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A.C.N. 112 682 158 LIMITED11/05/201822/08/2018

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Tel : +61 (2) 8072 1400 or 1300 288 664 (within Australia)
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Company details

Address: Suite 23, 513 Hay Street Subiaco WA 6006
Tel:  +61 8 6143 6702Fax: +61 2 3640 4799

Date first listed: 19/12/2005
Company Secretary: Oonagh Malone
Sector: Energy Industry Group: XEJ
Activities: Coal mining, development and exploration

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name changed to Pure Foods Tasmania Limited


The suspension of trading in the securities of Bunji Corporation Limited will be lifted from the commencement of trading on Thursday, 30 April 2020, following its re-compliance with Chapters 1 and 2 of the ASX Listing Rules.


The company lodges the following: Appendix 1A, Appendix 1A Information Form and Checklist, Distribution Schedule, Top 20 Holders list, Constitution, Audited Accounts - 30 June 2018, Audited Accounts - 30 June 2019, Reviewed Accounts - 31 December 2019, Employee Securities Incentive Plan, Corporate Governance Statement - 31 January 2020, Securities Trading Policy.


The securities of Bunji Corporation Limited are expected to be reinstated to Official Quotation at the commencement of trading at approximately 10 AM AEST on Thursday, 30 April 2020, following its recompliance with Chapters 1 and 2 of the ASX Listing Rules. BCL raised $3.5 million pursuant to the offer under its prospectus dated 31 January 2020 by the issue of 17,500,000 shares at an issue price of $0.20 per share. BCL will resume trading under its current name and ASX code, but will be renamed Pure Foods Tasmania Limited and trade under the ASX code "PFT" at a later date to be advised to the market.


The company has completed the acquisition of 100% of the issued shares in Pure Foods Tasmania. The company's public offer has now completed.


All conditions precedent to the share sale agreements under which it will acquire all of the issued shares in Pure Foods Tasmania Pty Ltd have been satisfied. The company has received conditional approval from ASX to be reinstated to the Official List of ASX. The company has also closed its oversubscribed Public Offer pursuant to its prospectus dated 31 January 2020 raising $3.5 million.


we understand that on or about this date the company consolidated its shares 1 for 10


The company releases a notification of consolidation of its securities. Shareholders get 1 share for every 10 presently owned.


The company releases an ASIC Notification of Share Consolidation and Cancellation.


The public offer closed on 6 March with commitments received in exxcess of the maximum amount offered. The directors have determined to accept oversubscriptions in full, and as such the company will raise the full $3.5 million under the public offer. 46,043,213 shares held by certain shareholders will be cancelled. This cancellation is now complete.


The prospectus lodegd on 31 January 2020 contained a typographical error in section 5.1(a) of the prospectus with respect to the audited statement of financial position of the company contained in section 6 of the Investigating Accountant's Report. The company confirms this paragraph should read as "the audited Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2019 of the Company".


ASX has extended the company's delisting deadline to the commencement of trading on 1 May 2020. The extension was granted on the basis the company is in the final stages of completing a transaction under which it will acquire all of the issued shares in Pure Foods Tasmania Pty Ltd. Should the company's securities not be reinstated to quotation by the commencement of trading on 1 May 2020, ASX will immediately remove the company from the Official List from the open of trading on that day and no further extension will be granted.


The company issues a prospectus for an offer of 15,000,000 shares at an issue price of $0.20 each to raise $3,000,000 before costs (with the ability to accept oversubscriptions of up to an additional $500,000).


The company releases the results of its Otsana Nominees Meeting.


The company releases the results of its Annual General Meeting.


The company has entered into share sale agreements with all Pure Foods Tasmania shareholders to acquire 100% of the issued shares in PFT. The company's entry into share sale agreements with the remaining PFT shareholders holding the balance of 87.34% PFT shares satisfies a key condition precedent to the transaction.


The company releases the following: Appendix 4G 2017, Appendix 4G 2018 and Appendix 4G 2019.


The company releases a notification of consolidation. Shareholders will get 1 share for every 10 presently owned.


The Meeting of the Otsana Nominees will be held at 108 Outram Street, West Perth, Western Australia on 30 January 2020 at the later of the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting and 10.30am (AWST).


The Annual General Meeting of the company will be held at 108 Outram Street, West Perth on 30 January 2020 at 9.00am (AWST).


Bunji has entered into a share sale agreement with key shareholders of Pure Foods Tasmania to acquire 100% of the company. PFT owns and operates Tasmanian Pate, one of Australia's largest pate businesses, and Woodbridge Smokehouse, a boutique producer of ultra-premium Tasmanian smoked salmon and trout. Proven Board and management team with significant experience in the food and beverage sector will be appointed on completion of the transaction. Bunji will conduct a capital raising to raise a minimum of $3 million and relist on the ASX under the name "Pure Foods Tasmania Limited" and with PFT's portfolio of Tasmanian businesses, as well as a defined strategy for growth.


The company lodges its Half Year Financial Report to 31 December 2017, Annual Report 2017, Annual Report 2018, Half Year Financial Report to 31 December 2018 and Annual Report 2019.


The company has received consent of ASIC for a change in auditor from KPMG to BDO Audit. The primary reason for the Company seeking the consent of ASIC to the change in auditor is that Bunji is now based in Western Australia and it will be more efficient to utilise the services of a locally based auditor rather than an auditor based in Queensland. The details of the new auditor are: BDO Audit (WA) Pty Ltd 38 Station Street Subiaco, WA 6008.


Bunji is pleased to advise that all conditions to the DOCA have been satisfied or waived and the DOCA was effectuated on 23 August 2018, and control of the Company has passed to the newly appointed Directors. The Board will now actively seek new opportunities for the Company to acquire to facilitate the relisting of the Company on ASX.


name changed from A.C.N. 112 682 158 Limited



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Consolidations confirm failure

Shareholders often receive letters from their directors like this:

“We are pleased to announce that following shareholder approval received at the General Meeting we have completed a 50-for-1 share consolidation.  This consolidation will deliver a simplified and more efficient share capital base and reposition the stock for broader investor appeal.” 

More appropriately the letter from directors should be couched thus:

“We very much regret having to advise that for every fifty shares you once owned in BadlyManaged Limited, you now have one. This savage reduction reflects the underlying diminution in the value of your shares that has already taken place during our stewardship of BadlyManaged. If your shares are still worth anything it would be in your best interests to sell them now and invest the proceeds in a company in the ASX 200.”

Here is a classic:

If in 2006 you bought 50,000 shares in Antilles Oil and Gas NL (formerly Advance Energy Limited), they were worth $14,500 at the closing price of 29 cents on 2 June 2006. The value of your shareholding gradually dwindled and by May 2014 the shares were trading at a tenth of a cent and your 50,000 shares were worth about $50. In June 2014 the company completed a 1 for 60 consolidation. Your new holding of 834 shares traded around the three tenths of a cent mark and was worth in total about $3. A couple of months later the company again consolidated your shares 1 for 80.  Your new holding of 11 shares was and is worth nothing. (Editor)

07/01/2020 19:16:35

I invested $1000 a few years back with Cockatoo Coal. I think it was about 40,0000 shares at the time. I now have two shares and the total value of my share portfolio is 0.92 cents. What a joke!!!

How is this possible?????


03/01/2020 14:33:17

Is there a reason why this company has not provided any updates to shareholders for over 12 months? Surely there has been some progression or decisions for future operations. 

28/11/2019 15:00:52

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    Purchases Sales

    26/04/2012Andrew Lawson2,000,000$0.270$540,400
    26/04/2012Paul Chappell361,000$0.276$99,775

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    Directors & Executives (current)

    Malcolm McAullyNon Exec Chairman28/04/2020
    Michael CooperManaging Director28/04/2020
    Daniel GallCFO01/12/2016
    Ken FlemingNon Exec Director28/04/2020
    Alexander BeardNon Exec Director28/04/2020

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.

    Directors & Executives (former)

    Peter RichardsChairman, Independent Director15/01/201428/04/2020
    Andrew LawsonManaging Director19/12/201128/04/2020
    Robert YeatesIndependent Director25/07/200528/04/2020
    Scott ThompsonIndependent Director27/11/200928/04/2020
    Tim GazzardNon Exec Director19/12/201328/04/2020
    Damon BarberDirector12/03/201528/04/2020
    Shaun HardcastleDirector24/08/201828/04/2020
    Mark TomekDirector12/03/201528/04/2020
    Stephen MotteramDirector12/03/201528/04/2020
    Brian WyattDirector, CEO30/05/201628/04/2020
    Nicholas YoungDirector24/08/201828/04/2020
    Neil DharAlternate Director12/03/201528/04/2020
    Peter WoodsDirector24/08/201820/04/2020
    Brett GarlandCEO30/01/201708/05/2017
    Peter KaneCEO19/04/201527/05/2016
    William RandallAlternate Director22/01/201412/03/2015
    Rodney RustonIndependent Director15/01/201406/03/2015
    Henry ChoNon Exec Director19/12/201306/03/2015
    Mark LochtenbergExecutive Chairman28/01/200519/12/2013
    Peter NightingaleExecutive Director, CFO28/01/200519/12/2013
    Hans KimDirector24/10/201219/12/2013
    Paul ChappellDirector19/12/200519/12/2013
    Gillis BroinowskiDirector25/07/200519/12/2013
    Lindsay FlintDirector25/07/200519/12/2013
    Soocheol ShinDirector26/03/201213/08/2013
    Joo-Ok ChangDirector03/03/201030/10/2012
    Hak LeeDirector30/11/200624/10/2012
    Norman SeckoldExecutive Chairman28/01/200524/04/2012
    Sun WooDirector25/09/200726/03/2012
    Chris CookAlternate Director16/02/200631/10/2007

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.