New scheme and voting papers ON TIME

  • Anonymous
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Posted: Mon, 27/04/2009 - 16:57

It appears that the new SoA and explanatory statement and voting papers are to be sent out from IoM today, in accordance with the Court's most recent order and within the time limited for doing so. They should start arriving from tomorrow morning.

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  • Anonymous
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  • Tue, 28/04/2009 - 11:03

My EPS2 diary goes like this:

11 March .... phoned IOMT helpline (re my non-receipt of posted form). Was told forms were posted end Feb.
12 March ..... downloaded, completed, posted form to IoM.
27 March .... rec'd the (end of Feb posted) forms

I live in France (and local post-lady is very reliable).

Given the imminent various Bank Holidays / Public Holidays I shall be downloading and posting !!

[Suspect they'll get a bigger pile of white forms than blue, green, or red ones]

and if we don't get them in time?

  • Anonymous
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  • Tue, 28/04/2009 - 10:28

I'm sure I won't be the only one in preferring to download copies of the forms from the website and fill those out, than wait maybe indefinitely for them to wend their way overseas. But what then happens if they arrive on white paper, not colour-coded?

But what then happens if they arrive on white paper

  • Jerome.broke-in...
  • 14/10/08 14/07/09
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  • Tue, 28/04/2009 - 11:37

If you download from the KSFIOM site there is a large number overprinted on the form

1) Fully Protected Depositors
2) Part Protected Depositors
3) General Scheme Creditors

Colour-coded, also no good if you're colourblind

  • chris watson
  • 23/10/08 31/03/10
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  • Tue, 28/04/2009 - 10:53

I guess you can identify the proxy form on line by downloading the appropriate form corresponding to your creditor status.

There are 3 proxy forms downloadable:

  1. Fully Protected Depositors (those with under 50K)
  2. Partially Protected Depositors (those with over 50K)
  3. General scheme Creditors (e.g. bondholders).