Friday, 22 June 2012
1855 Assemblée Générale (AG): how long will Jean-Pierre Meyers continue to support these crooks?
The spirit of Charles Ponzi will be at 1855's Assemblée Générale today
1855 will hold its AGM for its shareholders today at the Hotel Ibis Ledru Rollin close to the Gare du Lyon in Paris – starting time 10.30h.
It would be good to think that they will take this opportunity to demand that Emeric Sauty de Chalon and Fabien Hyon start running 1855 and its associated companies – Cavée Privée and Châteauonline – as proper businesses and cease to defraud their customers by failing to supply the wines, especially Bordeaux en primeur, ordered. That they will also ask how many hundreds of court cases 1855 is currently facing.
Will they ask about the latest mention of 1855 in La Revue du Vin de France?
They might also ask these internet geniuses why share information for investors isn't updated. They manage to change to the date but not the share price nor the company valuation nor the number of shares. Come Fabien Hyon get yourself organised!
1855's version of their share price etc 0.07€ a share
The reality: 0.04€ a share
I fancy the chances of the investors asking pressing questions are as probably as slim as the Bordelais, apart from a few honorable exceptions, having the courage to condemn 1855 and warn people not to deal with them.
No my guess is that the most pressing concern for Emeric Sauty de Chalon, Fabien Hyon and the investors is how much longer will Jean-Pierre Meyers be prepared to support this scam. When will he decide that the damage his association with 1855 does to his reputation as one of France's most prominent businessmen is too great? What I wonder do Jean-Pierre Meyers' fellow directors at L'Oréal and Nestlé make of his support for 1855?
Emeric Sauty de Chalon's amended invitation to 1855 investors:
'Batir la première arnaque mondiale dans la vente de grands vins'