Banksia investors in Kyabram and surrounding areas can now book their place to hear first-hand from receivers McGrathNicol.December 5, 2012 4:55am
Banksia investors in Kyabram and surrounding areas can now book their place to hear first-hand from receivers McGrathNicol.
The information session will take place at Kyabram P-12 College Hall, Fischer St, Kyabram on Friday, December 14 from 10
On November 14 the receiver said: ‘‘These locations have been chosen based on the spread and concentration of debenture holders with the aim of providing the most convenient location for as many debenture holders as pos-sible.’’However, after receiving a strong response from Kyabram-based investors a further statement issued on November 23 said an additional session would after all be held in Banksia’s Kyabram heartland.
On Monday, a spokesman for McGrathNicol confirmed bookings were now being taken for the Kyabram information session.
The spokesman said bookings were essential as a large crowd was expected and capacity at the hall would be limited.
‘‘We expect strong interest in Kyabram and Banksia debenture holders will obviously take priority,’’ he said.
To book a seat, Banksia investors need to phone the information hotline on 1800
Investors will be provided with the same information at all five sessions across the three venues.
McGrathNicol said last month the purpose of the sessions was to:
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