After my weekend revelations, following on from Friday’s bombshell admission of rank dishonesty, I had expected Kinovo (KINO) shares to be suspended by now. For those weekend reports suggest that, very soon, the company will be reliant on its banks for its survival. I have written to the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation, about what is a major scandal of non-disclosure.
On Friday, I showed how Kinovo (KINO) had misled investors about the £5 million sale of its construction business, DCB, by hiding the fact that it could – and now is – on the hook for potentially unlimited liabilities. But, as a sharp reader explains, this scandal could be far worse. This is truly shocking, and heads at Nomad Canaccord, or Kinovo, must surely roll. must surely roll.
Surely, AIM Regulation must publicly censure Kinovo (KINO), and possibly its Nomad and broker, Canaccord Genuity. One - or both - of them has grotesquely misled investors to the tune of £8 million and rising, only fessing up to the scale of that deception today, which has sent the shares tumbling.