Investors in C&B may have noticed that on the CoBo blog, Liam Collins invites them to a meeting in London, at which he will address any 'relevant' questions. He continues, referring now to this Blog,
"If the aim of the blog is to protect others from investing then there is no need. We have not and will not seek further investment. Most people appreciate that this was a property business which has failed in the worst recession in a generation. Some 120 businesses each day are forced down the same route. We wholeheartedly agree that questions must be answered, because money was invested in good faith. It must also be remembered that by far the biggest losers in this business are Liam Collins and David Bone."
We reproduce that last sentence here, so that its full significance will not be lost on people who have seen their investments disappear without trace into the seemingly inscrutable business affairs of Collins & Bone:
"It must also be remembered that by far the biggest losers in this business are Liam Collins and David Bone."
We ask readers to allow that sentence to sink in. Considering all the investors who have lost out, including those who put retirement money into C&B, this is an outrageous statement, which reveals that in all this affair, their concern is entirely with themselves. So puffed up with self-importance are these two that they seem confident that they can convince anyone of anything.