As a small shareholder in Blancco Technology Group (BLTG) I reported on the events at their AGM in a previous blog post. This company had to restate their accounts following discovery that some of the previously recognised revenues were invalid. It calls into question the competence of the past audits of the company and the management of the business.
ShareSoc has now taken up the issues and has requested both the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to investigate what happened. See this press release that ShareSoc issued for more information: https://www.sharesoc.org/sharesoc-news/sharesoc-requests-investigation-affairs-blancco-technology-group/
Shareholders in this company have lost substantial capital as a result of the failure to recognise revenue correctly, a failing all too common in IT companies and which, for some reason, auditors seem unable to spot.
If you were or are a shareholder in Blancco, you can register your interest in this matter on the ShareSoc web site so that you are informed of future news.
Roger Lawson (Twitter: https://twitter.com/RogerWLawson )
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