Grant Thornton. Anybody heard anything about the investigation?
Grant Thornton again.... [link]
Where does he live? I can't believe that nobody here is interested in finding out where this ****er lives. Surely one of you is man enough to want to inflict some physical penalty for what he's done to us all.
FRC investigation into Grant Thornton. The Financial Reporting Councils decision today to investigate Grant Thornton's conduct re its audit of Globo may give some very slim hope to Globo shareholders of getting some cash from them in the distant future.........If negligence is shown.
This site users consensces Annual SB 67 SS 13Quarter SB 64 SS 20Month SB 50 SS 50
Re: Lawyers? Very Cryptic, care to explain?
Re: fao mpt1 Cheers mike I'll take a look
Today's RNS I see the last of the rats jumped ship...Wonder if that frees Ariko to front a bid for certain US assets....?
Re: fao mpg1 B2 - It wasnt me, but I'll certainly check it out, as I wasnt aware of it! Thanks
Re: fao mpt1 sorry mpg1
fao mpt1 I think it was Andy some time ago put me onto "come into my trading room" by Alex Elder its a good read.
Re: Who owns the subsidiaries? It is assumed that there is some value in the subsidiaries. Not a great deal of value but some value. That "value" will be returned by either the subs being sold or liquidated. The cash from such sale or liquidation will be returned to the holding company and used to repay the bank debt. If there is any money left over after that then it would go to shareholders. But it's already been indicated that there's no expectation of any money being left over and the suggestion appears to be that the banks will not get all of their money back either.
Re: Who owns the subsidiaries? That is to assume that there is no net value in the subsidiaries?ws
Re: Globo's subsidiaries Andy just a couple of questions if you don't mind! would you usually use a yearly chart or a monthly?