Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?


T’internet is a wonderful thing. Here is a brief synopsis …

Comment on Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo? by Para Handy.

T’internet is a wonderful thing. Here is a brief synopsis of what is needed to become listed on ISDX:

How to join ISDX:

The admission process for issuers is clear and transparent (unlike some organisations we know).

ISDX Growth Market

The ISDX Growth Market is our market for earlier stage, entrepreneurial companies (well they are only three years old).

To join the ISDX Growth Market, all companies are required to meet the following specific admission criteria:

1. Appoint and retain an ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange Corporate Adviser at all times (Neil Patey, perhaps)?

2. Demonstrate appropriate levels of corporate governance including having at least one independent non-executive director (need to buy another blazer and pair of brogues)

3. Have published audited financial reports no more than nine months prior to the date of admission to trading (I am sure Deloitte’s will be happy for the work)

4. Have at least 12 months’ working capital (Over to you DCK)

5. Have no restrictions on the transferability of shares (other than caveat emptor)

6. Issue shares which are eligible for electronic settlement (just remember to keep paying the leccie bill)

7. Companies must also publish an ISDX Growth Market Admission Document, which is less onerous than a full prospectus. More information about the content of an ISDX Growth Market Admission Document can be found in the ISDX Growth Market – Rules for Issuers. (I am sure the 120 day plan could be brought up to date for this)

8. Under certain circumstances, for example if raising more than €5 million, companies may be required to publish a full prospectus for approval by the UK Listing Authority (UKLA). The company’s appointed Corporate Adviser will confirm where this is necessary. (Nae tother a ba given the excellent, well documented business acumen of the current Board)

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Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
magicroundabout says:

April 30, 2015 at 3:39 pm
Anything to avoid being Chick Young. ? 🙄
I was really looking forward to Zebedee… ?

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
Chust sublime, Dougie

Did Stewart Regan Ken Then Wit We Ken Noo?
sannoffymesssoitizz says:
April 14, 2015 at 3:48 pm

Views on fan ownership model from East Stirlingshire
Interesting viewpoint and I would say a few shrewd observations. I was once in favour of fan “ownership”, not fans of the blazer and brogue variety but fans from the stands.

However, I no longer consider that to be important or indeed effective. What is needed is a governance model that:
– takes the fans into account
– involves them in the decision making processes
– gives them if not an equal say and vote in all matters, allows for it in areas that directly impact on fans – prices, facilities (inlcusinf safe standing), etc.
– enforces openness and accountability in the areas of finance, the SFA & the SPFL

The list could go on but I think that would be a fair start…

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Spot the difference?
Any reason why there is so much analysis of the standard of one of the semi-finals today?

It was bad enough suffering through the build up!

By all means criticise the SFA for the preparations (didn’t really hear much on that after Saturday’s game…) but I thought discussions around ref performances were frowned on and much of the other semi-final coverage would be more appropriate to Club (or in some cases, holding company) forums.

Spot the difference?
ernie says:
January 22, 2015 at 9:52 am
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Whenever I read a piece of journalism about something I know a little about, e.g. scottish fitba, and find it full of holes I use that as a reference point when reading a piece on which I know very little and rely on the journo, e.g. the Syrian situation.

Couldn’t agree more.

I have had the misfortune of being involved with and on occastion named in three stories in the MSM. On all three occasions, including one which was front page news across the world, the story was inaccurately reported across broadsheet, tabloid and broadcast channels.

I am sure my psedonym’s creator would spin in his grave if he knew.

I even find myself double-checking my own knowledge when the MSM agree with me!

A Sanity Clause for Xmas?
Undersoil heating was very expensive to run back in 2006 when a contract groundsman forgot to turn it on at Firhill leading to a match being called off.

Match wasn’t in the SPL so no requirement but it might have been a cup game but too hazy a memory.

Anyway, the main point is how expensive it is to switch it on…

A Sanity Clause for Xmas?
ecobhoy says:
January 9, 2015 at 7:46 pm

John Clark says:
January 9, 2015 at 7:39 pm

But I just hope masses of Celtic fans decide that they will have something better to do on that match day than support the continuation of the Big Lie.
I have no doubt the Celtic allocation will be well oversubscribed. I won’t be going myself but plenty of others will. I will watch it on the telly though.
Not a dig at you Eco, it would be best for many people in Scotland who have little or no connection with either of the two teams, that this game was not televised.

In recent years, when similar matches have been played, the majority of the trouble has not been around the ground but in the streets outside bars and homes where the game is shown on TV.

And on the subject of TV, haven’t watched Only an Excuse and regardless of any perceived “balance” or “bias”, it was scripted and shot before Ally resigned…

A spectre is haunting Scottish Football
Just saw on the BBC that TRFC have accepted Ally’s resignation and he is now serving his 12 months notice…

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