Last week's EGM was a predictable farce. Imperial Brands (IMB) does not seem to care about its investment; thus, it fails to quiz the management of a company whose shares have slumped from 5p at IPO, to 1.3p in just ten months. Here are some of the questions asked, which raise very serious questions about the underlying science, the shock resignation of Oxford Cannabinoid’s (OCTP) broker and the cash crisis looming later this year. Natch, Oxford declined to answer any of them:
Thanks to Winnileaks I now have in my possession a letter sent to the directors of Oxford Cannabinoid (OCTP) by holders of c8% of the equity demanding that an EGM be held to sack the entire board. Natch Oxford has yet to tell investors of this via an RNS so let me bring you the highlights
When Oxford Cannabinoid (OCTP) listed in May, raising £16.5 million at 5p I warned you all that its £48 million market cap was a complete rum ‘n’ coke. This company will, in a best case scenario, generate first revenues in 2027 and it will very obviously run out of cash well before then. I reckon the next cash call is within a year. Meanwhile the non-financial red flags mount at an alarming rate.