Tintra – why is it still struggling with financial reporting?
By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 31 July 2022
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I haven’t written about Tintra (TNT) for some time. Since I last did, it has continued to sort out its legacy business, seeking to build its new model from the disaster that was St James House (previously Boxhill Technology). It has raised monies at high premiums to its share price, and appointed several impresing-sounding individuals to the Board. The self-styled “rapidly innovating Deep Tech & Banking business” continues in a similar vein, with the following AGM statement:
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