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What Is A Company With £0.4 million Worth?

I ask this in relation to sub-standard-listed BSF Enterprise (BSFA), whose last accounts – full-year to September 2021 – showed £359,868 of cash and cash equivalents, and net assets of £364,816 having reported a loss of £58,325  on no income, which would have been a loss of £110,669 but for a VAT reclaim. Perhaps, given it had no business at the time, it was worth £364,816. Or perhaps we should allow for more losses going forward and mark it at around £300,000.


Sub-Standard Listed BSF Enterprise – Stinky Suspension and Possible RTO

Having been hanging around and burning the little cash it raised at IPO since July 2019, sub-Standard listed BSF Enterprise (BSFA) has announced a possible RTO and its shares have been suspended. The possible target is 3D Bio-Tissues Limited, a spin out from Newcastle University specialising in biological tissue production for clinical and consumer use. But there's a nest of snakes here...


The Shambles that is BSF Enterprises releases Interims to March 2020 AFTER the full year report, almost thirteen months after period end!!

Here is another piece of fake news from Alliance News: “Losses widen at BSF Enterprise but cash position strengthens”. This followed the release by sub-Standard Listed cash-shell BSF Enterprise (BSFA) of Interims to March 2020 – just over three weeks AFTER it released full year numbers to September 2020 (which were released a day late on April 1st despite having been filed to Companies House on 4th March. What sort of shambles is this?


Sub-Standard-Listed Cash-Shell BSF Enterprise: FY Results. Value, as Shareholder contempt is writ large? Don’t make me laugh!

Cash-shell BSF Enterprise (BSFA) of the Sub-Standard List (surely two Red Flags already!) published its FY numbers to 30 September 2020 this morning – April 1st. Those with a sharp eye might notice they are a day late – which is a bit of a mystery given that they were signed off by the Auditor (PKF Littlejohn) and Geoffrey Baker on behalf of the board a month ago on March 1st, filed at Companies House on 4th March and released by Companies House on March 12th! So much for shareholders finding out what is going on via the RNS system first!


BSF Enterprise – When is an “Acquisition” not an Acquisition?

(sub-)Standard-listed BSF Enterprise (BSFA) released an RNS this morning entitled “Acquisition”. Given that the company listed on the LSE’s (sub-)Standard list about a year ago as a cash shell with a list of Red Flags as long as your arm, including Mr Denis Ow with a heroic list of China-play failures to his name as Head of Investment Banking, I wondered what this acquisition could be…….another dodgy China-play, perhaps, or something else?

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