with ii so I had a quick check and my FRR shares are still showing in my ISA Account although at zero value. They don’t seem to have been transferred out. Does anyone have a similar situation and if so have they got any clarification as Pauls message suggests they will have been moved over to a normal trading acount. I don’t want to phone ii incase it precipitates something!!

Torridon 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Dnl, Listed co or private my understanding is that you remain a s/h until you dispose of your holding, the difference being the capacity to do so is straightforward when co is listed, not so much with private. I would not wish relist on aim prefer ftse 350 once frr have settled the dispute and established a transformed position Best T

IrishPaul 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive Regardless of being on AIM or any stock exchange, as a share holder you have a owning % (however small or large) of the company, its just with not being listed on a stock exchange at the moment it isn’t anywhere near tradeable as it would be on a stock marke. If it is relisted your share holding is still valid. Whether or not its in a tax wrapper will depend on the account its held in. SIPP and LISA accounts seemed to have been ok as you can hold delisted shares within them, but any shares held in a stocks and shares isa would have been moved out of the ISA by now into a normal trading account, so if those arent moved back in (via Bed and ISA) when they relist then when you come to sell them you may have to pay tax on it. When moving them back into the ISA then it would take up part or all of that years ISA allowances. The company may choose to do a consolidation exercise when it relists but you shares would still be valid again, its just there may not be as many of them but value should roughly be the same

Does_not_listen 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive When news does arrive… How likley is it that FRR will rejoin AIM. If it does, are our shareholdings still valid?

IrishPaul 21 Mar 2019

When news does arrive i seem to recall from previous discussions they can still utilise the RNS system to issue updates. Hopefully soon if its an OOC settlement but it goes onto appeal it will be into April before we could hear something.

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