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CHEMEQ LIMITED (CMQ)

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Our website ranking of CMQ: rating 2
(2 out of 5)
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REGISTRY:
Computershare, Level 11, 172 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000
Tel : +61 (0)3 9415 4000 or 1300 850 505 (within Australia)
Fax : +61 3 9473 2500
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Company details

Address: Chemeq House , 3 Brodie Hall Drive , Technology Park , BENTLEY , WA, AUSTRALIA, 6102
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Company Secretary: Mr Brian Mangano, Mr Andrew Gunst, Joint Company Secretary
Sector: Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
Industry Group: XHJ
Activities: Developing, manufacturing and marketing its polymeric antimicrobial which replaces antibiotics for the control of disease causing bacteria in commercial animal production

the Company is taken, because of paragraph 446A(1)(c) to have passed a special resolution under s491 that the Company be wound up voluntarily.

04/02/2016

quoted from the new Chemeq Technologies website: "Chemeq Technologies grew out of Chemeq Ltd, a research driven company with 17 years experience developing polyalkanals - a revolutionary new class of anti-microbial with unique safety and efficacy profiles. The technology is protected by seven major international patents with more pending" - and we might ask - and what happened to the capital of the shareholders that supported that 17 years of research driven experience?

16/07/2013

delisted as the company did not pay to ASX Limited their annual listing fees in respect of the year ending 30 June 2012

29/08/2011

company signs a research agreement with Elanco

18/08/2010

company signs a manufacturing cooperation agreement with Arkema France

09/07/2009

the company's manufacturing facility has been sold for $15.25m - the remaining plant and equipment was also sold

10/02/2009

company executes a Deed of Company Arrangement

10/06/2008

administrator advises that the company has been granted 3 new European Union patents for its technology

02/06/2008

a loss declaration has been issued and the capital loss can therefore be claimed in the financial year the declaration is issued

26/05/2008

administrator advises that the reconvened second meeting of creditors need only be held by 10 May 2008

31/01/2008

at the Second Meeting of Creditors held today, creditors resolved to adjourn the meeting for a period not to exceed 60 days

13/12/2007

a Second Meeting of Creditors will be held on Thursday, 13 December 2007 at the office of KordaMentha, Level 11, 37 St Georges Terrace, Perth, Western Australia at 10:00am (WDST) - creditors are required to decide (by way of resolution) whether: 1. The Administration should end; or 2. The Company be placed into liquidation; or 3. The Company should execute a DOCA if a proposal is forthcoming. Creditors can also resolve to adjourn the meeting for a period not to exceed 60 days - the administrators recommendation is that it would be in creditors' interests for the meeting to be adjourned for a period not to exceed 60 days

06/12/2007

administrators advise it is now likely that the second meeting of creditors of the Company will be held on or before 14 December 2007 (unless a further extension is granted)

19/06/2007

administrators KordaMentha release a shareholder update which explains that they are not in a position to issue a loss declaration - in our view their release is potentially misleading because it fails to draw attention to the possibility shareholders have for crystallising their capital loss under Taxation Determination 2004/13

13/06/2007

the administrators intend relying on an ASIC Class Order to defer lodging and distributing certain reports

12/06/2007

company releases the Court of Appeal decision which upheld the earlier decision of the Supreme Court of Western Australia that the company has failed to meet the terms of the final milestone covenant set out in the Convertible Bonds Deed Poll - the final milestone covenant required Chemeq to achieve gross revenue from all sources of at least $4.0 million for the year ended 30 June 2006 - as a result of this decision, the Notices of Redemption previously issued by Stark Trading and its associates and Harmony Capital Partners require Chemeq to repay the $60.0 million face value of the convertible bonds forthwith - that led to the appointment of administrators yesterday

31/05/2007

securities suspended from quotation following the appointment of administrators (Brian McMaster and David Winterbottom of KordaMentha) - this occurred after an appeal to overturn a court ruling ordering the company repay $60 million to its creditors failed - administration never augurs well for shareholders - it will be a couple of months before the administrators issue a report

30/05/2007

Martin Jones, Andrew Saker and Darren Weaver of Ferrier Hodgson are appointed Receivers and Managers of Chemeq by its secured creditors - the company's assets are under the control of the Receivers and Managers

30/05/2007

shares reinstated to quotation

20/02/2007

the Court of Appeal in Western Australia today advised that the hearing of Chemeq Limited's appeal against an earlier Supreme Court decision that it had failed to meet the terms of the final milestone covenant set out in the Convertible Bonds Deed Poll will commence on Monday 12 March 2007

09/02/2007

shares suspended from quotation pending release of an announcement

05/02/2007

investigations into a possible Class Action are continuing

21/09/2006

we understand Maurice Blackburn Cashman are considering the possibility of taking representative proceedings against Chemeq in relation to breaches of the continuous disclosure rules (see note below)

27/07/2006

the company is fined $500,000 for breaches of the continuous disclosure rules - Chemeq failed to inform the market in 2003/04 of cost overuns on its factory at East Rockingham, nor did it tell the market that a US patent had been granted for a product - in the final analysis it is shareholders of course who suffer

25/07/2006

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    Directors & Executives (current)

    NAMETITLEDATE OF APPT
    John HopkinsNon Exec Chairman
    David WilliamsCEO, Executive Director
    Brian ManganoCFO
    Tony DaviesNon Exec Director
    Raymond SteffanoniNon Exec Director
    Graham MelroseNon Exec Director

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.

    Directors & Executives (former)

    NAMETITLEDATE OF APPOINTMENTDATE OF RESIGNATION

    Date of first appointment, title may have changed.