This enables profitable relationships to be formed between inventors and a network of industrial and commercial counterparties who provide the commercial evaluation and exploitation of ideas. The filtration system also produces a regular flow of ideas that may be suitable for Newco formation in which the Company may invest.
The Company took the decision to delist from the Plus Market in 2010. The Company has established an alternative method for dealing in its ordinary shares. SVS Securities plc ("SVS") has agreed to provide an informal market for the Company's ordinary shares on a matched bargain basis. Under this facility, Shareholders or persons wishing to acquire ordinary shares will be able to leave an indication with SVS that they are prepared to buy or sell at an agreed price. If the order is able to be matched with an opposite buy or sell instruction a transaction may be effected. For more information please contact SVS' Corporate Broking Team by telephone on 0207 638 5600 or via the following email address:
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Trevor Baylis Brands plc
The Enterprise Centre (West Wing)
Spelthorne Borough Civic Offices
Knowle Green, Staines
Middlesex TW18 1XB
T: 05601 290240
Chief-Executive Officer: Mr. D. Bunting
Director: Mr. R. Fairall
Director: Ms. L. Miller
Non-Executive Chairman: Mr. A. Hindley
Share Fraud Warning
Shareholders should be aware that they may be approached by companies offering to purchase or transfer their shares at an unusually high valuation. Such a request may be accompanied by official looking documentation. The nature of the fraud is that the people involved request advance payment of "Transfer Insurance Premiums" or "Transaction Charges". Needless to say that following such advance payments no payment for shares is likely to appear. If in any doubt please call our office on 05601 290240.