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PEB, PACIFIC EDGE BIOTECHNOLOGY LIMITED
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post Posted: Aug 30 2015, 09:58 AM
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According to this, the Mayo precedent may be able to render anything and everything that PEB achieves as invalid.

http://www.pbwt.com/files/Uploads/Document...20Invention.pdf






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plastic
post Posted: May 31 2015, 11:45 AM
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Is there any way of being able to discern the sales value within the US market for this company? It is after all where they have spent a lot of their capital.

Am also wondering why the FMA inquiry has gone underground.





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plastic
post Posted: Feb 28 2015, 10:24 AM
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In Reply To: Hancocks's post @ Feb 28 2015, 09:32 AM

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Don’t tell me this is Milford’s dodgy dealings with PEB (and others) shares.


To be determined by the FMA. If there is any funny stuff within PEB, its board, executive or shareholder base, then I would be worried about my bladder. Not about any gremlins though. More about its retention capabilities in the night time.






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Hancocks
post Posted: Feb 28 2015, 09:32 AM
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In Reply To: plastic's post @ Feb 28 2015, 08:59 AM

What denial have I made? My comment is solely on your wild accusation based on the ‘circumstantial evidence’.

If a rogue trader has manipulated the share price of some companies for their own gain, then they deserve all that the FMA fires at them. It doesn’t mean the company who issued the shares is complicit though, as was indicated in your post.

Or perhaps the post should have read:

Don’t tell me this is Milford’s dodgy dealings with PEB (and others) shares.

 
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It is just as unfounded as your denial that PEB has nothing to do with the FMA investigation. However, there is circumstantial evidence suggesting that trading in PEB could be the subject of it. Which makes my assertion less unfounded than your denial.

Commenting on a FMA investigation in to trading of a stock in a place like SS is hardly irresponsible. It is why such a forum exists. It WOULD BE irresponsible if the commentator were involved in the investigation or under a duty of some sort to the company in question. Neither apply to me, so I am free to comment and speculate all I care to.

The underpinnings of my claims are the massive spike in price in PEB in 2013/14 which is the said time frame. The involvement of ForBar in that trading if I recall right. And the stake Milford Asset Management had at the time.

Of course I could be totally wrong. There were other company's in that year that put on massive gains as well.



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Hancocks
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In Reply To: plastic's post @ Feb 27 2015, 05:00 PM

I would not comment on the FMA investigating at all, to do so would be irresponsible. My post was an expression of total surprise at such an unfounded and nonsensical comment.

 

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In Reply To: Hancocks's post @ Feb 25 2015, 07:49 PM

From that we assume you know what the FMA are doing and not doing and that the rapid share price escalation in 2013/14 had nothing to do with dodgy brokers and fund managers.

Well, tomorrow a regular columnist in the Herald will get to tell his side of the story and spill the beans. Anything less will only fuel the fire.






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Hancocks
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In Reply To: plastic's post @ Feb 25 2015, 05:44 PM

REALLY? I MEAN REALLY, ARE YOU SERIOUS? - HAS YOUR CARE GIVER LEFT THE ROOM?

 
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Don't tell me this is PEB, ForBar and other dodgy dealer. Somehow, I just wouldn't be surprised if it was.

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A probe into alleged illegal share trading at high profile fund manager Milford has increased in scope to embrace two major stockbroking firms, sources say.

It is understood that investigators from the Financial Markets Authority demanded further records from Milford Asset Management and the brokers about 10 days ago.

The records are said to include emails and text messages.

Milford, manager of about $3 billion on behalf of KiwiSaver investors, the Super Fund and other institutions, outed itself as the subject of an FMA probe on February 9 after a crescendo of speculation in the market.

"The investigation concerns an individual trader employed by the firm and certain specific trades," it said.

The FMA has declined to comment on the investigation or its scope, but the stock exchange has confirmed it involves allegations of market manipulation.

The allegations have serious implications for a fund manager, including the potential for fund performance to be artificially boosted in order to garner performance fees and attract funds.

Milford has won numerous awards for its fund performance, including equities fund manager of the year five years in a row.

Market sources have said they understood the investigation had begun around August last year and initially involved a relatively small number of trades.

However, the investigation is believed to have extended to cover trading going back to December 2013, requiring analysis of a large quantity of trading data.

If evidence is discovered indicating share prices may have been manipulated, the FMA will want to find out how much brokers knew of the activity, sources say.

"This is a massive game of high stakes poker," said one.

Fund managers may use several broking firms to buy and sell shares for their portfolios.

Sources say Milford made particular use of two broking firms and also used a system known as Direct Market Access to place trading orders straight into the market.

There is nothing untoward about that arrangement, although it may make the investigation more complex.

Milford Asset Management has been approached for comment.







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Hancocks
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In Reply To: plastic's post @ May 15 2014, 04:33 PM

Possibly, but probably not. There are definitely going to be some great drugs and therapies on the market in the coming years, and with nano technology etc. it will be quite amazing what the drug manufacturers could come up with.

 
 


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