21 January 2021
The information is being provided for AIM Rule 26 compliance and was last updated on 20 January 2021.
We are a leading investor in the residential resort sector in emerging markets, seeking to generate strong capital growth and cash returns for our shareholders.
We own large seafront sites of striking natural beauty in the eastern Mediterranean and develop them into sophisticated leisure integrated residential resorts, in partnership with some of the world’s most recognised architects, golf course designers and hotel operators.
The Company is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands and its main countries of operation are Greece, Cyprus, Turkey & Croatia. As a non-UK incorporated company the rights of shareholders may be different to that of a UK incorporated company.
The Company’s investment policy is to realize all its portfolio assets in a controlled, orderly and timely manner. The Board’s and the Investment Manager’s objective is to dispose all of the Company’s assets by 31 December 2021 (the “Divestment Period”). The allocation of any additional capital investment into any of the Company’s projects will be substantially sourced from joint venture agreements, third-party capital providers and project level debt with the sole objective of enhancing the respective asset’s realisations potential and value within the Divestment Period.
Following the Company’s circular to shareholders dated 10 April 2019 62% of Shareholders represented in the EGM voted FOR the Resolution and 38% voted AGAINST.
The exact voting results are set out in the table below:
|Vote Type||Voted||Voted %|
In response to the voting results, Andrew Coppel CBE, Non-executive Chairman said:
“We are pleased that the resolution was passed at the EGM, enabling the Company to move to the next stage of its strategy to return capital to shareholders.
We have engaged with all our major shareholders prior to the release of the circular and are aware that a number of them voted against the resolution, principally because they disagreed with the Board’s view on the suitable level of incentivisation to the investment manager to expedite the pace of disposals and maximise sales prices. We will continue to engage with all shareholders through the remaining life of the Company.”
See Corporate Governance.
The Company is not subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
The Company’s shares are quoted and traded on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.
The total number of common shares of €0.01 each in issue is 904,626,856. There are no restrictions on transfer of shares.
There are no shares held in treasury.
The total number of common shares of €0.01 each not held in public hands is 161,879,402 (17.89%).
Information Last Updated: 12 October 2020
See Financial Reports.