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Vallible One directors should be sued for misrepresentation at the IPO

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Hanoifortune

Hanoifortune
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

At the time of the multibillion rupee IPO for Vallible One, which was preceded by allotments of shares to high net worth individuals and corporates, an activity that is now illegal, there were representations made as to what the Company was planning on doing with the funds they raised.


Whilst the main assets of Vallible One were shares that had been transferred by Mr Dhammika Perera of well known Companies, there was a further promise of a huge investment of over US$50M in a 5 star hotel project in Negombo.


The IPO was completely based on the funds needed for this acquisition, and the numbers presented to prospective shareholders were based on the expected cash flows from this investment in the future.


What happened after the IPO? An investment of Rs3B was made in acquisition of Delmege where insiders of Vallible including Nimal Perera made an unconscionable insider dealing profit and was not queried anywhere. Now it is shown that the main asset of Delmege being property has not been collateralized sufficiently to release investment funds, and therefore that investment is actually losing money. Along with that cash drain, the whole Hotel Project has been temporarily shelved with no idea when it will commence.


Simply put, the shareholders of Vallible One, and I am really referring to minority shareholders, as the main shareholders are party to the conspiracy, have been duped of their investment. The SEC MUST make a stand on this and bring the Company to book to at least COMPENSATE small shareholders for the misrepresentation made at the time of the IPO.


It is preposterous that shareholders due to their exalted position are able to dupe innocent people of their savings by making false representations and being able to get away with it without any consequences. It is this sort of pillaging of other people’s savings that take place in a robber baron’s world of the past, which Sri Lanka still seems to be in. It is impossible to draw foreign investors in to Sri Lanka if this example is allowed to go unpunished and it is high time the authorities step in and act. If they do not this will further be an example of politicization of Commerce where there is NO LEVEL PLAYING FIELD from which these people can operate without being held accountable. Let it be an example that no one can get away with fraud, no matter what the position of the person is, if we are to get over this Banana Republic tag and move on to the next level
http://pattapalboru.blogspot.sg/2013/01/vallible-one-directors-should-be-sued.html

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

People who gave money for election fund of both parties can do any thing in this country

Economy is mainly managed by them

No recognition for genuine investors or genuine supporters of govt
This is the main reason for the present level of stock market

The Alchemist


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

@D.G.Dayaratne wrote:People who gave money for election fund of both parties can do any thing in this country

Economy is mainly managed by them

No recognition for genuine investors or genuine supporters of govt
This is the main reason for the present level of stock market

This is happening everywhere in the world not only in Sri-Lanka. Even in America it is happening in a more sophisticated level. If you are a genuine supporter of the govt, you will also fund no ? Like there are many fish in the sea, lots of other companies to invest in the CSE too, thereby avoiding any potential conflict you may have. If on the other hand you feel the economy is mainly managed by them, then perhaps best to invest in companies run / owned by them as they have best potential to profit in the future.

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

"This is
happening everywhere in the world not only in Sri-Lanka. Even in America
it is happening in a more sophisticated level. If you are a genuine
supporter of the govt, you will also fund no ? Like there are many fish
in the sea, lots of other companies to invest in the CSE too, thereby
avoiding any potential conflict you may have. If on the other hand you
feel the economy is mainly managed by them, then perhaps best to invest
in companies run / owned by them as they have best potential to profit
in the future."

The AlchemistYou are a man of the age (YUGA PURUSHYA)


We need people like you more . Congratulation



Last edited by D.G.Dayaratne on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:10 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : typing mistake)

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