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In Reply To:'s post @ Dec 13 2011, 10:04 AM

(Future Fibre Technologies (FFT) listed on ASX in May 2015)

Merger between FFT & ASX listed MaxSec (MSP) .... proposed Dec 2017 .... but it took a while .... AVA Risk Group Limited was successful with an offer of 3 cents cash per Maxsec share only on 22/11/2018

(On 15 May, 2018, Future Fibre Technologies Limited (FFT) changed its name and ASX code to AVA Risk Group Limited (AVA).)

"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

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Mr Angeloglou new ceo at 4c control in usa ?

Just discovered in the network. A newly produced HP at the end of January of 4c control. We read that the current CEO, Mr. Olivier de Vergnies of 4c Control surrender his post and the current CEO of 4c Security Mr Anastasios Angeloglou is the new CEO at 4C Control in USA. For details read:

Whether it will come like I do not know. I refer only to the link.

Is it the end of FCS ex BQT?


post Posted: Dec 9 2008, 08:17 PM
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In reply to: on Friday 05/12/08 05:20am

Not many of us left now, I guess.

Are you guys still living in hope?

Personally, I've lost too much thus far to bale out, so have little hope other than watching developments and silently praying (facing the appropriate direction, of course).

BTW, Compliments of the season to all.

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post Posted: Dec 3 2008, 09:48 AM
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Change of name to 4C security solutions limited

without trust there is nothing

post Posted: Aug 25 2008, 01:09 PM
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In reply to: kiril on Sunday 24/08/08 06:40pm

I'm assuming that Falaknaz is the "secretive" Middle Eastern party behind 4C Controls and that when he promised to "deliver", he had 4C Controls in mind and not BQT.

BQT's history with respect to statements about future cash-flows leaves any promise in that regard extremely dubious, to say the least.

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In reply to: ty.webb on Saturday 23/08/08 12:37pm

Yes Ty,

But this is the same Mr Falaknaz that wanted to hold onto his Golden West Resources stock, but 'accidentally' sold his entire holding to Fairstar in their attepted takeover.

Thus far his deep pockets and numerous UAE connections have yielded plenty of announcements and great speculation and hope....unfortunately not much in the form of revenue.


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In reply to: kiril on Monday 18/08/08 04:12pm

Hi Kiril,

Looks like the short-sellers turned a nice profit - not only on 4C but also on Prime Sun Power, which is another Rudana/Arimathea vehicle.

Both were sitting ducks, given their market caps.

As for CitronResearch - it appears that they didn't do much research at all - or else decided not to identify the "secretive" Middle Eastern party behind Rudana/Arimathea.

At the Farnborough Air Show in July, Mr. Falaknaz stated the following with respect to 4C Controls:

"We're here to stay and - we promise you - we shall deliver".

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piddly contract , but something

For further information, please visit our website or contact one of our global offices.
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ASX Company
Thursday, 21st August, 2008
BQT wins first major contract for IP enabled SmaX
BQT (ASX: BQT) is pleased to announce release of the TCP/IP version of the SmaX access control system, and its first
contract. BQT’s IP enabled SmaX system has been ordered for inclusion in one of Queensland’s most technologically
advanced “smart building” projects, called “Carina” – an aged care facility for PresCare, a Ministry of the Presbyterian
Church of Queensland.
The section of the project that BQT is delivering will be installed for PresCare by Queensland based communications
specialist, Surecom, and will see more than 170 doors being controlled by the TCP/IP version of the BQT SmaX system.
For stage one of the project, due to open in approximately March 2009, the value to BQT totals more than $100k, and an
additional stage of building is planned for commencement later in 2009.
Anastasios Angeloglou, BQT’s Group CEO said “The release of this new version of SmaX is a major milestone for BQT. It
allows customers to use their existing communications infrastructure with significant additional benefits, including simpler,
more cost-effective installation. Strong demand from the marketplace drove us to develop the TCP/IP version and as we
now offer customers the ability to choose between TCP/IP and RS485 versions, SmaX competes across a far wider
section of the access control market.”
“We are presently working to integrate with other IP based technologies, including Mobotix IP cameras; and have recently
integrated DLI-IT’s time and attendance package for sale throughout the Middle East.”
CEO of Surecom, Ash Hanna commented “Surecom is very excited to be working with PresCare to deliver this project
which is at the forefront of building technology. PresCare decided that Carina would be built as a keyless facility, where
staff are given smart cards to access restricted zones. The whole facility is to be keyless – even the kitchen uses smart
card technology.
This decision to have a keyless system running throughout the whole facility will have an enormous cost benefit for
PresCare. Using the SmaX system, when a new staff member starts, Human Resources at PresCare will be able to
quickly provide new staff a card with appropriate permissions, and remove the access rights from old cards. This will
result in better security for the facility, its residents and staff, and will mean that PresCare will not need to incur the cost
associated with replacement keys, locks and locksmiths.
With ongoing consultation between BQT and Surecom, the IP version of SmaX became available at the right time for this
project. Due to the IP nature of the project, all communications and security can be controlled via a state based control
room – rather than needing to have a control room in each site – again, saving on infrastructure and space associated
costs. We’re also able to access all the general benefits of IP – fast communications; better use of consolidated cabling
and a much more efficient installation process.”
BQT has already supplied the first part of the order to Surecom, and the complete order will be fulfilled by the end of
August, 2008.
BQT Solutions Limited


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