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shares in harland and wolff

by spoolerdog 13 January 2013  |  Comments 1 comment  |  Love Love  0 loves

I was an employee in harland and wolff shipbuilders in belfast when there was a management / employee buy out (MEBO) in August 2000. i bought 400 shares in the company and i was wondering if they are worth anything now that the titanic quarter has taken off (harland have a long term leae on the gournd this was built on) and harland's are rumoured to be in profit again for the first time in years

can anyone help?




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  • Ruthless Investor
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    Ruthless Investor posted

    Hello OP,

    Normally all shareholders are sent an invitation to attend the AGM(Annual General Meetig) and a voting form for the resolutions to be discussed and approved at the AGM along with a copy of the Company's Accounts showing profit & loss and the dividends declared. You should have received this information since the purchase of your 400 shares in the company. However, if you have not received this information since the purchase of your shares, then you should immediately contact Hartland nad Wolff Company's Secretary and ask them to send you the details. You should be able to determine from these documents, if a dividend was declared since the purchase of your shares or not and if declared then of what value. You will be able to claim all the previously declared dividends also. I hope that the company has your upto date postal address and if not then advise them accordingly.

    Harland and Wolff is a registered company in Northern Ireland and its registration number is NI38867. Its website address is However, if the company secretary is not able to provide you with these details then ask them for the contact details of their Accountants and contact them for the details.


    Farrukh Jamil

    Posted on 30 January 2013 | Love Love  0 loves Report

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