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Major Shareholders - The Big 4.

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    Hi All,

    Just wanting some thoughts from a curious standpoint only.

    Been pouring over some of the old financials.

    Has made me quite curious why some of the most wealthy corporations in Australia have interest in OBJ, and make up numerous inputs on the Top 20 Shareholders for our company.

    Is it a simple matter of they buy up large in many start ups in the early days, or do they have a specialist team that conducts research and instigates purchase of company's shares that demonstrate a large potential for success.

    Or as simple as the company exchanges shares for cash flow from the bank, or a full exchange/partial collateral against monies borrowed for business expenses?

    2008. No entrance Into Top 20.

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    2009.  Citicorp Nominees, HSBC, JP enter.
    Citi with 14.280,000 shares.

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    2014. Current.

    Citicorp Nominees added another 10,000,000 shares plus. Now Number 2.
    HSBC, JP still there.

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    Details on Citcorp Nomiees:

    (I rang the number rung and it connects to Citibank answer phone)

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    Who actually owns who?


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    Cheers for feedback.

    As stated its probably just the banks making money/investing or collateral for business expenses/loans incurred, but made for interesting research.

    Kiwi.
    Last edited by Blackiwi: 04/02/15
 
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