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BREAKING: The £216.8m Lush scandal: Silverwood Brands – advised by Andrew Monk’s VSA Capital: has it twice breached the Companies Act

The FCA and Aquis Regulation are already investigating this scandal and so, with a hat Tip to in-house BB genius PL, I post the question as to whether on two counts, VSA Capital’s (VSA) star client Silverwood Brands (SLWD) has twice breached the Companies Act. If it has, surely VSA’s CEO Andrew “have I mentioned that I went to Oriel College Oxford, Monk needs to issue a profits warning.

Letter to Aquis Regulation re Andrew Monk and VSA Capital – misleading trading statement?

Not only does Andrew Monk and VSA Capital list shitcos on the Aquis Lobster Pot but VSA itself is listed on Aquis too. It listed at 21p on 9 September 2021. Its shares are 49% down so far this year and can now be sold for just 10p. But has the Monkey legged over investors with a misleading trading statement. I think the graduate of Oriel College Oxford (has he told us about his posh education yet today?) has and have written to Aquis Regulation suggesting it force VSA to clarify.

A man whose firm is paid to act for a company run by insider dealing market abusing crooks lectures a pious and ethical business on ethics

I have commented HERE on the scandal of the £216 Lush blow up involving Andrew Monk's VSA Capital (VSA). That is the VSA which is happy to act for the crooked insider dealing market abusers at Caracal Gold (GCAT).as it finds itself under a full blown FCA Enquiry. So who better to lecture, in the tweet below, the ethical chaps at Lush on corporate ethics than Mr Monk? What next? Nadhim Zahawi lecturing us all on why we should pay more tax? Matt Hancock on the sanctity of marriage? David Moyes on how to manage a football club? 

Spot the Customer's Yachts competition sponsored by Andrew Monk and VSA Capital

Aquis listed VSA Capital (VSA) makes its dosh floating and raising money for shitty little companies on AIM, the Sub Standard List and Aquis. The photo below, from yesterday, shows its staff preparing to party in the sun. So, with a prize of some worthless shares in star VSA float AIQ Limited (AIQ), let's all play "spot the customer's yachts."


Anglo African – what a pigs ear and related party nest of snakes

Those who have not been cut off from Andrew Monk’s morning email will, over the past few years have been told time and time again how cheap are shares in the bastard son of Monk & David Lenigas, that is to say Anglo African Agriculture (AAAP). Shares in the company were 12.5p when Monkey first arranged a deal to reverse a Kenyan Port into the sub scale Zim South food producer. They are now 3.75p as that deal has fallen through.

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