During the last presentation, we were told by the end of the Q. There is nothing on the CHMP agenda for Feb, it looks like LS will be up for discussion in March.
quantsbank. The filing states on each entity reporting that the aggregate amount of shares owned is 3,169,015. 3,169,015 is not 1/3 of the initial 10,563,381 common shares issues but equivalent to the precise number of commons shares equivalence for the warrants or .3 x 10,563,381. This is a joint filing for jointly owned shares.
Also under the ownership section in conclusively states:
"As of the close of business on December 31, 2013, each of the Reporting Persons may be deemed to have beneficial ownership of 3,169,015 shares of Common Stock, which consists of 3,169,015 shares of Common Stock issuable upon exercise or exchange of the Warrant, and all such shares of Common Stock represent beneficial ownership of approximately 2.3% of the Common Stock, based on (1) 134,345,483 shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding on November 5, 2013, as reported in the Form 10-Q filed by the Issuer on November 12, 2013, plus (2) 3,169,015 shares of Common Stock issuable upon exercise or exchange of the Warrant."
techread, Crede is under 100M. You can go back and look at their filings and deals. DDBUYER posted a summary of transactions showing potential holdings..check OTL 11/18 post "Everyone should read the full 10Q!". I think it accounts for 80M or so, and that's if they were still holding. NAVB would have put them over the top, but they sold 10.5M before the end of the Q, keeping them under the threshold. They may have sold other holdings as well.
quantsank. I disagree concerning Crede.. Crede owns only 3M in equivalent stock , simply because they own restricted warrants. In Q4, they sold all 10.5M shares of their common holding at market, immediately after they shares were acquired through their financing deal with Navidea. They single handedly destroyed long term shareholder value and it's yet to be determine if they will hold their warrants or stock equivalents when they become unrestricted March 24th.
That is true. There were definitely nice pickups in Q4. If this becomes a trend, we may finally start to see some appreciation and stabilization in the SP.
Crede's not considered an institution simply because of their total assets under management doesn't meet the required filing threshold.
when you consider full dilution, you also have to consider Platinum and Crede are holding much of those undiluted shares, so institutional holding probably increases on that basis.
How do you figure? After their form 3 filing in Nov, I assume they must file a form 4 with any change to their common holdings. Granted, the Form 13F seems to have reported more common than the Form 3, so something doesn't add up to me.