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Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:29 pm
by Wobs
kenton1 wrote:You are right that as shareholders we are entitled to see this. However, I assume not on an open forum but at the properly constructed AGM or similar. Why let others Clubs see our Accounts in the public domain !!!


Correct Kenton1. As always, there will be detailed accounts at the AGM covering y/e 31/5/17. I would expect shareholders to receive accounts electronically.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:51 pm
by Elmslie Ender
Wobs wrote:
kenton1 wrote:You are right that as shareholders we are entitled to see this. However, I assume not on an open forum but at the properly constructed AGM or similar. Why let others Clubs see our Accounts in the public domain !!!


Correct Kenton1. As always, there will be detailed accounts at the AGM covering y/e 31/5/17. I would expect shareholders to receive accounts electronically.


Presenting Micro Accounts with a detailed profit and loss section to shareholders are NOT detailed accounts.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 5:56 pm
by Stoney Ground
Elmslie Ender wrote:
Wobs wrote:
kenton1 wrote:You are right that as shareholders we are entitled to see this. However, I assume not on an open forum but at the properly constructed AGM or similar. Why let others Clubs see our Accounts in the public domain !!!


Correct Kenton1. As always, there will be detailed accounts at the AGM covering y/e 31/5/17. I would expect shareholders to receive accounts electronically.


Presenting Micro Accounts with a detailed profit and loss section to shareholders are NOT detailed accounts.


Everyone’s an expert now :roll:

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:25 pm
by Wobs
Elmslie Ender wrote:
Wobs wrote:
kenton1 wrote:You are right that as shareholders we are entitled to see this. However, I assume not on an open forum but at the properly constructed AGM or similar. Why let others Clubs see our Accounts in the public domain !!!


Correct Kenton1. As always, there will be detailed accounts at the AGM covering y/e 31/5/17. I would expect shareholders to receive accounts electronically.


Presenting Micro Accounts with a detailed profit and loss section to shareholders are NOT detailed accounts.


They're pretty detailed though aren't they Sud??

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 6:30 pm
by attic
A bit more granularity, but without going into Barry B levels of disclosure wouldn't go amiss.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:26 am
by Elmslie Ender
Correct Kenton1. As always, there will be detailed accounts at the AGM covering y/e 31/5/17. I would expect shareholders to receive accounts electronically.[/quote]

Presenting Micro Accounts with a detailed profit and loss section to shareholders are NOT detailed accounts.[/quote]

They're pretty detailed though aren't they Sud??[/quote]


What was presented last year was nowhere near detailed enough. Quite appalling really that MIcro Accounts are being presented to shareholders. No balance sheet notes at all. Why, for example, have creditors increased by over 60k for a start. Since B.B. has gone to the other side of the table, information provided has been sparse. Any AGM I have been to, he’s not been there either.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 11:06 am
by adamgloor
Does anyone know if there is a complete list of shareholders and their allocations available, all 428 of them?
If nothing else it would show how far anyone is from taking over.
May also encourage likeminded shareholders to speak to each other about whether to increase shareholding to have a bigger voice.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:23 pm
by Andrew
Adam,
you can find the information on the Companies House website.

Re: Club Accounts

PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:32 pm
by Bananas
adamgloor wrote:Does anyone know if there is a complete list of shareholders and their allocations available, all 428 of them?
If nothing else it would show how far anyone is from taking over.
May also encourage likeminded shareholders to speak to each other about whether to increase shareholding to have a bigger voice.

There aren't any more shares left to buy, that in essence is the problem. No shares to sell, no revenue to come in from them.