Posted Wednesday, November 9, 2005 10:10 PM | Contributed by coasterguts
Tigris Management, LLC, an investment management firm located in Concord, MA, announces that it will vote the shares of Six Flags, Inc. it controls directly or through its partners in favor of Red Zone's consent solicitation. The company feels Dan Snyder's plan can boost the value of the stock.
Six Flags, however, says they have no record of Tigris being a shareholder.
"While we appreciate the opinions of all our shareholders large and small, our fellow shareholders should be aware that the investment management firm Tigris Management, LLC, which earlier today announced its support of Red Zone's consent solicitation, does not appear on any list of Six Flags stockholders and there is no public information regarding Tigris's activities or its assets, if any, under management. The Company noted that Tigris asserted valuations for the company that greatly exceed any other published third-party forecasts."
Massachussetts has no record of a Tigris Management. A google search turns up nothing either.
*** This post was edited by MiLLeNNiUMRiDeR 11/9/2005 11:44:34 PM ***
Duh....ok....that makes sense.
Not just that...but who in the investment community f***ing cares what a guy who owns 0.0043% of the company thinks? This guy just wanted to get his name in the news.
*** This post was edited by redman822 11/10/2005 12:27:53 PM ***
Perhaps "Snyder" is now the one feeling a little desperate.
Maybe the guy needs to come up with a capital loss for this year's tax return. Or maybe he's Dan Snyder's houseboy.
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