Sirius campaigners to hold next steps meeting online following Anglo American takeover
Sirius Minerals campaigners are to hold an online meeting this Wednesday (Dec 9) to discuss what the next steps will be following the takeover by Anglo American.
They say the takeover of the Woodsmith Mine at Sneaton, near Whitby, has affected many Sirius shareholders, with many eager for news of any possible legal redress.
The campaigners say: "Sirius Minerals grew from nothing via Yorkshire Potash into a billion-pound market cap company before it collapsed and was taken over by Anglo American, at what many felt was far too low a price.
"This webinar will review what happened, the potential for legal claims and the lessons learned."
The webinar will be two-way with plenty of time for questions to be asked and answered.
Questions can be pre-submitted or asked at the webinar via a Q&A .
The meeting, to be chaired by Mark Northway, ShareSoc chairman, will discuss:
* a review of what happened, what the ShareSoc campaigners did, successes and failures.
* the potential for legal redress. Update on progress to date, evidence gathering and potential claims.
* lessons learnt, diversification, investment risk, the particular risks with mining companies.
* Q&A session.
To register for the webinar:
* log in to your ShareSoc account or Join ShareSoc for free
* click ‘Submit’ on the form
* click on the link on the next page to register with Zoom to complete the registration.
Once you have registered fully with Zoom you will receive an email notification, as well as reminders one day and one hour before the event starts.
The meeting starts at 5pm.
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