April 26, 2013 – Austin, TX
DDD Group plc (AIM: DDD, OTCQX: DDDGY, the “Company”), the 3D solutions company, announces that on 12 April 2013 Paul Kristensen, Chairman of the Company, and Dr. Julien Flack, Chief Technology Officer (non-director) exercised their April 2008 share options in the Company as detailed below.
Paul Kristensen, Chairman of the Company, exercised options over 100,000 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company (the “Ordinary Shares”) at an exercise price of 10p per share (together the “Kristensen Option Exercise”). It is Mr. Kristensen’s intent to sell 50,000 shares to cover a portion of the exercise cost and taxation, and further details will be provided when complete. Following the Kristensen Option Exercise, Mr. Kristensen’s interest in the Company will stand at 505,204 Ordinary Shares or approximately 0.4% of the issued ordinary share capital and total voting rights in the Company.
Dr. Julien Flack, Chief Technology Officer of the Company, exercised options over 250,000 Ordinary Shares at an exercise price of 10p per share (together the “Flack Option Exercise”).
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Feb. 22, 2013) - Harvest Portfolios Group Inc. (the “Manager”), the manager of Australian REIT Income Fund (the “Fund”) is pleased to announce the Exchange Ratios (as defined below) for the Exchange Option as provided for in the preliminary prospectus of the Fund dated January 30, 2013 (the “Prospectus”).
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SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA–(Marketwire – Jan. 28, 2013) - Patient Home Monitoring (PHM) (TSX VENTURE:PHM), a company focused on in-home cardiology healthcare services, today announced audited results for its fiscal year ended September 30, 2012. It also released unaudited results for its first quarter of fiscal 2013 ended December 31, 2012. In conjunction with the results, PHM’s management provided details behind the impressive triple digit revenue growth in fiscal 2012 as well as strong first quarter cash flow and profitability.
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TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Jan. 12, 2013) - Inmet Mining Corporation (“Inmet”) (TSX:IMN) today provided the following comment with respect to First Quantum’s press release, issued earlier today, and the corresponding letter addressed to David R. Beatty, O.B.E., Chairman of the Inmet Board of Directors.
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TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Dec. 27, 2012) - Mahdia Gold Corp. (the “Company”) (CNSX:MGD) is pleased to announce that at the Company’s Annual and Special Meeting (the “Meeting”) held on December 21, 2012, the shareholders voted in favour of the special resolutions approving the continuance into Ontario and the empowerment of directors to set the number of directors from time to time between the minimum and maximum number of directors provided for in the Articles of the Company.
Peter Cross’s case shows the deficiencies of some packaged current accounts. We look at what they offer
When Peter Cross had his hire car broken into while visiting southern Spain in July, he assumed the blow of losing his phone, tablet computer and camera would be softened by the fact he was fully insured.
Like millions of other Britons, the retired teacher from Preston was sure that the travel insurance supplied through his £200-a-year paid-for Lloyds bank account would come good, and fund the replacement of the lost items.
But despite being promised by Lloyds staff who sold him his Platinum bank account that it was the best insurance he could buy, the policy has, he says, turned out to be useless.
After making two claims on the cover provided by Lloyds – one on the general travel policy supplied by Axa, the other via the separate mobile phone cover provided by a firm called LSG – both have been turned down on what he calls “absurd technicalities”.
Cross is so annoyed by the way he has been treated by the bank – it has refused to deal with his subsequent complaints, insisting he deal with Axa instead – that he is demanding it return all the £17 monthly payments that he’s paid for the Platinum account.
According to Lloyds, Cross’s travel insurance policy is worth “up to £406 a year”, making it one of the most expensive on the market, yet it still did not pay out. His case will be of interest to anyone who pays for their bank account, as well as to the Financial Services Authority which has been investigating packaged accounts and whether they represent value for customers.
It is estimated that one in seven bank customers has a packaged or “premium” account, yet industry research suggests as many as one in three hasn’t used the extras they’re paying for. From next March, on the FSA’s orders, banks will be required to check whether customers are eligible to claim on insurance cover before selling them a packaged bank account.
Some have even questioned whether this area could become the next big bank mis-selling scandal when customers realise they’ve been paying for products they didn’t want and haven’t used.
Cross’s saga started when he parked outside his favourite bar on the Costa del Sol. When he returned, he was unable to get his key in the driver’s door lock. It later emerged that the car’s lock had been forced and his bag, which had been in the boot, was missing.
“Back in the UK I tried to make a claim, but Axa [Lloyds' travel insurance partner] told me they would not allow it on the basis I’d left my valuables unattended. The policy appears to suggest that it will cover items locked in a car boot, but they have refused to pay my claim, which is around £700.”
Separately, he made a claim against Lloyds’ mobile phone cover. Despite the fact the phone was pay-as-you-go, he was again turned down – because he couldn’t provide the handset’s Imei (serial) number that would let the phone network stop the phone remotely.
His complaints to Lloyds have been rebuffed, and he has been told that Axa, not the bank, is responsible.
Cross is by no means the first customer to find his insurance provided as
SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, FRANCE–(Marketwire – Oct 25, 2012) – Nicox S.A. (NYSE Euronext Paris: COX) today reported financial results for the nine month period ended
September 30, 2012, and provided an overview of its activities.
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